Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology Department

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Overview

The Department of Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology (MMET) is comprised of three distinct disciplines that offer intense experiential education in manufacturing, mechanical, or electrical mechanical engineering technology. The students from these disciplines graduate as engineers with the ability to adapt, grow, and succeed in a highly competitive engineering workplace. Full time placements upon graduation have ranged from 95% to 98%.

Accreditation

The Bachelor of Science degrees in electrical mechanical engineering technology, manufacturing engineering technology, and mechanical engineering technology are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET.

2nd

Largest mechanical engineering technology program in the U.S.

700+

students studying in undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the department

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Robotics, Aerospace, Industrial Automation, Manufacturing, Surface Mount Electronics and Plastics.

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Undergraduate Programs

The department’s unique curriculum supports engineering education to include manufacturing processes, mechanical design, electrical and mechanical systems integration, product life-cycle engineering and management, and conventional and alternative energy systems development. The curriculum also includes cooperative education work experiences. Students are introduced to the excitement of engineering in their very first semester with copious laboratory experiences. The faculty and laboratories that support the three disciplines are under one academic unit and provide interdisciplinary education that enables students to be successful in today’s global en