Applied Manufacturing Engineering: Manufacturing Management

Manufacturing Management Student

The bachelor of science in Applied Manufacturing Engineering with a concentration in Manufacturing Management is perfect for students interested in supervising and managing the functional manufacturing systems in organizations, ensuring industrial operations are carried out according to established standards. This degree is well-suited for students with an interest in production and inventory control, facilities planning, industrial ergonomics, motion and time study, employee
training, and employer-employee relations.

Potential Careers

  • Production Manager
  • Manufacturing Engineer
  • Process Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Logistics Engineer
  • Project Engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Research & Development Engineer

Median Annual Salary

Production Manager $103,380
Manufacturing Engineer $87,040
Process Engineer $87,049
Industrial Engineer $87,040
Logistics Engineer $74,600

*Median annual salaries are from The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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The bachelor of science program in Applied Manufacturing Engineering is accredited by ATMAE.