Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MFET)
Meet Colin Tancredi.
Graduates of the manufacturing engineering technology program are uniquely qualified to meet the automation challenges experienced by today’s most demanding industries. As you advance in the MfET program, you’ll discover how a well-planned manufacturing system incorporates people, processes, and technology. Your studies will focus on computer integrated manufacturing systems. They encompass all operations from order entry to product shipment. This can lead to significant cost reductions and better quality.
- 1,400-square-foot, fully functional, automated manufacturing laboratory
- Prepares graduates for careers in product improvement, industrial processes, and plant operations
- Stresses the application and implementation of technology using a hands-on approach with a solid foundation in mathematics and physical sciences
Your classes will focus on automation of the process, and using computers to design and manufacture, improve processes, and ensure quality control.
- Materials handing systems
- Robotic systems
- CNC machining
- Automated metrology
- Design engineer
- Development engineer
- Process engineer
- Quality engineer
- Production supervisor
- Manufacturing Engineer
- Automated manufacturing
- Flexible manufacturing systems
- Manufacturing systems simulation
- System integration
- Automatic identification
- Product lifecycle applications
- Digital manufacturing and CAD/CAM applications
- Manufacturing security
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Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, Maryland, 21202; (410) 347-7700.