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Bachelor of Science inMechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology


Engineering Technology Graduates use the principles of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve problems in research, product development, manufacturing, marketing, technical sales, service, and maintenance. Their role is vital, and as society becomes ever more dependent upon technology, the need for those experienced in engineering technology will also increase. In fact, the U.S. Department of Labor expects overall employment in the engineering technology field to grow, and graduates have a wide variety of career options.


My experience at Lawrence Tech was a good one right from the beginning. I was impressed with the faculty’s dedication and helpfulness. Earning my degree increased my marketability in the professional world.

Robert Garlinski, BSET’05




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The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology provides a strong foundation in mechanical, manufacturing, and electrical engineering technologies. It is a unique program that has three clusters of courses: Engineering Technology (includes manufacturing processes, engineering mechanics, transducers and instrumentation); Manufacturing Quality (includes Six Sigma, lean manufacturing); and Technical Management (includes engineering project management, operations management). 

Besides being an ABET accredited program, the program is also accredited by the Council for Six Sigma Certification (CSSC) to offer a unique opportunity for the enrolled students to become Six Sigma certified at the Black Belt level as they are pursuing their degree.

Graduates of engineering technology, engineering, and sciences are instrumental in product development, building or testing equipment, preparing and conducting experiments, analyzing results, or building prototype versions of newly designed products and equipment, or in research. Others work in quality control – inspecting products and processes.

Program Educational Objectives are: Within a few years, BSMMET graduates will be able to: 

  1. Employ theory and practice learned through their curriculum to propose solutions to technical problems, analyze engineering alternatives and perform critical tasks in their field. 
  2. Become effective team collaborators, leaders and innovators, supporting efforts to address technical, business and social challenges.
  3. Assume management, entrepreneurial, and leadership roles in manufacturing, product development, and related industries.
  4. Engage in life-long learning through professional development opportunities and graduate programs in engineering and business. 

Student Outcomes

To enable graduates to achieve the Program Educational Objectives and in accordance to ABET Student Outcomes recommendations, American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME), and the Society of Manufacturing Engineering (SME), the program empowers our students with a specific set of skills and knowledge. Students graduating from this program must have obtained the following outcomes:


  1. Apply principles of Geometric Dimensioning, Tolerancing, computer aided drafting and design
  2. Select, set-up, and calibrate instrumentations
  3. Use Solid Mechanics, Statics and Dynamics in Mechanical system design needs
  4. Solve problems in Differential and Integral Calculus
  5. Apply Materials Science, Select and measure Strength of Materials
  6. Analyze Manufacturing Processes and Systems
  7. Apply Principles of Thermal Sciences
  8. Evaluate Currents and analyze Electrical Circuits and Control
  9. Follow up Product Design, Tooling & Assembly Processes
  10. Perform Quality analysis, Continuous Improvement, and Industrial Management procedures
  11. Communicate technically and efficiently in engineering presentations and reports

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Curriculum

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology Flowchart 2020-21 PDF 

Equivalent classes from an associate or Ontario diploma program are evaluated and transferred into the program during the admission process.

127 credit-hour program consists of:

First Semester

Course # Subject Cr. Hrs.
COM 1103 College Composition 3
MCS 1074 Precalculus 4
CHM 1154 Intro to Chem Principles 4
TKL XXX3 Technical Elective 3
 SSC 2303 Princ. Of Econ. 3
   TOTAL 17

Second Semester

Course # Subject Cr. Hrs.
COM 2103 Technical and Prof. Communication 3
LLT 1213 World Masterpieces 1 3
MCS 1414 Calculus 1 4
PHY 2213 College Physics 1 3
PHY 2221 College Physics 1 Lab 1
TME 2003 Comp Aided Analysis 3
   TOTAL 17

First Semester

Course # Subject Cr. Hrs.
MGT 2203 Principles of Management 3
SSC 2413 Foundations of American Experience 3
PHY 2223 College Physics 2 3
PHY 2231 College Physics 2 Lab 1
TKL XXX3 Technical Elective 3
   TOTAL 13

Second Semester

Course # Subject Cr. Hrs.
LLT 1223 World Masterpieces 2 3
SSC 2423 Devel. of the Amer. Exper. 3
TEE 3103 DC/AC Circuits 3
TME 3113 Engr Mech. 3
TKL XXX3 Technical Elective 3
   TOTAL 15

First Semester

Course # Subject Cr. Hrs.
EGE 3022 Ldr Pof Dev for Engineering 2
MGT 3113 Operations Management 3
TME 3333 Six Sigma 1 3
TIE 3163 Engr. Economic Analysis 3
TIE 3063 Manufacturing Engr. Processes 3
   TOTAL 14

Second Semester

Course # Subject Cr. Hrs.
LLT/SSC/PSY XXX3 Junior/Senior Elective 3
HRM 3/4XX3 Human res. Management 3
MCS 3324 Appl Calc & Diff Equations 4
TME 4103 Engr Mat 3
TME 4343 Six Sigma 2 3
   TOTAL 16

First Semester

Course # Subject Cr. Hrs.
TIE 3203 Technology Project Management 3
TME 3204 Appl. Thermo-Fluids 4
XXX3 Gen. Elective 3
TEE 4224 Transducers and Instr. 4
TKL XXX3 Technical Elective 3
   TOTAL 17

Second Semester

Course # Subject Cr. Hrs.
TIE 4115 Senior Project 5
TME 4113 Computer Design Graphics 3
TME 4413 Lean Manufacturing 3
TEE 4214 Embedded Processors 4
TKL XXX3 Technical Elective 3
   TOTAL 18

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True to Lawrence Tech’s unique blend of theory and practice, Mechanical Engineering students are encouraged to take part in internships or cooperative education (co-op). This opportunity provides hands-on, practical engineering experience that is a distinct advantage when approaching future employers.

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The Mechanical + Manufacturing Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET

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