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Credit Certificates – Academic Milestones

A certificate program is a sequence of credit classes that provides the student with core competencies in a specific area.

Degree Certificates

Credits in these certificates are applied towards the 2EET or 2MET degrees.

Mechanical Engineering Technology Certificate I (15 credits)

  • Introduction to Engineering Design (EDSGN 100)
  • Spatial Analysis and Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) (EG T 114)
  • Production Design (IET 215) 
  • Production Design Laboratory (IET 216)
  • Mechanical Systems (MET 105)
  • Intermediate Algebra* (MATH 004)
    OR
  • College Algebra I* (MATH 021)
    OR
  • College Algebra II and Analytic Geometry (MATH 022)

In addition to the courses in the Mechanical Engineering Technology Certificate I, the courses listed below are needed for 2MET associate degree.

  • Electrical Systems (EET 105)
  • Plane Trigonometry (MATH 026)
  • Rhetoric and Composition (ENGL 015)
  • Digital Electronics (CMPET 117)
  • Digital Electronics Lab (CMPET 120)
  • Mechanics for Technology: Statics (MCHT 111)
  • Statics Laboratory (MCHT 112)
  • College Algebra II and Analytic Geometry (MATH 022)
  • Effective Speech (CAS 100)
  • Social and Behavioral Science (GS)
  • Strength and Properties of Materials (MCHT 213)
  • Dynamics and Machine Elements (MET 206)
  • Ethics and the Design of Technology (GH) (STS 233)
  • Art (GA)
  • Technical Physics I (GN) (PHYS 150)
  • Machine Design (MET 210W)
  • Advanced CAD (EGT 201)
  • Technical Physics II (GN) (PHYS 151)

Electrical Engineering Technology Certificate I (15–16 credits)

  • Electrical Systems (EET 105)
  • Digital Electronics (CMPET 117)
  • Digital Electronics Lab (1) (CMPET 120)
  • Mechanical Systems (MET 105)
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (2) (EET 220)
    OR
  • Introduction to Programmable Logic Controls (EET 275)
  • Intermediate Algebra* (MATH 004)
    OR
  • College Algebra I* (MATH 021)
    OR
  • College Algebra II and Analytic Geometry (MATH 022)

In addition to the courses in the Electrical Engineering Technology Certificate I, the courses listed below are needed for 2EET associate degree.

  • Introduction to Engineering Design (EDSGN 100)
  • Plane Trigonometry (MATH 026)
  • Rhetoric and Composition (ENGL 015)
  • Mechanics for Technology: Statics (MCHT 111)
  • Statics Laboratory (MCHT 112)
  • College Algebra II and Analytic Geometry (MATH 022)
  • Effective Speech (CAS 100)
  • Art (GA)
  • Electrical Circuits II (EET 114)
  • Electrical Circuits Laboratory II (EET 118)
  • Op Amp and Integrated Circuits Electronics (EET 212W)
  • Technical Physics I (PHYS 150)
  • Ethics and the Design of Technology (GH) (STS 233)
  • Embedded Processors and DSP (CMPET 211)
  • Computerized I/O (EMET 230)
  • Electrical Machines and Energy Conversion (EET 214)
  • Electric Machines and Energy Conversion Lab (EET 215)
  • Technical Physics II (GN) (PHYS 151)
  • Social and Behavioral Science (GS)

Advanced Industrial Certificates

The courses in these certificates are not required for the 2EET or 2MET degrees, but offer the student additional knowledge that aligns with ArcelorMittal knowledge and skill expectations for the Steelworker for the Future program. Some courses may apply towards a bachelor’s degree.

Advanced Industrial Mechanical Certificate 

  • Programmable Logic Controllers I (EET 275)
  • Electrical Machines and Energy Conversion (EET 214)
  • Electric  Machines  and Energy Conversion Laboratory (EET 215)
  • Quality Control, Inspection and Design (EMET 350)
  • Graphic Communications (ET 200)
  • Personal and Occupational Safety (C E 254)
  • Fluid Power (MET 432)
  • Statistical Quality Control (IET 308)

Advanced Industrial Electrical Certificate

  • Machine Design (MET 210W)
  • Measurement Theory and Instrumentation (EMET 330)
  • Programmable Logic Controllers II (EMET 430)
  • Quality Control, Inspection and Design (EMET 350)
  • Graphic Communications (ET 200)
  • Personal and Occupational Safety (C E 254)
  • Fluid Power (MET 432)
  • Statistical Quality Control (IET 308)

*Math level is based on college placement test through Advising and Career Development.