The emphasis of the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology program is the application of scientific and engineering principles to improve existing engineered products.
Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
Program Educational Objectives - Program Educational Objectives (PEO) describe the attributes that we aspire for our graduates to possess three to five years after graduation. The BS degree program in Mechanical Engineering Technology will prepare graduates with the technical and managerial skills necessary to enter careers in analysis, applied design, development, implementation, or oversight of advanced mechanical systems and processes. Click here to view the Program Educational Objectives.
Student Outcomes - The MET Student Outcomes (SO) capture the desired attributes that the MET program at the School of Engineering aspires to impart to its students through the curriculum and academic experience. Click here to view the Student Outcomes.
Student Enrollment and Graduation Data - Click here to view Student Enrollment and Graduation Data.
The Mechanical Engineering Technology program is designed to provide learning opportunities in four major areas:
- Solid Mechanics
- Thermal and Fluid Sciences
- Mechanical Design
Helping you achieve your goals is important to us! Our hands-on learning approach will give you the required knowledge and skills to help solve tomorrow’s engineering problems. While pursuing the B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology degree, you will have several experiential learning opportunities through co-ops, internships, the capstone design experience, and a variety of student organizations (i.e. IEEE, NSBE, and SAE Mini Baja).
The responsibilities of graduates from the Mechanical Engineering Technology program span multiple industries and the career paths are diverse: Aerospace, Automotive, Bio-Technology, Chemical, Computers, Construction, Consumer Products, Energy, Electronics, Engineering, Consulting, Entertainment, Government, Nano-Technology, Robotics
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This is a designated STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) program.