To prepare graduates for immediate employment and continued educational opportunities through a quality technical and experience-based education.
The Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Technology Department has several programs that prepare graduates to join the workforce as successful technical and management professionals in a variety of industries, including electrical engineering technology, mechanical engineering technology, computer engineering technology, and mechatronics technology.
Because the department maintains active contact with related industries and professional societies and works closely with them to assist graduates in exploring their profession and creating contacts for employment, graduate placement is excellent. Educational opportunities also occur through projects, competitions, and field trips in addition to memberships in several active professional society student chapters.
We have the tools to help you succeed.
Throughout the Engineering Technology building you will find 20 different hands-on labs related to Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Technology. Take a look at the wide variety of resources.
This laboratory contains professional trainer modules that simulate a power system. Each module contains hardware and software installed on its own computer for a full power analysis. A stand-alone power network is a type of power supply network that is closed and has no active lines coupling it to other parts of the electrical power supply grid.
This classroom includes a clean room for advanced miniature device and circuit development. The facility provides state-of-the-art instruments for designing, fabricating, characterizing, and testing of complex micro-scale structures and devices in MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) and Microelectronics.
Equipped with systems which provide experience with the principles of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics.
The Laboratory provides direct experience with computer numerical control (CNC) machines, robotics, and the integration of robotic concepts to automated manufacturing.
Faculty and Staff
Our faculty love what they do.
That’s why they make excellent mentors, advisers, confidants, friends, and role models. And with real-world experience, they are experts in their field.
We stress what employers expect from you on the job, so you can exceed expectations in your career.
Majors and Degrees
Chart your path.
Associate degrees require between 60 to 64 credit hours depending on the program to be completed. Bachelor’s degrees require 126 credit hours to be completed.
Our course links show both AAS and BS degree course lists.
We encourage students to increase their hands-on experience by joining clubs for gaining knowledge and experience outside the traditional classroom while building friendships too.
Videos and Profiles
Our Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) consists of professional engineers from a range of companies. The board helps us stay current with industry trends, offering insight on everything from curriculum to teaching methods. IAB plays an integral role in helping us maintain a balanced, vibrant department.
Patriot Design and Consulting
Director, Building Engineering
Advanced Motlow Systems
Senior Applications Eng
Nicholas H. Noyes Hosp
Director of Engineering Services
W.R. Case & Son Cutlery
Electrical Engineering Design Lead
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Sr. Designer Workholding
Director, IT Infrastructure Info Sys
Hebeler Process Solutions
Process Controls and Automation Engineering Team Leader
Integration and Test Engineer
Electrical Design Engineer
Vice President of Engineering
Bid Technical Manager