Want to take a hands-on approach to mechanical engineering? The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology may be a great fit for you.
Research engineering represents a theoretical world. The skill workforce uses a practical approach. Mechanical engineering technology graduates can bridge these two worlds. Be a problem solver. Adapt product designs to the manufacturing process. Find out how to save companies time and money.
MET at Michigan Tech is a smart option—here's why:
- Courses are less theoretical, and more problem-solving based.
- Senior Design projects are industry-sponsored.
- MET graduates have a high placement rate.
As an MET major, you take classes in product design, manufacturing, and high-end CAD. Get an introduction to fluid mechanics, materials, and electronics. Learn to operate machine tools, such as lathes and mills.
You will also be able to choose an area of study that reflects your interests:
- Computer-aided engineering
- Fluids and power systems
Tomorrow Needs Design Thinkers
Technology students can provide real-world problem solving skills to employers. Tomorrow needs engineers who are productive in broad, rapidly evolving areas.
Create the future of automation, advanced manufacturing, machine design, and power systems.
My Story: Patrick Moeller, MTUengineer
Applying to college can be stressful and intimidating, but it is also one of the most rewarding decisions you can make. The MMET Department is a community of faculty, staff, and scholars who inspire each other to achieve their goals and overcome challenges along the way.