SLCC Articulation: Manufacturing Engineering Technology: Welding

Accepted Courses from SLCC to Weber State University

Salt Lake Community College

Manufacturing Engineering Technology Prerequisites

Complete the Following Courses and/or Equivalents at SLCC

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing 3
ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing 3
COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communications  3
ECON 1010 Economics as a Social Science  3
CIS  1020 Computer Essentials  3

Complete the Following Courses

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
EDDT 1010 *Technical Drafting I† 3
EDDT 2600 *Modeling with SolidWorks (1010 Prereq)† 3
or
MEEN 1000 *Intro to Design In Engr Systems (MEEN 1005 coreq) 3
EDDT 1200 Technical Drafting II (1010 and 1100 prereq)† 4
EDDT 2540 Geometric Dim & Tolerancing (1040 prereq)† 2
EDDT 2700 Advanced SolidWorks 2
EET 1140 AC and DC Circuits 4
MCCT 1500 Manual Machining and Lab (MCCT 1510 coreq) 3
EDDT 2340 Manufacturing Processes (EDDT 2350 coreq)† 2
EDDT 2350 Manufacturing Processes Lab (EDDT 2340 coreq)† 1
WLD 1005 Related Welding† 3
EDDT 2160 *Statics &Strength of Materials 5
or
ENGR 2140 *Strength of Materials† 2
ENGR 2010 *Statics† 3
MATH 1040 Intro to Statistics 3
WLD 1230 Gas Shield Weld Inspection† 3
WLD 1231 Gas Shield Weld Inspection Lab† 7
WLD 1240 Flux Core, Pipe Fabrication† 3
WLD 1241 Flux Core, Pipe Fabrication Lab† 7

Select 1 Course from the Following

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
ECON 1740 ECON History of US 3
HIST 1700 American Civilization  3
POLS 1100 US GOVT & Politics  3

Complete the Following Courses

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
MATH 1080 Pre-Calculus (or MATH 1050 AND 1060 5
MATH 1210 Calculus I 4

Complete the Following Courses

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry  4
CHEM 1115 Elementary Chemistry Lab 1
PHY 2010 *College Physics I 4
PHY 2015 *College Physics I Lab 1
or
PHY 2210 *Physics for Sci & Engr I 4
PHY 2215 *Physics for Sci & Engr I Lab 1

Select 1 Course from the Following Areas (1 must also be a Diversity-DV-course)

Course Credit Hours
Fine Arts (FA) Dance 1010 recommended (Fulfills DV) 3-4
Humanities (HU) Comm 2110 Fufills this requirement 3
Interdisciplinary (ID) 3
Social Science (SS) 3
Life Science (LS) 3
Lifelong Wellness (LW) 1

*Symbolize courses that have more than one option

† Symbolize courses that have and option

Minimum credits required for AA/AS: 60+

Please consult with your SLCC Advisor for any additional required/elective credits needed to fulfill all necessary requirements for an AS Degree. 

Weber State University

Bachelors of Manufacturing Engineering Technology Program

Manufacturing Engineering Technology Welding Emphasis 

Complete the Following Courses and/or Equivalents at WSU

Semester 1

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
MFET 3060 Codes, Weld Inspection, & Quality Assurance 3
MFET 3550 Manufacturing Supervision 3
MFET 3630 Fusion Joining and Brazing Processes 2
MFET 3630L Fusion Joining and Brazing Processes Lab 1
Incorporate Technical Electives 

Semester 2

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
MFET 3750 Welding Metallurgy I 2
MFET 3750L Welding Metallurgy I Lab 1
MFET 3760 Welding Metallurgy II 2
MFET 3760L Welding Metallurgy II Lab  1
MFET 3810 Statistical Process Control & Reliability  3
MFET 3820 Nondestructive Testing  3
Incorporate Technical Electives 

Semester 3

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
MFET 3910 Six Sigma Methods & Tools in Manufacturing 4
MFET 4090 Welding Power Sources  2
MFET 4315 Welding Robotics 2
MFET 4580 Process Automation  1
MFET 4580L Process Automation Lab 2
Incorporate Technical Electives 

Semester 4

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
MFET 4590 Planning & Process Control 3
MFET 4610 Senior Project Planning & Estimating  3
MFET 4610L Senior Project Lab 2
MFET 4620L Senior Project Lab 2
MFET 4995 Certified Manufacturing Technologist (CMfgT) Exam Review 1
Incorporate Technical Electives 

Please consult with your WSU Advisor regarding additional required/elective credits needed to fulfill all necessary requirements for a BS Degree.

