This Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) Program curriculum provides a cross-section of drafting skills, technical knowledge and academic preparation for job entry into a mechanical engineering environment. The major also provides the math, English, and science preparation for design and engineering applications after graduation, or transfer to an applied engineering technology/ manufacturing baccalaureate degree major. This program provides an excellent foundation for career success. MET curriculum provides a broad skill set required for both entry-level success and long-term advancement. Core courses include Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Machine Design, CNC fundamentals, and CAD courses.
- Mechanical Engineering Technology, A.A.S.
- Computer-Aided Design Concentration, Mechanical Engineering Technology, A.A.S.
- Computer-Aided Design, Certificate
- Computer-Aided Design, Letter of Recognition