The Calibration Engineering Technology program encompasses a spectrum of technologies dealing with calibration and metrology. The program has a core of 24 credits that gives a solid base for many careers in the manufacturing field. Classes include electronics, computer controls, fluid power, and calibration, just to name a few. This program participates in Tech Prep College Credit partnerships.
Course Outline
Required Courses
(26 Courses)
Course Title Credits
CST 1001 Solving Computer Problems
DRFT 1503 Interpreting Engineering Drawings
ENGT 1203 Control Systems I
ENGT 1221 Process Controls I
GSCI 1303 Introduction to Computers
GSWS 1451 First Aid/Safety
MSET 1803 Metrology Overview
MSET 1804 Introduction to Physical Metrology
MSET 1805 Intro to Dimensional Metrology
MSET 1806 Basic Electrical Metrology
MSET 1814 Basic Electronics
MSET 1815 DC Circuits
MSET 1816 AC Circuits
MSET 1817 Transistor Fundamentals
MSET 2717 Hardness Testing/Surface Finish
MSET 2718 CMM Optical Comparators
MSET 2724 Flow/Viscosity
MSET 2763 Micrometers/Gage Blocks
MSET 2781 Force/Pressure Systems
MSET 2783 Temperature/Humidity/Gas Measurement
MSET 2785 Torque/Rotation
MSET 2811 Introduction to Quality Control
MSET 2845 Advanced Transducers
MSET 2868 Optical Flats/Laser Interferometer
NDT 1100 Manufacturing Processes
NDT 2020 Quality Improvement Tools and Techniques
Total Credits: 51  
Note there is a data error. The credits listed in this section total 52 while the section is listed as having 51 credits.
Elective Courses
(select 10 credits from the courses below)
Course Title Credits
AVT 1834 Digital Circuits
ENGT 1103 Mechanical Systems
ENGT 1211 Industrial Electricity
ENGT 1301 Fluid Power
ENGT 1505 Predictive Maintenance
MSET 1818 Advanced DC Circuits
MSET 1819 Advanced Transistor Circuits
MSET 1820 Amplifier Analysis
MSET 1823 Advanced Filter/Transducer Circuit Analysis
MSET 2850 Independent Study 1-7*
MSET 2870 Internship 1-10*
Total Credits: 10  
Elective Courses
(select 3 credits from the courses below)
Course Title Credits
GSCM 1112 Applied Oral Communications
GSCM 1122 Applied Oral and Written Communications 2-3*
GSCM 1132 Applied Technical Writing
GSIS 1502 Human Relations
GSIS 1602 Personal Financial Management
GSMS 1201 Applied Mathematics
GSMS 1202 Applied Mathematics
GSMS 1222 Applied Elementary Algebra
GSWS 1422 Quality Management
GSWS 1432 Problem Solving/Decision Making
GSWS 1442 Team Development
GSWS 1471 CPR for Health Care Providers
Total Credits: 3  
Total Diploma Credits: 64  

*Credits for this course are variable. See your Advisor about this course.