Our Wilsonville Campus offers an ABET accredited Bachelor of Science degree in Manufacturing Engineering Technology.
The Manufacturing Engineering Technology program is supported by key industries that provide advice to ensure that the program gives you a state-of-the-art education. Industrial scale computers, robots, manufacturing equipment and numerical control machines are all integrated into laboratories, bringing engineering theory alive through hands-on application.
About Our Program
The Oregon Tech Bachelor of Science degree completion program in Manufacturing Engineering Technology affords employed technicians, and transfer students the opportunity to attain a bachelor's degree in a minimum number of years while continuing in their technical positions. It takes full advantage of prior education that may have been attained in a community college, technical institute of other university.
The extended program has the quality and credibility that employers expect of Oregon Tech. The program makes maximum use of learning opportunities at nearby partner colleges and within the manufacturing environment.
Why a degree from Oregon Tech?
Oregon Tech's Manufacturing classes are offered in the evening, one night a week to minimize commuting. The core classes are on a three-year cycle.
You will train on sophisticated equipment, including the latest design and manufacturing software running on personal computers and advanced engineering workstations and a concurrent engineering center, in which high-end software is used from end to end, including configuration, FEA and NC tool path.
Most of our equipment was acquired through grants and donations from industry and scientific organizations.
As an Oregon Tech manufacturing major, you will understand modern manufacturing processes, learn how to select materials for productions, work with basic and advanced hardware and technology and become adept at using computer-based engineering design tools. For Oregon Tech Wilsonville students, the Senior Projects are usually projects that the students do on their jobs, with visitations from Oregon Tech faculty and coordinated with their supervision.