Mechanical Engineering Technology (Associate Degree)
The Mechanical Engineering Technology program at UA teaches students how to operate and maintain mechanical systems.
Mechanical engineering technicians are needed in all industries, from steelmaking to consumer products such as tires, cars, and home appliances. They work along with engineers in design, testing, manufacturing, and servicing of the mechanical components and systems found everywhere in industry.
- Core classes provide students with a comprehensive understanding of mathematical and scientific principles.
- Students gain thorough grasp of engineering technology principles.
- Technical courses are presented using graphical tools as well as incorporate algebra, trigonometry and geometry as primary analytical tools.
- are innovative and interactive
- use multimedia technology to enhance classroom learning
Experience mechanical engineering technology firsthand in our facilities:
- mechanical design laboratory
- fluids and thermal laboratory
- materials and metallographic laboratory
Graduates of the Mechanical Engineering Technology program will work with engineers in developing, manufacturing, testing and servicing mechanical components, equipment and systems.
Interact with other engineering and science technology students and professionals in the field through organizations such as:
- Society of Mechanical Engineering Technology Students
- Tau Alpha Pi (honor society)
- Women in Engineering
- National Society of Black Engineers
- American Society of Mechanical Engineering
- Society of Automotive Engineers
- SAE Formula Combustion
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