This program provides the student with solid knowledge and skills in the area of applied engineering. Manufacturing Engineers create and implement the manufacturing build plan in order to take engineering designs from the drawing board to product delivery. The manufacturing build plan includes defining the requirements for facilities, equipment, special machinery, tooling, materials, manpower, and processes required to produce all of the detail parts and assemblies to make the final product. Manufacturing Engineering takes a leading role in the creation, maintenance, and improvement of the processes used in the production of every manufactured product in industry today.
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Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program you will be able to:
- Apply proper data collection and analysis tools to analyze production and quality processes.
- Employ continuous improvement tools and methods to manufacturing and quality environments.
- Employ proper methods for the creation and interpretation of engineering drawings.
- Demonstrate methods and techniques to ensure the safety and productivity in manufacturing field.
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