Advanced Manufacturing Technology
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology concentration prepares students for an ever-changing workplace that is increasingly driven by advanced technology.
What Will You Learn?
The Advanced Manufacturing concentration at Millersville University prepares students for an ever-changing workplace that is increasingly driven by advanced technology. Manufacturing is a matter of fundamental importance to the economic strength and national security of the United States. The new era of manufacturing is cleaner, more precise and more effective than ever before; and it requires highly skilled workers.
MU offers three courses of study for students interested in Advanced Manufacturing: an Advanced Manufacturing concentration within the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Applied Engineering and Technology Management, an Associate of Technology (A.T.) degree in Applied Engineering and Technology or a minor in Advanced Manufacturing to complement one of the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees within the Applied Engineering and Technology department.
The Applied Engineering & Technology Management degrees are accredited by The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
- Manufacturing Engineer
- Technical Sales
- Industrial Trainers
- Supervisors/Managers of Technical Operations
- Project Engineer
- Process Engineer
- Quality Engineer
- Director of Operations
- Engineering Technician
- Mechanical Designer
Clubs and Organizations
- SME (formerly the Society of Manufacturing Engineers)
- Epsilon Pi Tau (EPT)
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