Mechanical Engineering Technology
K-State Salina’s mechanical engineering technology program is built on a strong foundation of science, mathematics and practical courses. The mechanical engineering technology concepts students learn are directly applied to product design and manufacturing used in all types of industry. Courses in technical graphics with computer aided drafting (CAD), manufacturing processes, materials, material strength and testing, computer numerical control, automated manufacturing systems, machine design, quality control, and economics provide students with a broad range of expertise for a burgeoning career.
Graduates of the mechanical engineering technology program can work within engineering teams in applied design, project management, product development, testing, manufacturing, plant operations, maintenance, or technical sales.