Eastern Michigan University

College Of Technology  
 

 

College Of Technology

109 Sill Hall
Ypsilanti, MI,48197
734.487.0354


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EMU Information:
734.487.1849

About the Program

The Manufacturing Engineering Technology major is closed to new students. If you are interested in this type of major please take a look at Product Design and Development Program

The Manufacturing Engineering Technology program prepares the student for the development, design, analysis, planning, supervision and construction of methods and equipment for the production of industrial and consumer goods. Students receive a unique blend of knowledge which directly corresponds to modern applications used in manufacturing. Graduates can become certified as manufacturing engineers by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.

About the Curriculum

General Education Requirements 40 Hours
  
Major Requirements 91 Hours
  
Required Courses 91 Hours

CADM122 Engineering Graphics I

CADM223 Engineering Graphics II

CHEM121/122 General Chemistry I with lab

ET100 Introduction to Engineering Technology

ELEC200 Circuit Analysis

ELEC218 Motors and Controls

MATH120 Calculus I

MATH121 Calculus II

MATH170 Elementary Statistics

MET211 Staticís

MET313 Applied Mechanics of Material

MET319 Fluid Mechanics

MFG111 Materials

MFG123 Manufacturing Processes and Methods I

MFG124 Manufacturing Processes and Methods II

MFG203 Industrial operation

MFG290 GD&T Metrology

MFG306 Plastics Processing

MFG316 Design for Manufacturing and Tooling

MFG361 Computer Numerical Control

MFG387 Cooperative Education

MFG421 Manufacturing Engineering and Analysis

MFG470 Integrated Product and Process Design

MFG490 Manufacturing Enterprise Capstone

PHY223 Mechanics and Sound

PHY224 Electricity and Light

QUAL320 Industrial Quality Control

Writing Intensive Course

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Minor Requirements 0 Hours
No minor is required
  
Program Total 131 Hours

Note:
Each student must choose a writing intensive course as part of major completion requirements. Consult your adviser for course options.

About the Faculty

>>  Dr.Dan Fields

>>  Dr.Robert Lahidji

>>  Erik Lokensgard

>>  Philip Rufe