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
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).
For specific information regarding course requirements for this program, please download an audit sheet here.
For more information about this program, please contact Mr. Terry Marbut, Department Head for the Department of Technology and Engineering.