What You Will Learn

The Mechanical Engineering Technology degree at County College of Morris prepares the student for positions such a mechanical designer, engineering assistant, quality assurance technician, manufacturing engineering assistant and technical salesperson. The Mechanical Engineering Technology program is ideal for students interested in learning the necessary design, production and testing of machines, tools, and manufactured products for a successful career within industry and business.

Why Study at CCM?

At County College of Morris, you will have access to equipment used in local industry and faculty with many years of industrial experience. The program applies to those individuals seeking employment after completing their two-year degree or those wishing to transfer into a four-year engineering technology program.

Career Opportunities

The average starting salary for graduates with an associate degree in mechanical engineering technology is $48,000 – $56,000. Students are equipped for positions in the following: Project Coordinator (General), Test Technician, Production Team Leader, Mechanical Drafter, Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Programmer, Production Manager, Manufacturing, Engineering Technician, Mechanical Design Engineer, Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer, Computer Aided Design (CAD) Designer.