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Energy Systems Mechanical Engineering Technology

 

Program Objectives:

  1. Solve technical problems typical of those encountered in the energy systems mechanical engineering technology discipline
  2. Work and communicate effectively in multidisciplinary teams
  3. Stay current in industry standards, challenges and innovations.

 

Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Demonstrate safe work practices in laboratory and industrial
  2. Be aware and familiar with society and government codes, standards, and regulations with their typical format and
  3. Demonstrate written and verbal communication
  4. Utilize test equipment to troubleshoot and analyze electrical, electronic, instrumentation, and motor control related
  5. Analyze systems through the understanding of mechanical principles, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, material science, and equipment
  6. Identify the correct pump or valve for a given process condition and apply a comprehensive understanding of pumps and valves to troubleshoot
  7. Interpret and utilize technical
  8. Demonstrate basic structural
  9. Demonstrate basic computer-aided drafting and
  10. Demonstrate commissioning practices for equipment setup and
  11. Recognize specific equipment applications for reactive, preventive, predictive, and proactive maintenance.

 

Student Outcomes Mapping - MET

 

YearEnrollmentGraduates
Annual Enrollment and Graduation Data
2020 24 6
2019 15 6
2018 10 2
2017 14 7
2016 17 2
2015 10 4
2014 9 2
2013 6 5
2012 5  

* Enrollments: Number of students majoring in the program enrolled in the fall semester of the academic year.

Graduates: Number of students awarded a degree during the academic year.

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Accreditation

The Energy Systems Mechanical Engineering Technology Program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org