Source Credit Hours
Transfer Credits from SLCC 60+
Total SLCC & WSU Credits  120+

 

SLCC to WSU Credit Conversion Chart

SLCC WSU
EDDT 1010 1010 Technical Drafting I 3 DET 1010 Intro to Engineering & Technical Design 3
and EDDT 2600 Modeling with Solidworks (1010 prereq) 3
or MEEN 1000 Intro to Design In Engr Systems (MEEN 1005 coreq) 3 DET 1010 Intro to Engineering & Technical Design  
EDDT 1200 Technical Drafting II (1010 and 1100 prereq) 4 DET 1160 Geo Dimension & Tolerance using 3D CAD 3
and EDDT 2540 Geometric Dim & Tolerancing  2
EDDT 2700 Advanced Solidworks 2 DET 2460 Product Design Fundamentals 3D CAD 3
             
EET 1140 AC and DC Circuits 4 EET 1850 Industrial Electronics 4
  Geometric Dimension & Tolerance (1040 prereq)          
MCCT 1500 Manual Machining and Lab (MCCT 1510 coreq) 3 MFET 1210 Machining Principles 3
EDDT 2340 Manufacturing Processes (EDDT 2350 coreq) 2 MFET 2150 & 2150L Metal Forming, Casting and Welding 2
and EDDT 2350 Manufacturing Processes Lab (EDDT 2340 coreq) 1
and WLD 1005 Related Welding 3
EDDT 2160 Statics and Strength of Matls 5 MFET 2300 Statics and Strength of Materials 5
or ENGR 2140 Strength of Materials 2 MFET 2300 Statics and Strength of Materials 5
and ENGR 2010 Statics 3
MATH 1040 Intro to Statistics 3 MFET 2410 Quality Concepts & Statistical Applications 3
WLD 1230 Gas Shield Weld Inspection 3 MFET 2670 & 2670L GMA, FCA, and GTA Weld/Lab (rqd for BS) 3
and WLD 1231 Gas Shield Weld Inspection Lab 7
and WLD 1240 Flux Core, Pipe Fabrication 3
and WLD 1241 Flux Core, Pipe Fabrication Lab 7
             
CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry and Lab 5 CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry and Lab 5
COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication 3 COMM 2110 Interpersonal & Small Group Comm. 3
ECON 1010 Economics as a Social Science 3 ECON 1010 Economics as a Social Science 3
MATH 1080 Pre-Calculus (or MATH 1050 AND 1060) 5 MATH 1080 Pre-Calculus (or MATH 1050 AND 1060) 5
MATH 1210 Calculus I 4 MATH 1210 Calculus I 4
PHYS 2010 College Physics I and Lab or 5 PHYS 2010 College Physics I and Lab or 5
or PHYS 2210 Physics for Scientist and Engineers I and Lab 5 or PHYS 2210 Physics for Scientist and Engineers I and Lab 5

This is only a recommended transfer articulation guide and should only be used as such. To avoid mis-advisement please consult with both your SLCC & WSU Advisor for further information.

Contact us for more information

College of Applied Science & Technology
Phone:  1-801-626-6305
E-mail: wendibirch@weber.edu

 

Contact your Advisor

Pat DeJong
Phone:   1-801-626-6318
E-mail: patriciadejong@weber.edu
Website:  https://www.weber.edu/et
 
Mark Baugh
Phone:   1-801-626-7540
E-mail: mbaugh@weber.edu
Website:  https://www.weber.edu/et