Engineering Technology Courses in Michigan

Listed below are engineering technology courses offered in Michigan. This list is intended to aid students in locating classes in their area. This list is not comprehensive and will continue to grow.

Connected and automated vehicle (CAV)  technologies require skills in a variety of subjects and programs are being developed to optimize these skills.



Macomb Community College

Macomb Community College Catalog

Programs:

AAS Automotive Technology - Vehicle Development Technician


Courses:

  • AUTO 1040: Automotive Electrical 1
  • AUTO 1050: Automotive Electrical 2
  • AUTO 2000: Connected, Automated & Intelligent Vehicles
  • ELEC 1161: Electronic Technology 1
  • ELEC 1171: Electronic Technology 2
  • ELEC 2150: LabVIEW Basics 1
  • ELEC 2310: Vehicle Experimental Testing
  • ITCS 1140: Introduction to Program Design & Development
  • ITNT 1500: Principles of Networking
  • TMTH 1150: RCL Analysis

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Wayne State University

Wayne State University Catalog

Programs:

BS - Electromechanical Engineering

BS - Mechanical Engineering Technology

MS - Cyber-Physical Systems

MS - Engineering Technology


Courses:

  • CSC 5270: Computer Systems Security
  • CSC 5280/ECE 5280: Introduction to Cyber-Physical Systems
  • CSC 5825: Introduction to Machine Learning and Applications
  • CSC 5830: Computational Modeling of Complex Systems
  • CSC 5870: Computer Graphics
  • CSC 5991: Special Topics in Computer Science
    • Cyber Security Practice
  • CSC 6280: Real-Time and Embedded Operating Systems
  • CSC 6860: Digital Image Processing and Analysis
  • CSC 7270: Advanced Computer Security
  • CSC 7825: Machine Learning
  • CSC 7860: Computer Vision
  • CSC 7991: Advanced Topics in Computer Science
    • Advanced Visual Computing
    • Embedded Wireless Networking for Cyber-Physical Systems
  • CSC 8260: Real-Time Scheduling for Cyber-Physical Systems
  • ECE 5330/EVE 5430: Modeling and Control of Power Electronics and Electric Vehicle Powertrains
  • ECE 5575: Introduction to Micro and Nano Electromechanical Systems
  • ECE 6570: Smart Sensor Technology I: Design
  • ECE 7420/ME 7590: Nonlinear Control Systems
  • ECE 7430: Control of Discrete Event Systems
  • ECE 7440: Dynamic Systems and Optimal Control
  • ECE 7570: Smart Sensor Technology II: Characterization and Fabrication
  • ECE 7860: Operation and Control of Modern Power Systems
  • EET 3500: Electrical Machines and Power Systems
  • EET 3720: Micro and Programmable Controllers
  • EET 4200: Control Systems
  • EET 5730: Embedded Systems Networking
  • ET 3850: Reliability and Engineering Statistics
  • ET 5100: Fundamentals of Mechatronics and Industrial Applications
  • ET 5110: Advanced Programmable Controllers and Industrial Applications
  • ET 5600: Python: Industrial Applications
  • ET 7430: Methods of Engineering Analysis
  • MCT 3100: Mechanics of Materials
  • MCT 3410: Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines
  • MCT 4400: Design of Machine Elements
  • MCT 5210: Energy Sources and Conversion
  • MCT 6150: Hybrid Vehicle Technology

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