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About Mechanical Engineering Technology

More Than Math

Build skills in a variety of areas; become a leader in mechanical engineering technology.

According to Indeed, communication is one of the top skills employers are looking for, no matter your career. Along with hands-on applied science and math, our program emphasizes communication and working with people. With specialized courses focused on report writing and presentation skills, our program equips you with the ability to effectively communicate your findings. By honing these essential people skills, you'll be better prepared for the demands of the job market.

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Students perform controls and measurements during Assistant Professor Riaz Ahmed engineering labStudent presents his mechatronic robotics final projectStudents work on their mechatronic roboticsMechanical Engineering Tech students build an interface mechatronic system


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4 Years

Our program is designed to be completed in 4 years. View the curriculum guide to get a sense of what classes you need to take, and when.

What You'll Learn


Internships are the new job interview! Gain practical experience, boost your resume and apply what you’ve learned by getting an internship.

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Technology Meets Creativity

Unleash your creativity and innovation at the STEM Innovation Center.

The STEM Innovation Center is a 63,730 square-foot building for collaborative, innovative and experiential learning of engineering, technology, science and math. More than classrooms and meeting spaces, this center cultivates life long learning, and provides you the opportunity to create solutions and experiment with new technology. At the center, you’ll have access to modern and traditional tools like CNC machines, 3D printers, material characterizing equipment, automation control systems, diesel and gasoline engines, turbines and pumps and other cutting-edge laboratory equipment.

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Professor Jagadeep Thota

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As the program chair for engineering and engineering technology, Professor Jagadeep Thota is committed to student success. If you have questions about our program, get in touch with him!

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