Purdue University, in cooperation with Ball State University, offers an associate of applied science degree in mechanical engineering technology on the Ball State University campus.

Mechanical engineering technology concerns the generation, transmission, and use of mechanical and fluid energy and the design and production of tools and machines and their products.

The program prepares students to become laboratory technicians, engineering aides, plant maintenance persons, layout persons, production assistants, and technical salespersons. With additional experience, graduates may become eligible for such positions as industrial supervisors, machine and tool designers, technical buyers, production expeditors, and cost estimators.

Students may continue for the bachelor of science degree in mechanical technology at Purdue University in West Lafayette or the bachelor of science degree in industrial technology at Ball State University.

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