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Mechanical Technology Program Information

Associate of Applied Science

 

  Accreditation  

 

Mechanical technicians work as part of multidisciplinary teams to bring designs to life. Applying their understanding of math and science, they use computer-aided design (CAD) software to transform designs into working models of machinery and equipment for development and testing. Graduates of the program can continue their education with a bachelor degree in engineering — for example, Civil Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.

This program provides the foundation courses in science and mathematics leading graduates to a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, which can be completed in three additional years.

 

This program is offered on the following campuses: Allen Park (AP), Flint (FL), Jackson (JK)
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Mechanical Technology (AAS) Program

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Program Waiver / Handbook

Program Mission & Outcomes

Course Student Learning Outcomes

Suggested Academic Plan

Background Check Requirements

No Background Check required.

 

Additional Program Information

Please see your Program Director for additional program information.

 

Library Resources

Visit the Baker College Research Guide page for library research resources for this program.

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Clinical / Work Experience Information

For information about when to apply, how to apply, and application requirements, please visit our Work Experience Information web page.

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Career Readiness

Visit the Career Readiness page for more information and resources on preparing for your future career.

For job search assistance, visit the Handshake information page.

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