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The Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) program ladders from the Associate of Applied Science Degree, adding more advanced engineering skill sets, including materials, machine design, fluid mechanics, circuits, thermodynamics, and heat transfer. Proficiency in industrial controls and automation along with advanced manufacturing methods in inventory control, quality improvement, and lean and optimization concepts are attained. Computer simulation to improve production processes is emphasized. Additional general education and mathematics through statistical methods are required.

Employees with MET degrees are typically classified as engineers, and tasked with computational challenges as well as performing extensive planning.  MET engineers are often responsible for the layout and operation of manufacturing processes, and are involved in material selection and manufacturing techniques that maximize the efficiency of bringing a product to market. Some design and analysis work are often required.  Many companies have these graduates take the role of project manager or shop floor manager.  This employee would often be charged with managing workers or technicians and have budget responsibility.

Accreditation

Students completing the Colorado Mesa University Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) program will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology.  The Bachelor of Science MET Program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

Program Educational Objective

The primary program educational objective is to prepare MET graduates to demonstrate mechanical technical knowledge, and problem solving and implementation skills, so that, within three years of graduation, they will have successfully established themselves in an engineering-related professional career in design, installation, operations, technical sales, and/or service functions in industry.

 

 

Typical MET Course Offerings by Semester

 

Curriculum

Academic Year 2018-2019 and newer

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Academic Year 2017-1018

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Academic Year 2016-2017

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Academic Year 2015-2016

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Academic Year 2014-2015

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Academic Year 2013-2014

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Academic Year 2012-2013

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Academic Year 2011-2012

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Admissions

Interested students should apply via the CMU admissions page.