The building blocks of a great career.

The Mechanical Technology associate degree program aims to provide students with broad skills enabling graduates to work effectively as part of an engineering team. The program curriculum provides a rounded education including computer-aided design (CAD), strength of materials, electrical technology as well as communication, and critical thinking.

Our class sizes are small, and taught by working professionals, who share their insights and bring a real-world perspective to your studies. Your learning is hands-on, as you learn how to apply your knowledge and skills in design, product development, testing and more. When you graduate with your associate degree, you’ll be prepared to put your education to immediate use in an entry-level position in mechanical design, testing, manufacturing, and related positions.

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Associate of Applied Science  — Mechanical Technology (106kb)

Career Facts

$53,530

Median Yearly Income

2%

Outlook 2014 - 2024

$83,060

Median Salary for Executives

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