The Manufacturing Engineering Technology degree combines elements from Precision and CNC Machining, Mechanical, and Industrial Engineering Technology to prepare students to enter the exciting world of manufacturing. Students in this program are exposed to foundational courses in mathematics and physics as well as take courses in additive manufacturing, computer-aided design (CAD), prototyping, and manufacturing operations, and Six Sigma. Restricted to high school students enrolled in Sinclair's College Credit Plus (CCP) program


Since the Fall of 2017 our program has partnered with Sinclair to provide students the opportunity to get their Associates Degree while in high school. Students earn their 60+ College credits throughout their Junior and Senior coursework.

Interested students need to pass entrance exams to qualify for the degree. Students also earn industry certifications such as the CSWA & Six Sigma Green Belt Certification.

This is all provided at no cost to the student. Graduates from the program have continued their education at both the University of Dayton and Miami University to complete their Bachelors Degree.

What you need for Application:

  1. Social Security Number

  2. Approximate duration at current address (mm/yyyy). (Address Start Date)*

a .Address Start Date: Students need to live in Ohio for at least one year prior (mm/yyyy)

Sinclair Advisor Contact Information

Contact: Alicia Adams Email:

Contact: Samantha Small Email:


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Manufacturing Engineering Technology Associates Degree Curriculum

Colerain Mechatronics Pathway - with EMIS and Northwest Codes 9-9-22.pdf

Tech Prep

Articulated Credits

1st Semester (Fall)

EGR-1106: Basic Mechanical & Electrical Skills

Utilization of general/specialized hand/power tools that are typically used in the electromechanical industry; use of various dimension measurement devices; simple machine repair procedures from belt replacement to complete subsystem repair; drilling, reaming and tapping holes for various mechanical fasteners. Elementary industrial machine wiring principles; schematics, panel layouts, assembly and wiring techniques. One classroom, two lab hours per week.

MET-1131: Personal Computer Applications for Engineering Technology

Applied computer tools to solve engineering technology problems, emphasizing the integration of word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software and engineering research skills using the Internet. Applications of an integrated approach to research papers, engineering technology analysis, technical laboratory reports and technical presentations.

MET-1231: Introduction to Drafting & Design

Application of the process of design and the interpretation of engineering drawings. Includes design development, product development, and problem solution, principles of orthographic projection, drafting symbols, surface finish symbols, and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing symbols. Student is exposed to parametric 3D CAD modeling for the purpose of creating parts and assemblies and to properly dimension and detail drawings to effectively communicate design intent. Three classroom, three lab hours per week.

2nd Semester (Spring)

MET-1111: Prep Math for Engineering Technology

Mathematics for engineering technology students to prepare them for critical thinking, analytical reasoning and problem solving. Students will apply math to typical engineering technology problems from a variety of fields. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

MET-1301: Solidworks Basics

Utilize SolidWorks mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts and assemblies and learn how to make drawings of those parts and assemblies. Three classroom, three lab hours per week.

MET-1401: Additive Design & Printing

A course in the design, development and operation of additive manufacturing machines. Types of machines, input types, materials and design considerations will be accomplished as part of the hands-on model making class. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

CAM-1108: Machine Shop Fundamentals

An introduction to the manufacturing processes used in the tooling and machining industry. Safety, mechanical hardware, hand tools, metrology, drill press, vertical mill, and lathe, will be the major focus of this course.

3rd Semester (Summer)

COM-2211: Effective Public Speaking

Designed to improve speaking and listening skills through the study and application of public speaking structure, content and style. This course requires 5 speeches in front of a live audience. The online course sections require the recordings to be created by the student with at least 8 adults present for each speech. Any questions, please contact the Communication Department at

4th Semester (Fall)

OPT 1101: Introduction to Operations

Introduction to operations process design, process improvement and the skills, methods and techniques used to accomplish this; the interactions and relationships between people and process change and the interactions between different processes in organizations. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

MET-1431: Additive Manufacturing Post Process

A course designed to examine the post process aspects of bonding, securing, finishes and assembly operation of components. Emphasis on metal materials and case studies. Two classroom, two lab hours per week

MET-2281: Engineering Technology Professional Practice

A project-based course utilizing reverse engineering to integrate ABET professional components in preparing students with the knowledge, techniques, skills, and use of modern equipment in mechanical engineering technology. The course strengthens student ability in specifying, installing, building, testing, documenting, operating, selling or maintaining basic mechanical systems. Two classroom, two lab hours

EET-1120: Introduction to DC/AC Circuits

Introduction to direct and alternating current (DC/AC) circuits, power, three phase and test equipment. One classroom, two lab hours per week.

5th Semester (Spring)

OPT-2240: Six Sigma: Green Belt

An applied introduction to Six Sigma using problem-solving tools, concepts and methodology to improve customer satisfaction. Includes application of Green Belt-based tools to reduce costs and improve business processes. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

MET-2780: Mechanical Engineering Technology Capstone

Assessment of achievement by Mechanical Engineering Technology students in attaining program outcomes by completing a project demonstrating principles and practice of the major. Teamwork on projects will be emphasized. One classroom, six lab hours per week.

MET-1151: Guitar Manufacturing using Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM) Concepts

This course looks at the design elements, manufacturing and assembly of solid-body electric guitars. Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) concepts that relate directly to guitars are used to help students make an applied learning connection. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.