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Mechanical Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Science in Applied Science


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The MET program focuses on the applied aspects and design of mechanical components of mechanisms, machines, and systems of machines. Engineering principles are applied to the development of industrial and consumer products, usually within the scope of design teams. Applicants are required to have completed an associate degree from an accredited college or university in mechanical or similar engineering technology program to be considered for admission.


Department of Engineering Technology

Phelps Hall 207

1601 University Blvd., Hamilton, OH 45011

Thesken Hall 205

4200 N. University Blvd., Middletown, OH 45042



This program requires the completion of an Associate Degree from an accredited college or university in Mechanical Engineering Technology, or similar engineering technology program.

In addition to offering classes in Hamilton and Middletown, ENT’s Distance Learning program delivers courses to students in 10 colleges in Ohio.

Curriculum and Courses

MET focuses on the applied aspects of mechanical and thermal-fluidity analysis of the components in mechanisms, machines, products, and systems. The program requires a thorough understanding of applied mathematics and the engineering sciences. Students will develop the essential skills needed to apply experimental and empirical techniques to the study of systems and the solution of problems. This knowledge is used to research concepts, apply modeling methods, simulate and test operating conditions and their impact on the designed systems, and synthesize different elements to obtain an optimum design of a specific product.<br>The program is accredited by ABET, Inc., the recognized accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology.

  • ENT 272 Mechanics II: Strength of Materials
  • ENT 310 Fluid Mechanics
  • ENT 312 Thermodynamics and Heat Power
  • ENT 404 Experimentation Techniques
  • ENT 278 Mechanics III: Analysis of Machine Components

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Course Catalog

Career Options

MET graduates are well positioned to be employed in areas that permit rapid advancement into engineering management positions. Many graduates work on team projects within manufacturing-related areas, such as testing, analysis, design, and development of industrial and consumer products. They are eligible to sit for the state of Ohio's engineer-in-training examinations, and may continue their education at the graduate level.

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