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Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology

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Expand Your Experience

Opportunities to apply your knowledge give you a leg up in your career.

College isn’t just about grades–it’s also about the skills and practical experience you build in order to succeed in the workforce. In fact, 91% of employers surveyed by the Association of American Colleges and Universities said these experiences are vital to career success. Our ABET accredited Mechanical Engineering Technology program emphasizes hands-on learning. You'll apply concepts learned in lectures on course projects and test them on laboratory experiments. In your senior year capstone class, you’ll collaborate with local companies on industry projects. Plus, our partnerships with community organizations give you better access to internship, co-op and job opportunities in the region.

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Because we're ABET accredited, you'll get access to more career and higher education opportunities.



The median salary for our 2021 graduates was $60,000, which is about $10,000 over the national median—that means your salary will only rise as you build experience.

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At UW-Green Bay, we want to make higher education more accessible. That’s why we strive to keep tuition as low as possible.

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Stand Out in an Ever-changing Field

Challenge yourself in an industry that evolves every day.

Major changes are happening within mechanical engineering technology: increased use of automation and robotics in manufacturing, the development of new and smart materials for use in engineering applications, the growing importance of sustainability and energy efficiency. Our program prepares you to adapt to these changes, solve practical engineering problems and enhance critical thinking.

About Our Program

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Looking Toward Future

Our TEAM Labs support experimentation and innovation.

With state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories with advanced instrumentation and technology, our TEAM Labs give you the opportunity to get hands-on opportunities and collaborate with students from other disciplines. There are spaces for the physics program and student-run media and entertainment facilities, including radio, TV, news and gaming, in addition to these engineering labs:

  • Electrical Circuits Lab - IS 1067
  • Electronic Lab - IS 1063
  • Automation Lab - IS 1043
  • Electrical Machines Lab - IS 1047
  • Senior Design Lab - IS 1071

Some Schematics Behind Our Program

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Transfer Policy

Our engineering technology program offers you multiple points of entry. We have a generous transfer policy and partnerships with local technical colleges.

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Learning Outcomes

Find out enrollment and graduate metrics for our program, as well as our learning outcomes so you can succeed in the workforce.

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Academic Support

Mechanical engineering technology involves less complex math than engineering, but it's still a challenging field. If you need academic support, The Learning Center is here for you.

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ABET Accreditation

The UW-Green Bay Electrical Engineering Technology Program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. What does that mean for you? This accreditation means you're getting the highest quality education and enhances your employment opportunities.

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Professor Jagadeep Thota

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Extensive industry and research experience makes Professor Jagadeep Thota a regional leader in engineering innovation. As the chair for our engineering and engineering technology programs, he is well versed in our discipline. If you have questions, he can help!

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