Preparing graduates for careers or advanced study in mechanical engineering technology
UNH Manchester offers a four-year mechanical engineering technology bachelor's degree program as well as a 2+2 dual admission program, designed for those who have earned an associate degree at a community college to complete the final two years of a bachelor's degree at UNH Manchester.
What is mechanical engineering technology?
Mechanical engineering technology prepares students to pursue a professional career in industry. Students develop abilities in design, analysis, and experimentation through a foundation of math, physics, chemistry and computer science, as well as advanced engineering topics in mechanical design, control systems and thermofluids. Students graduate with the knowledge and skills to solve a wide range of mechanical engineering challenges.
Why study mechanical engineering technology at UNH Manchester?
UNH Manchester's ABET-accredited mechanical engineering technology program gives students the practical experience to meet their career goals as well as industry demand. Led by faculty who are industry experts, students apply the theoretical concepts learned in class to hands-on work in our state-of-the-art laboratories and in the field. Through these experiences, this applied degree program prepares students for lucrative careers in design, production, and implementation of technical systems in manufacturing and business.
Potential career areas
- Advanced manufacturing and process engineering
- Aerospace and defense
- Automation and robotics
- Manufacturing and industrial engineering
- Ocean engineering
- Power generation and renewable energy
- Project management
- Thermal sciences
- Transportation engineering