Our graduates in mechanical engineering technology learn by doing. Employers love that our students graduate with practical experience and technical skills.
Hands-on skills and creative problem solving — that’s the focus of the accredited mechanical engineering technology program at The University of Toledo in Ohio.
UToledo MET majors learn how to develop, implement and supervise advanced mechanical systems and processes. We prepare students with the practical knowledge to enter careers in automotive and building design, mechanical system design, automation and control, invention and entrepreneurship.
Undergraduates get real-world engineering experiences through class projects and optional co-ops. UToledo also offers entrepreneurship and service opportunities.
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Many of our graduates pursue masters of business administration (MBA) degrees and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering and general engineering.
UToledo MET students can choose to complete optional, three-semester, co-op work experiences. The College of Engineering’s Career Development Center help students find valuable placements.