The Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology Department provides the opportunity for the interested student to earn concurrent degrees in Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MFG) and Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) or Mechanical Engineering (MECH). Students who earn both degrees are highly sought after and have been very successful in industry. The concurrent degree program usually requires the student to complete an additional year of study beyond the Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering Technology.
b These courses must be different than those used to satisfy the BS degree in MET or MECH. In all cases the student must have at least 36 credits of additional coursework beyond the MET or MECH degree to qualify for the concurrent degree in MFG
c This course is already required for the BSMET degree