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Bachelor of Science
Manufacturing Engineering Technology (B.S.)
Graduates in Manufacturing Engineering Technology work closely with engineers and scientists to create cost-effective solutions to manufacture a wide range of products, taking each design from initial creation to a finished project.
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The Manufacturing Engineering Technology degree is a good fit for students who want to work in an engineering discipline but also want experience working with production equipment. MET students will learn some of the tools needed to make a company’s products better, faster, and less expensive.

Students will experience different manufacturing methods and materials used within the discipline. They will learn to use technical drawings, design software, and computerized machinery to create and refine manufacturing processes that produce a specified physical part from raw materials.

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Highlighted Career Paths

Graduates with a degree in Manufacturing Engineering Technology have a wide array of rewarding careers before them. Check out some of the top careers students get with this degree or explore more career options in I-Plan.
Manufacturing Engineering
A manufacturing engineer works to implement process improvements that improve part quality, reduce cycle time, and decrease the cost of manufactured goods. Manufacturing engineering positions are in various industries, including aerospace, automotive, agriculture, and sporting goods.
Engineering Technician
An engineering technician uses applied mathematics and science tools to assist engineers with designing products and improving manufacturing methods used in their creation. Job duties vary depending on the industry in which the engineering technician is employed.

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