The curriculum of Mechanical Engineering Technology program provides students with the foundation to design, develop, test, troubleshoot, and manufacture mechanical devices, including tools, engines and machines. Emphasis is placed on a broad range of courses including, properties and processes of engineering materials, thermal-fluid-energy sciences and applications, computer aided design and analysis, mechanical design and analysis, robotics, mechatronics, manufacturing and industrial engineering areas.
Students learn how to apply the basic engineering principles and utilize technical skills to the diversified mechanical and manufacturing fields.
Graduates work with the latest technologies in a broad range of fields like automotive, logistics, materials, maintenance, quality assurance, reliability and testing, manufacturing, robotics, supply chain, aerospace, alternative/clean energies, nanotechnology, biomedical and more.
Mechanical Engineering Technology, BS Program Map