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Manufacturing Sustainability

The focus of this program is to prepare students for conventional manufacturing processes such as: metal machining, welding technology, foundry technology, industrial plastics and maintenance technology. Courses offered include high-tech areas such as computer aided design, computer numerical controlled machining, applied electricity and electronics, industrial electronics, programmable logic controllers and process control, and industrial automation and robotics. Plant layout and material handling, and industrial supervision enable the Manufacturing and Engineering Technology graduates to achieve the competencies required to apply the latest technological advances in a given field.
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  • Manufacturing Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Process Engineer
  • Continuous Improvement/Quality Engineer

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Degree Details

Degree: Professional Science Masters
Major: Manufacturing and Engineering Technology
Concentration: Manufacturing Sustainability

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College of Graduate Studies
Derryberry Hall 306
(931) 372-3233
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