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Associate Degree in Mechanical Engineering

The Associate Degree in Mechanical Engineering (ADME) covers basic concepts of mechanical engineering with an emphasis in technical drafting and manufacturing of mechanical components. The course program comprises the development of skills in Computer-Assisted Drawing tools, manufacturing process techniques, core principles of materials, laboratory practice, and projects throughout the entire program.

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About the Program

The Associate Degree in Mechanical Engineering (ADME) covers basic concepts of mechanical engineering with an emphasis in technical drafting and manufacturing of mechanical components.

The course program comprises the development of skills in Computer-Assisted Drawing tools, manufacturing process techniques, core principles of materials, laboratory practice, and projects throughout the entire program. As a way to improve employment opportunities for our alumni, the program includes business development concepts as well as basic aspects of aerospatial engineering.

Schedule Flexibility

Many of our courses are offered in night or Saturday sessions. This flexibility allows our students to join the work market before graduating.

Faculty

Our professors are highly qualified to teach, with the most advanced knowledge and experience in engineering.

Laboratories and Equipment

Our facilities have the technology for our students to reinforce their knowledge through practical experiences.

Our laboratories provide practical experience in areas such as manufacturing, computer-assisted design and manufacturing, engineering materials, and computer programming. Aerospatial Engineering has an advanced MOTUS 622i flight simulator with six degrees of freedom of movement.

Courses and Credits

 

  • Concentration classes 23
  • General Engineering 6
  • Entrepreneurship 3
  • Mathematics 11
  • Basic Sciences 9
  • Socio-Humanistic

 

Total of credits required to complete the program: 71

Transferable credits for the Bachelor’s program in Mechanical Engineering 61

Accreditation

Middle state commission of Higher Education (MSCHE) www.msche.org

License

Consejo de educación de Puerto Rico (CEPR) www.ce.pr.gov