Applied Manufacturing Engineering

The percentages of students employed within four months of graduation from this program are: 80% (Design & Automation) and 88% (Manufacturing Management) (current 5 year average).

This program is ideal for students interested in automation of industrial manufacturing, robotics, digital networks and communication, and management of computer-integrated manufacturing systems. 

Applied Manufacturing Engineering graduates have successfully obtained positions that include the following job titles:

  • automation engineer
  • manufacturing engineer
  • production engineer
  • process engineer
  • development engineer
  • project engineer
  • design engineer
  • production supervisor
  • maintenance supervisor
  • project and process consultant
  • product designer
  • production manager
  • production foreman
  • technical sales representative
  • sales manager
  • employee trainer
  • director of technical services

For specific information regarding course requirements for this program, please download an Audit Sheet for Applied Manufacturing Engineering (2018-2019)

For more information about this program, please contact Mr. Chris Marker, Department Head for the Department of Applied Engineering.