May 23, 2024  
Fall 2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
Fall 2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology, BSET

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Help shape the future. Start your career in the high demand, highly rewarding field of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology (ENGT). ETAC-ABET accredited and housed in the Department of Engineering Technologies, ENGT combines relevant contemporary theories with a strong foundation in mathematics and science to prepare technical managers for exciting and in-demand careers such as process engineer, manufacturing engineer, quality engineer, and plant manager, among others.

ENGT uses your abilities to help create the systems of the future. Contemporary design methodologies and hands-on skills apply knowledge to real-world problems and projects for a professional preparation focused on leadership and technical management in the global marketplace. Two focus areas blend core foundational knowledge of mechanical design and manufacturing strategies for technological managers focused on design of components and machines, organization competitiveness, production methods, and improvement for the future.

BG Perspective (BGP) Requirements

Must complete at least 1 course in each of the following:

   English Composition and Oral Communication
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   Quantitative Literacy
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Must Complete at least 2 courses in each of the following:

   Humanities and the Arts
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   Natural Sciences - at least one Lab Science required
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   Social and Behavioral Sciences
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   _____________________________    ________                                                                        

Complete total required BGP credit hours by selecting courses from any of the above categories:

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University Requirements

Designated courses in Humanities and the Arts and the Social and Behavioral Sciences domains may be used to fulfill both the BGP requirement and one of the following university requirements:

Cultural Diversity in the US    ____________
International Perspective       ____________

Composition Requirement:
WRIT 1120                              

Total BGP Credits: Must be at least 36                      

Courses Required for Major

Other Required Courses

Total Minimum Program Hours: 122

Matriculation courses are shown in bold print.

** These courses may be used to meet BG Perspective requirements, but hours are counted only once.

*** Consider taking courses from technical areas (for example, ENGT, QS, ECET, ROBO, CS, etc.). TECH 4890  can ne used as an elective. Non-technical electives may be used upon advisement.

## QS courses are offered online only.
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College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering General Information for all students in the College

In addition to completing all requirements, students are responsible for:


Full admittance to a major in a College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering program will become effective when a student has:

  1. Attained an overall BGSU grade point average of at least 2.25 for all courses taken prior to applying for matriculation and a 2.5 in courses in the major;
  2. Completed a cooperative education experience-TECH 2890  (Aviation Studies, Architecture, LDT and QS majors are exempt from this requirement);
  3. Completed with a grade of “C” or better in all bold courses , as specified on program checksheets;
  4. Applied for matriculation. Applications are available from the Undergraduate Student Services Office.

The steps listed above must be completed before students will be permitted to register for 3000- and 4000-level courses in the College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering.


All students in the College are required to complete 2 or 3 co-ops, depending on your major. THIS IS A COURSE. It carries credit and is graded. It is full time (40 hrs/week) for the entire semester or part-time (20 hrs/week) for two consecutive semesters, paid and must be directly related to your major. All students MUST complete the Co-op Orientation.


Official University email accounts are required for all BGSU students. Official BGSU email addresses are in the form: BGSUusername@ At the time of admission or initial registration, all students will receive a email account. Students may anticipate that official University correspondence will be sent to this email account and they should access BGSU email on a regular and timely basis. All correspondence from Undergradute Student Services will be sent to your BGSU email.


The checksheet should be used in conjunction with the degree audit and advising to track progress toward degree completion.

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