A graduate of this program should be able to:
- Produce detail, sub-assembly, and full-assembly engineering drawings utilizing manual and computer-aided drafting techniques.
- Recognize and apply the ASME Y14.5 guidelines in the creation of engineeringbdrawings.
- Utilize ASME Y14.5 geometric dimensioning and tolerancing guidelines for establishing and maintaining the functional fit of mating parts.
- Apply industrial practices in the design and fabrication of sheet-metal components, welded assemblies, and piping systems.
- Analyze and design mechanical parts and systems for static and dynamic loading conditions.
- Apply engineering principles for determining the effects of stationary and moving fluids and the control and transformation of energy.
- Understand how to design manufacturing tooling for locating, clamping, forming, piercing, blanking, and/or shaping a given part.
- Employ structured programming techniques and utilize computer software tools to design and analyze mechanical parts or systems.
- Select and apply engineering materials for use in the design and manufacture of mechanical components.
- Analyze and design machine elements such as gears, shafts, bearings, clutches, brakes, flywheels, and related assemblies.
- Apply these acquired problem solving skills to analyze, design, and construct engineering prototypes.