Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Degrees: A.T., B.S.

Dive into the technical content of advanced manufacturing through Millersville University’s Manufacturing Engineering Technology program.

Why Study this Program?

The Manufacturing Engineering Technology major integrates meaningful learning experiences in applied engineering, science and advanced manufacturing to provide a practical education that prepares career-ready graduates for success in a range of high-demand STEM fields. Opportunities for employment exist locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. The program is balanced with general education components so that graduates develop critical thinking, writing and communication skills.

What Will You Learn?

Students in the major are introduced to the fundamentals of engineering, materials and production processes used within industry. The program provides in-depth technical content in advanced manufacturing with an emphasis on automated manufacturing and computer integrated manufacturing.

Students design, develop and construct projects in laboratory-based courses. Specific facilities include:

  • Metallic Materials Processing
  • Non-metallic Materials Processing
  • Polymer & Ceramics
  • Advanced CADD & Rapid Prototyping
  • CADD
  • Electronics
  • Robotics & Automation
  • Fluid Power

Technologies commonly used in the industry are emphasized throughout the curriculum. Seniors are encouraged to participate in a cooperative education or internship experience to further enhance their knowledge in technical areas within an industrial environment.