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Mechanical Engineering Technology - Nuclear Systems Concentration (Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology) Sample Online Curriculum

This degree program is designed for military servicemembers or veterans who have completed U.S. Navy Nuclear Power School.

The sample course of study below is based on the 2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog. This is not an official advising document. All efforts have been made to provide accurate program information. However, this information is subject to change by the department.

This is a degree completion program, which means you should already have college credits or military training that satisfies the lower division coursework.

Our online enrollment coordinators can provide a free unofficial transfer evaluation before you apply to ODU. Official review of your transcripts happens when you apply to and are admitted to ODU.

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Lower Division General Education and Departmental Requirements

The courses below are department-specific requirements. Several lower division requirements are satisfied through completion of Naval Power School. Additional lower division general education courses may be required to complete this program.

Old Dominion University CourseCreditsNotes
GEN ED. (DEPT) Written Communication3ENGL 110C
GEN ED. (DEPT) Written Comm. Skills3ENGL 211C
GEN ED. (DEPT) Oral Communication3COMM 101R
GEN ED. (DEPT) Mathematical Skills (MATH 162M)3Satisfied through completion of Naval Power School
(DEPT) MATH 163 Precalculus II3Satisfied through completion of Naval Power School
(DEPT) MATH 211 Calculus I4
GEN ED. (DEPT) Nature of Science (PHYS 111N)4Satisfied through completion of Naval Power School
GEN ED. (DEPT) Nature of Science (PHYS 112N)4Satisfied through completion of Naval Power School
DEPT. CHEM 121N/122N Foundations of Chemistry I4Satisfied through completion of Naval Power School
DEPT. ENGN 110 Intro Engin or ENGT111 Info Literacy & Research2Satisfied through completion of Naval Power School
DEPT. CET 200 Statics3
DEPT. CET 220 Strength of Materials3
DEPT. MET 120 Computer-Aided Drafting3
DEPT. MET 200 Manufacturing Processes3Satisfied through completion of Naval Power School
DEPT. MET 225 Material Science Laboratory1
DEPT. MET 240 Computer Solid Modeling3
DEPT. STEM 221 or 231 Industrial Materials3Satisfied through completion of Naval Power School

Upper Division Departmental Requirements

This program requires a minor in engineering or sciences.

Old Dominion University CourseCreditsNotes
ENGT 305 Advanced Technical Analysis3Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 211
EET 350 Fundamentals of Electrical Tech3Naval Power School Satisfied for ET rating
EET 355 Electrical Laboratory1
ENGN 401 FE Review1Satisfied through completion of Naval Power School
ENMA 480 Ethical Leadership in Engineering Applications3
MET 300 Thermodynamics3Satisfied through completion of Naval Power School
MET 310 Dynamics3
MET 320 Design of Machine Elements3
MET 330 Fluid Mechanics3Naval Power School Satisfied for MM rating
MET 335W Fluid Mechanics Laboratory1
MET 350 Thermal Applications3
MET 370 Automation & Controls3
MET 386 Automation & Controls Laboratory1
MET 387 Power & Energy Laboratory2Satisfied through completion of Naval Power School
MET senior electives12Four 400-level MET courses. Two courses (6 credits) are satisfied through completion of Naval Power School.
ENGT 434 Introduction to Senior Project1
ENGT 435W Senior Project3

View All Course Descriptions in ODU's Undergraduate Catalog

 

This bachelor's degree requires a minimum of 127 credit hours total.

To complete this degree at ODU as a transfer, a minimum of 30 credit hours must be earned at ODU.

 

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