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Work in mechanical engineering applies ysics and engineering principles for the generation, integration, transmission, and utilization of heat and mechanical power. You can design tools, engines, machines and other mechanically functioning equipment.




Self-directed lifelong learners (SDLLs) soon find there is little, if any, necessary distinction between mechanical engineering and mechanical engineering technology. The two terms grow out of conventional career descriptions and the academic preparation for those careers. SDLLs aren't bound by those conventions.




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Are you aware of every sub-discipline in the category of engineering technology? Perhaps not.


You might discover something very exciting that you didn't know existed!


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