Bachelor’s: Mechanical Engineering Technology
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The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology combines engineering technology principles with hands-on experience in drafting, design, digital fabrication and experiments. Designed for the working professional, the last two years of the program includes part-time evening and weekend classes, plus online options.
2+2 degree program
Already have an associate degree in drafting, industrial design or engineering technology? This is a 2+2** degree, so you may be eligible for a block credit transfer toward your bachelor’s. Just think, you could graduate in only 2 years.
Mechanical engineering technology topics of study
In this program, you’ll use computer aided drafting and design (CADD) software like SolidWorks and Creo (Pro-Engineer). And you’ll learn how to improve cost effectiveness of products and processes through standardization, material and process selection, and tolerancing.
- Manufacturing & assembly design
- Product data management
- Statics & strength of materials
- Machine design
- Materials, electronics, fluid power & digital fabrication
- Finite element analysis
- Lean manufacturing & design
Interested in the bachelor’s in mechanical engineering technology? Call 1-877-303-6060 or contact college admissions. We can answer your questions and help get you started.
Student Outcomes Disclosure
**To learn more about credit for prior learning, please contact the dean of students at your campus.
Note: Engineering Technology graduates are not eligible to become registered professional engineers in Minnesota or Wisconsin.