Mechanical Engineering Technology

Student uses modeling software in class

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Prepare to work in mechanical and manufacturing engineering fields as a mechanical engineering technician or begin work on a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. On either path, you can become knowledgeable in engineering graphics, engineering fundamentals and materials and manufacturing processes. Become an expert in computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), coordinate measuring machines (CMM), computer numerical controls (CNC), machining, hydraulics, pneumatics, and AutoCAD® and SolidWorks® software.

 

Possible careers

Industrial Engineering Technician
Mechanical Engineering Technician
Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technician

 

Transfer options through UNCC add a range of potential jobs as an engineer.


Study Options

Mechanical Engineering Technology A.A.S. Degree (A40320)

Mechanical Engineering Technology (College Transfer Track) (A40320)


Manufacturing Certificate (C40320A)
CAD Drafting Certificate (C40320C)
Mechanical Fabrication (C40320F)
Machining Certificate (C40320M)

 

Contact
Jamie Campagni
, Program Coordinator/Instructor
(704) 878-3241
jcampagni@mitchellcc.edu

 

Lucy Vang, Mechanical Engineering Technology Student

Tanner Pittmon, Mechanical Engineering Technology Student