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Mechanical Engineering Technology Concentration

What is the Mechanical Engineering Technology Concentration?

Engineering Technology graduates in the mechanical concentration design equipment and products that affect virtually every area of your life, including:

  • Automobiles, planes, tractors and All-Terrain Vehicles
  • Internal combustion, gas turbine and jet engines
  • Heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems
  • Robots, hydraulic & pneumatic systems and manufacturing equipment

The emphasis of engineering technology is on the practical application of theory. Mechanical Engineering Technology is one of the most diverse engineering technology disciplines, dealing with the design, development and manufacture of every kind of vehicle, power system, machine and tool.

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Interesting Classes You'll Take

The concentration in Mechanical Engineering Technology at LeTourneau University involves a curriculum of 130 semester hours and is one of five concentration choices within our Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology degree.

  • Engineering Design Methodology
  • Engineering Technology Measurments Lab
  • Elements of Machine Design
  • Technical Design Elements

To learn more about course requirements, view the suggested course sequence  or course descriptions.


What can you do with this degree?

This concentration gives a firm understanding of mechanical principles and machines to prepare you to work in various career fields including:

  • Machine design
  • Automotive systems
  • Automation
  • Energy conversion
  • Airplanes
  • Space vehicles

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