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Undergraduate Certificate Program

Ed Evans
242 Jack Burke Res Center
Penn State Erie
Phone: 814-898-6138

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This certificate program is designed for those working in mechanical engineering technology or related fields. It is a sequential three-phase series that will provide a solid foundation in engineering technology and can lead to an Associate or Baccalaureate degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology. Each segment must be completed in its entirety and in order. Once complete, students will have earned three certificates in Mechanical Engineering Technology applications. The METBBC and METFBC certificates are prerequisites to the METMBC certificate. The Mechanical Design Certificate requires 10 credits.

To earn an undergraduate certificate in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY MECHANICAL DESIGN, a minimum of 10 credits is required.


MCHT 213
MCHT 214
MET 206
MET 210


Prerequisites Required.

Effective Date: Spring Semester 2007

Expiration Date:

Last Revised by the Department: 11/14/2011



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