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The ABET-accredited Mechanical Engineering Technology program in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of North Texas focuses on the applications of science and engineering to analyze, design, develop, implement and oversee advanced mechanical systems and processes. The program is built upon a strong foundation of science, mathematics and technical coursework designed to meet the diverse needs of a mechanical engineering technologist. Students in the program are being trained to work in a team-oriented, concurrent engineering environment.
Engineering technologists must be capable in both design and manufacturing in order to position themselves as economic and industry front-runners and to take advantage of global growth. The Department of Mechanical Engineering is preparing students to do just that, as our Mechanical Engineering Technology emphasis places primary focus on the design and analysis of products, tools, machines and components needed in the world today.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of North Texas is one of about 25 departments in the U.S. that offers a Master of Science in Engineering Technology. Naturally engaging, translational and applied, our STEM-designated program is strongly based on using advanced applications of technology to solve practical engineering problems.
Students will have the opportunity to choose from any one of our three concentrations – Construction Management, Engineering Management, or Mechanical Systems – which will help them develop professional skills, such as project management and technical communication, that are widely sought-after by industry.
Full-time students may be able to complete the Master's degree plan in three semesters.
Graduates of the Master of Science in Engineering Technology (MSET) program find rewarding careers as design engineers, mechanical engineers, quality assurance engineers, manufacturing engineers, and product managers. In addition, graduates of the MSET program may also consider a career as an entrepreneur, establishing new companies within the service-providing industries or within product design and development.