So, what kind of Engineer do you want to be?
You’re fairly certain you want to be an engineer but you’re not ready to commit to a four-year degree. Maybe you’re just getting out of high school and exploring your options or maybe you’re an adult or veteran with other responsibilities like a job and family. An Associates degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Penn State DuBois is the first stop in building a successful engineering career. Start with your Associates and, when you’re ready, move on to the Bachelor program. Whatever specialization you choose will set you up for a great career.
With a fundamental background in physics, math & statistics, you can learn about computer numerical controlled [CNC] machines, non-destructive testing [NDT] of materials, the analysis of manufacturing processes using the techniques of statistical process control [SPC] and the design of production tools using the latest computer aided drafting [CAD] skills acquired through intensive "hands-on" laboratory experience.
Penn State DuBois' Mechanical Engineering Technology Program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)
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