Manufacturing Engineering Technology

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Manufacturing Engineering Technology is an associate’s degree program through UC Clermont that encompasses all aspects of producing manufactured goods; from design concepts to product delivery. It includes anything that is made; from microscopic nanobots to Boeing 777s, from pencils to dialysis machines and from contact lenses to designer jeans. Manufacturing engineering technology constantly strives to improve the equipment, processes, and materials used to produce goods as well as promoting production sustainability. MET courses will be taught at Grant Career Center. Students can seek an associate’s degree or take selected courses through the College Credit Plus option.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Computer-Aided Design (CAD)

Principles of Machining

Lean Manufacturing

Plant Layout

Industrial Circuits

CAM

Rapid Prototyping

Manufacturing Process Design

Fluid & Air Power

Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) and Robotics

Introduction to Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

WHAT YOU CAN EARN

CCP College Credit: up to 37 semester hours in technical courses

OSHA-10 (1 point)

Associate’s Degree: With additional academic coursework (24 hours)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Immediate Employment

CNC Operator • CNC Programmer • CAD Operator • Machinist

With Additional Training & Education

Civil Engineer • Mechanical Engineer • Electrical Engineer • Quality Assurance Inspector