Mechanical Engineering Technology
Alicia Hemenger, Fall 2008
When looking at colleges, my biggest worry was that I would have to take courses taught by professors with no industry experience. This made choosing the Mechanical Engineering Technology program at Michigan Tech an easy decision for me. Most of my professors came from industry and related what they were teaching to stories from the plant, facility, or company they came from. Plus, I felt confident in my skillset because my professors knew the industry expectations for new-hires.
My favorite part of the MET program was the hands-on experience gained in a great workshop that could bring any technical idea to life. In senior design, I worked on . . .