A full schedule of evening and weekend classes gives our students in the mechanical engineering technology program the ability to earn a B.S. degree while working full time during the day. We have a long history of educating part-time working students and offering additional resources and assistance.
You will gain a solid theoretical foundation of mathematics and science as the basis of study of required technical courses in mechanics, thermodynamics and heat transfer, fluids, and materials.
Many of the science and technology courses supplement their lectures with laboratory experiences using equipment and computer software typical of those found in industry, ensuring that graduates of the program are familiar with current technical practices and are able to apply theory to real-world situations.
Internships, which may carry University credit, are available with local companies for students who wish to obtain work experience during their studies.
With a mechanical engineering technology degree, you will have the option to pursue various career opportunities, such as:
- Advanced Products Engineer
- Mechanical Design Engineer
- Plant Engineer
- Project Engineer
- Technical Service Engineer
- Test Engineer
- Engineering Technologist
- Supervisor of Design and Drafting
Our Mechanical Engineering Technology Alumni
Graduates of our mechanical engineering technology degree programs have gone on to work for various companies including:
- Continental Design and Management Group
- Eaton Corporation
- Philips Respironics
- Dodson Engineering, Inc.
- CJL Engineering
Read our success stories.