Mechanical Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology Associate and Bachelor's Degree
Built on a strong foundation of science, mathematics and practical courses, learn concepts that can be directly applied to product design and manufacturing in all types of industry.
You will focus on technical graphics with computer-aided drafting, material strength and testing, computer numerical control, economics, quality control and machine design.
Why our program?
In an industry that relies on you for solutions, mechanical engineering technology students must have the opportunity to test theories and experiment on ideas. Our program is built around a project-based education model, allowing students the opportunity to build communication and project management skills while bringing their ideas to life.
Your plans become reality in our design and build laboratory. Mechanical engineering students learn in 5,000-square feet of creative space where concepts are designed, prototyped and tested. Students have access to modern technology and equipment, such as 3D printers, a CNC vertical machining center, a laser printer and more.
My K-State Story
“The program offers practical knowledge and experiences, not just theory. Students have the opportunity to interact with local companies and assist them with manufacturing obstacles.” –J.T. Brantley, alum