Program Educational Objectives  

  1. Service—Exercise faith in God, and maintain high standards of personal integrity through lifelong service to family, church, profession, and community.
  2. Leadership—Provide leadership in their chosen field of endeavor through effective interpersonal, communication, and teamwork skills.
  3. Problem Solving—Integrate fundamentals of engineering and technology to solve manufacturing challenges.
  4. Lifelong Learning—Maintain currency in their field through continued learning and improvement.

Student Outcomes  

  1. Fundamentals—Apply knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the discipline.
  2. Design—Design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the discipline.
  3. Manufacturing—Determine appropriate manufacturing solutions, including methods and processes, to produce a product.
  4. Communication—Apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly-defined technical and non-technical environments; and identify and use appropriate technical literature.
  5. Analysis—Conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and analyze and interpret the results to improve processes.
  6. Teamwork—Function effectively as a member as well as a leader on technical teams.
  7. Ethics - Recognize ethical responsibilities in engineering technology disciplines. 

Laptop Requirements

Students are expected to have a laptop running a 64-bit Microsoft Windows operating system with at least 16 GB of RAM. Students who prefer to use a Mac will be required to also install a Microsoft Windows operating system on their laptop. The University Help Desk can help students understand the hardware requirements and various options and costs associated with installing a Windows operating system on a Mac.

Academic Catalog

Requirements for graduation with a B.S. degree in manufacturing engineering technology are found in the course catalog.

Recommended Course Sequence

Use the following flowcharts to assist you in planning your path to graduation.

Manufacturing Engineering Technology Faculty Mentors

Every student is assigned a faculty mentor to assist them in reaching their academic and career goals. Your faculty mentor can answer your questions and make recommendations regarding course sequencing and elective course selection, career options, preparing to enter the workforce, and applying to graduate schools. To find your faculty mentor, log on to your My BYU-Idaho account. They will be listed in the "Academic Summary" section.

 

Enrollment and Degree Data

Academic Year

Enrollment Year

Total

Degrees Awarded

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Bachelors

2020-2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019-2020

25

24

18

11

78

3