Discover Your Career in ET - Mechanical Engineering Technology
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.
Students who successfully complete the requirements for this program are awarded the Associate of Applied Science in Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology. To accommodate working students, some courses are available during the evening, and students may enroll full or part-time.
Why choose COTC?
- Hands-on training and lab-based courses
Mechanical Engineering Technology program is accredited by the
Engineering Technology Accreditation Board for Engineering and
Technology. (ETAC/ABET) https://www.abet.org
- Available Engineering Technology scholarships for incoming students
- Curriculum includes additional courses designed to ground students in:
Installing mechanical, hydraulic and thermo-fluid systems
Developing and testing mechanical systems
Evaluating and testing products using measuring and diagnostic devices to adjust and repair equipment
Setting up, installing and operating energy generation and use systems
Engineering Technology - Mechanical Engineering Technology graduates are eligible to complete their technical bachelor’s degree at most Ohio universities.
Enrollment, Graduation and Job Placement Information
The performance of the COTC Engineering Technology program is reflected through program effectiveness data. Program effectiveness data includes the program graduation data, enrollment data and job placement data.
The Mech anical Engineering Technology program's enrollment for Autumn 2015 was 30 students. For all of 2015-2016 enrollment was 59 students.
The Mechanical Engineering Technology program had 2 graduates in academic year 2015-2016 .
Two individuals received a degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology during the ’15-’16 academic year, one of which responded to the Graduate Survey. The respondent reported full-time employment related to the field of study. The salary range for the responded employed was $50,000 to $52,999.