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Mechanical Engineering Technology

Mechanical Engineering TechnologyDo you like to tinker with machines? Do you dream of inventing something that will make life easier or the world a better place to live? If you do, you have the makings of a mechanical engineer.

At Oregon Tech, Mechanical Engineering Technology majors learn the theory and application of mechanical design and the process of developing a product that can improve society. You'll spend nearly half of your class time in the lab, applying what you have learned using state-of-art equipment.


Degree Offered

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology

Locations

Klamath Falls
Wilsonville

About the Program

Mechanical engineers work in many industries, and their work varies by industry and function. Some specialize in energy systems; applied mechanics; automotive design; manufacturing; materials; plant engineering and maintenance; pressure vessels and piping; and heating, refrigeration and air-conditioning systems. Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest engineering disciplines, so graduates have a wide range of career options from which to choose.

ABET ETAC

Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.

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Typical MET Classes

Fundamentals


Calculus
Physics
Chemistry
Machining/Welding
Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing
Material Science

CAD/CAM/CAE


Drafting
Computer Aided Design
Solid Modeling
Parametric Modeling
Finite Element Analysis

Solid Mechanics


Statics
Dynamics
Strength of Materials
Machine Design

Thermofluids Systems


Fluid Mechanics
Thermodynamics
Heat Transfer
Gas Laws
Aerodynamics
Wind Tunnel

Controls


Fundamentals of Electric Circuits
Electric Power Systems
Fluid Power Systems
Instrumentation
Mechatronics
Vibrations

Senior Project: Formula SAE race car

Student Profile

Erin MacDonald

Erin MacDonald

Class of 2014

After working as a machinist for a few years, I wanted to get my degree at a school that works closely with industry...