Engineering Technology - Mechanical Engineering Major 

Discover Your Career in ET - Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering technicians make thermofluid, mechanical, and hydraulic systems work and keep them working. These technicians play key roles in many aspects of today’s highly technical environment, especially in the emerging area of green technologies. Learn in the classroom and in hands-on laboratories that use a mixture of actual components and computer simulations. Students may also focus on energy efficiency, alternative and renewable energy sources, and lean manufacturing. Graduates can expect to:

Install mechanical, hydraulic and thermo-fluid systems

Develop and test mechanical systems

Evaluate and test products using measuring and diagnostic devices to adjust and repair equipment

• Set up, install, and operate energy generation and use systems.

Students who successfully complete the requirements for this program are awarded the Associate of Applied Science degree in Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Major. 


To accommodate working students, some courses are available during the evening, and students may enroll full or part-time.  Engineering Technology - Mechanical Engineering Major graduates are eligible to complete their technical bachelor’s degree at most Ohio universities.


The Newark Campus

1179 University Drive
Newark, OH 43055

The Coshocton Campus

200 North Whitewoman Street
Coshocton, OH 43812

The Knox Campus

236 S. Main St
Mount Vernon Ohio 43050

The Pataskala Campus

8660 East Broad Street
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068

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