SLCC Articulation: Manufacturing Engineering Technology:
Product Operations & Control

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
MCCT 1600 1600  CNC Machine Theory and Lab (MCCT 1610 coreq) 3

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 Production Operations & Control Emphasis

Complete the Following Courses and/or Equivalents at WSU

Semester 1

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
DET 3100 Tool Design  3
MFET 3340 Applied Fluid Power 2
MFET 3340L Applied Fluid Power Lab 1
MFET 3350 Plastic & Composite Manufacturing  2
MFET 3350L Plastic & Composite Manufacturing Lab 2
MFET 3550 Manufacturing Supervision  3
Incorporate Technical Electives

Semester 2

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
MFET 3710 Computer Aided Manufacturing & Rapid Prototyping 2
MFET 3710L Computer Aided Manufacturing & Rapid Prototyping Lab 1
MFET 3810 Statistical Process Control & Reliability  3
MFET 3910 Six Sigma Methods & Tools in Manufacturing 4
MFET 4580 Process Automation 1
MFET 4580L Process Automation Lab 2
Incorporate Technical Electives

Semester 3

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
MFET 4590 Production Planning & Process Control 3
MFET 4610 Senior Project Planning & Estimating 3
MFET 4610L Senior Project Lab I 2
MFET 4620L Senior Project Lab II 2
Incorporate Technical Electives

Semester 4

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
MFET 4995 Certified Manufacturing Technologist (CMfgT) Exam Review 1
MET 3150 Engineering Technology Materials  3
MFET 3400 Machine Design  3
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  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 Dimension & Tolerance (1040 prereq)   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
See Weber advisor       MFET 1150 Pre-Professional Seminar in Manufacturing 1
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 & Metal Forming, Casting and Welding 2
and EDDT 2350  Manufacturing Processes Lab (EDDT 2340 coreq)   1 2150L    
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
MCCT 1600  CNC Machine Theory and Lab (MCCT 1610 coreq)   3 MFET 2440 & CNC in Manufacturing/Lab 3
        2440L    
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
 
Rick Orr
Phone:   1-801-626-7514
E-mail: rworr@weber.edu
Website:  https://www.weber.edu/et