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Manufacturing Engineering Technology

(MET) degree program

A prominent Northwest industry executive recently gave this as the reason he hires so many Manufacturing Engineering Technology grads from Oregon Tech: "They hit the ground running." That's because our faculty has professional experience and our program is supported by key industries. These connections ensure that we can offer up-to-the-minute, state-of-the-art instruction. At Oregon Tech, manufacturing majors learn modern manufacturing processes, including how to select materials for production, work with basic and advanced hardware and technology, and become adept at using computer-based engineering design and manufacturing tools.


Degrees Offered

Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Locations

Klamath Falls
Wilsonville
Seattle

About Our Program

Manufacturing engineers combine technology and management principles to design facilities, machinery and processes that meet business goals. They must understand the theory and applications of computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD & CAM), computer simulation, robotics, electrical and fluid power, motion control, integrated control systems, machine design, facilities design, tool design and process analysis and design. Manufacturing engineers will continue to play a key role in maintaining America's competitive advantage in world markets.

ABET ETAC

Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.

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Typical Degree Courses

MFG-ET Classes


Fundamentals
Calculus
Physics
Chemistry
Machining/Welding
Material Science

CAD/CAM/CAE


Drafting
Computer Aided Design
Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing
Solid modelling
Parametric modelling
Computer Aided Manufacturing

Solid Mechanics


Statics
Strength of Materials
Machine Element Design

Manufacturing Core


Manufacturing Processes
Process Analysis & Planning
Metrology
Statistical Process Control
Manufacturing Tool Design

Controls


Fundamentals of Electric Circuits
Electric Power Systems
Controls & Instrumentation
Robotics
Numeric Control Programming

Student Profile

Erin MacDonald

Erin MacDonald

Class of 2014

After working as a machinist for a few years, I wanted to get my degree at a school that works closely with industry...