Mechanical Engineering Technology

Welcome to the Mechanical Engineering Technology program. The Mechanical Engineering Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree enables the student to enter the job market as a Mechanical Engineering Technician. Within this program there are two concentrations.

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Concentrations

Manufacturing

The Mechanical Engineering Technology Enrollment Profile (PDF) [Size: 106 KB] reflects the annual student enrollment and graduation data for the Mechanical Engineering Technology A.A.S. degree.

Mechanical Design

Technical Certificates

Students may start with the Mechanical/Manufacturing CAD or Quality Assurance certificate and progress towards the A.A.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology while working in their chosen field. The certificate program teaches basic skills and allows students to participate in the Cooperative Education (Co-op) program. The Co-op program provides classroom and industrial experience and helps students pay the cost of their college education.

The Mechanical/Manufacturing CAD Enrollment Profile (PDF) [Size: 105 KB] and Quality Assurance Enrollment Profile (PDF) [Size: 104 KB] reflect the annual student enrollment and graduation data for the technical certificates.

Program and Course Information

To find out more about courses offered at Southwest, you can use our Catalog Search to view descriptions of our courses or the Class Schedule Search to see when and where a class is being offered.

Please contact Cindy Fowinkle for further information.