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WKU Manufacturing Engineering Technology Program

Manufacturing Engineering Technology Program

The Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MET) program prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and advanced manufacturing technical skills in support of industrial operations. The major includes instruction in optimization theory, human factors, organizational behavior, industrial processes, industrial planning procedures, computer applications, quality, and technical document preparation. Graduates achieve positions of leadership in business and industry while practicing innovation in the global marketplace.

The major in Manufacturing Engineering Technology (reference number 5006) leads to a Bachelor of Science degree. A minor or second major is not required. Course requirements for the major are shown in the PDF below. Students should consult with an advisor while planning their course schedules and career goals.

The WKU Manufacturing Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering, ATMAE, http://www.atmae.org/

 

Program Information:

Four-year degree program 

Pre-requisite Table

Program Flow Chart

Program Grade Requirements

Colonnade Program Information

Pre-Major to Major Transition Requirements

 

 

Student Organization: ATMAE

Program Coordinator:  Bryan Reaka, Ph.D., Associate Professor

                                        270-745-7032 

                                        EST 209

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 Last Modified 8/15/17