Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MfgET)

Manufacturing Engineering Technologists are prepared for a variety of manufacturing positions. These include production engineer, process engineer, process development engineer, tooling design engineer, quality control engineer, and other vital manufacturing tasks.

This is a very hands-on curriculum, with a laboratory included in the majority of technical courses. The Manufacturing curriculum provides education in a variety of areas including manufacturing processes, robotics and automation, industrial controls, manufacturing tool design, computer aided design and manufacturing, engineering materials, manufacturing planning, and quality control. Interns may be exposed to multiple portions of the manufacturing process, including jig and fixture design, analysis, testing, management, and production.

Internship History


Participating Universities

MECOP currently accepts Manufacturing Engineering Technology students from the following universities:

Academic Advisors

Course Information

Internship Project Samples

  • Fixture Tool Design
  • Operations Management
  • Process Improvement

Key Course Highlights

  • General Engineering Coursework
  • Welding and Machining
  • Process Manufacturing
  • Machine Design and Tooling Design
  • Manufacturing Analysis and Planning
  • Numeric Control Programming
  • Computer Aided Machining
  • Controls and Instrumentation
  • Statistical Methods for Quality Improvement
  • Automation and Robotics
  • CAD and Solid Modeling