Engineering Technology

MET Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  Where can I find information about admission to the Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) program?

A:  Admission information for the University of Toledo (UToledo) is available on our admissions page.

Q:  What is the difference between the MET program and MIME Engineering Program?

A:  The MET program offers a hands-on, practical learning experience for our students in core areas of product design, solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, materials property and processing, high-end CAD, and electronics with more lab components integrated. Our graduates are problem solvers—they often bridge the theoretical world of the engineer and the practical approach of the skilled workforce.

Q:  What are the job titles for MET graduates?

A: MET graduates get employed as mechanical engineers, testing engineers, design engineers, product engineers, project engineers, validation engineers, design & release engineers.

Q:  What is the starting salary for MET graduates?

A:  Starting salaries range from $50, 000 to $60,000 depending on the employer and job title.

Q:  Who are some of the employers who hire CSET graduates?

A: Dana Corporation, Honda Motor Co., Ltd, Glasstech Inc. Giant, Matrix Technologies, Owen-Illinois, Sigma Technologies, Teneko

Q:  Who are some of the successful MET graduates?

A:  Tom Burden, Founder & Inventor, Grypmat, 2017 MET Graduate, Appeared on ABC’s Shark Tank

Q:  Are there pathways to graduate programs for MET students?

A:  Yes, MET graduates may apply for College of Engineering Online M.S. in engineering with a concentration in general engineering

Last Updated: 6/27/22