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Spring 2019 Catalog 
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ME 298 - Mechanical Engineering Technology Internship or Technical Elective

Credit Hours: 3

This internship is designed to provide realistic, hands-on training by companies in the field of mechanical engineering technology. This work experience, along with the academic program, will enable the students to prepare for entrance into a competitive work environment. Additionally, the internship experience will create potential employment opportunities and a bond between the student, the college and the engineering technology community.

Course Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • function effectively on teams;
  • communicate effectively; utilize oral/written skills to communicate effectively in an engineering technology workplace; develop communicative skills essential for procuring a position, including resume, interview and related communications; understand the communication process and its roles in interpersonal communication and written correspondence;
  • complete a job application package (cover letter, resume, etc.) and demonstrate effective job search and interview skills;
  • recognize the need for, and an ability to engage in lifelong learning;
  • understand professional ethical and social responsibilities;
  • appreciate the respect for diversity and acknowledge contemporary professional, societal and global issues;
  • commit to quality, timeliness and continuous improvement;
  • apply basic mechanical engineering technology skills on the job; assist engineers, technologists, and technicians in the performance of various assignments which may involve fluid power, instrumentation, thermodynamics, electric machine systems, and machine design;
  • demonstrate effective use of time and ability to manage stress; and
  • identify and utilize effective human relation skills; demonstrate ability to accept and utilize constructive criticism to improve performance in the workplace; demonstrate ability to assess his/her job performance and personal habits as they relate to the workplace.

Prerequisites: 2.0 GPA minimum, 21 MET credit hours minimum and MET faculty recommendations.
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