Manufacturing Technology program provides training that
prepares students to set and operate manufacturing equipment, handle
inspection devices, analyze production problems, and move into supervision
of manufacturing. The program provides a balance between practical
training in manufacturing processes and technical education in
manufacturing analysis, planning, and control with supporting emphasis in
communications, mathematics, science and business. Students obtain a strong background in
machining, engineering graphics, material handling and processing, computers
(CADD/CAM, CIM, CNC), manufacturing analysis and planning, and leadership skills.
requirements for degree seeking students in the Engineering
Technology program include:
Compass scores of 68 or higher in English, 73 or higher in
Reading, and 46 or higher in Math (Algebra), or qualify for
MathPT 137, English 101, and Communications 101.
Enrollment priority will be given students on the basis of
student’s advising date.