Energy Systems Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Solve technical problems typical of those encountered in the energy systems mechanical engineering technology discipline
- Work and communicate effectively in multidisciplinary teams
- Stay current in industry standards, challenges and innovations.
Student Learning Outcomes:
- Demonstrate safe work practices in laboratory and industrial
- Be aware and familiar with society and government codes, standards, and regulations with their typical format and
- Demonstrate written and verbal communication
- Utilize test equipment to troubleshoot and analyze electrical, electronic, instrumentation, and motor control related
- Analyze systems through the understanding of mechanical principles, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, material science, and equipment
- Identify the correct pump or valve for a given process condition and apply a comprehensive understanding of pumps and valves to troubleshoot
- Interpret and utilize technical
- Demonstrate basic structural
- Demonstrate basic computer-aided drafting and
- Demonstrate commissioning practices for equipment setup and
- Recognize specific equipment applications for reactive, preventive, predictive, and proactive maintenance.
* 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.
The Energy Systems Mechanical Engineering Technology Program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org