Manufacturing Engineering Technology

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The Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MET) program is a broad-based general science degree designed to prepare students for careers in the chemical processing industry, manufacturing, and advanced technology.

Graduates from the MET program have five options; (1) transfer to a four-year engineering program, (2) transfer to a 4-year engineering technology program, (3) seek employment as an engineering technician, (4) seek employment as a process technician, research technician, laboratory technician or (5) transfer to a four-year school offering a BS in Technology. The program complies with the American Chemical Society's voluntary standards and with the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology in Engineering Technology.

What Will I Learn?

Graduates from this program will have a solid foundation in mathematics, physics, and chemistry combined with a good understanding of the equipment and technology associated with the operation of the manufacturing industry.

What Can I Do with This Course of Study?
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Manufacturing Engineering Technology (AAS)Degree Plan