Bachelor of Science in:
The objective of the Manufacturing Engineering Technology undergraduate program is to offer students a quality education that provides the greatest possible opportunity for rewarding and successful careers. This includes practical training and technical education in engineering, manufacturing processes, and manufacturing equipment as well as supplemental coursework in communications, mathematics, science, social science, and business.
The Mechanical Engineering Program at Oregon Institute of Technology provides an excellent theoretical and applied or hands on engineering education. The program provides graduates with a foundation in fundamentals, applications, design, project management, communications, and professional and ethical responsibility.
The objective of the Mechanical Engineering Technology Program is to ensure that graduates of this curriculum acquire competency in those theoretical, applied engineering and practical subjects necessary to become successful in their careers. The program strives to maintain a reputation for academic standards that will assure graduates a welcome by prospective employers.
The departmental faculty advise students. View the list of academic advisors.
Students also can meet with an embedded college-level advisor (the embedded advisor for the College of ETM is listed below). If a student is unsure who their assigned academic advisor is, please contact the department chairperson or the college’s embedded advisor.
|Major||Employed||Not Looking||Continuing Education||Success Rate||Median Starting Salary|
|Manufacturing Engineering Technology||89%||89%||$60,000|
|Mechanical Engineering Technology||100%||100%||$62,500|
|Oregon Tech Graduate Success|
The Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering Technology and Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology programs are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.