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Manufacturing Engineering Technologist Overview

Use your science and math skills in the growing manufacturing sector. The Manufacturing Engineering Technologist program provides training for those seeking a career in engineering and engineering technology in support of metal fabrication, plastics processing, and consumer products manufacturing and assembly.

You will gain the following skills:

  • Quality assurance and process control
  • Evaluation of safety rules & regulations
  • Additive manufacturing
  • Monitoring and measurement of manufacturing processes
  • Application of 3D design software
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Application of engineering principles to design for manufacturability

This program allows students to complete their education in two years and begin their manufacturing career.

Advanced Placement Opportunities

This program has an advanced placement entry option. Advanced placement is an opportunity for graduates of a related program to further their education. Learn more about advanced placement for this program.

  Scholarships Available

CVTC offers up to $5,000 scholarships to students enrolled full-time in STEM programs who exhibit academic talent and financial need. Learn more about this scholarship and apply

Career Opportunities

Cost Estimating Engineer

Drafting Designer

Engineering Technician

Manufacturing Engineering Technician

Mechanical Designer

Quality Technician

Just the Facts

Manufacturing Engineering Technologist
62 Credit Associate Degree

Length of Program //
Two Years

Delivery Method //

Program Location //
Eau Claire

Start Dates //
August

   Financial Aid Eligible

   Non-Traditional Occupation

Estimated Program Cost 

Term 1

$

2,257

Term 2

$

2,424

Term 3

$

2,418

Term 4

$

2,234

Books

$

2,356

Estimated Total:  $11,689

 

  Earn credit for prior learning! Do you have previous educational or work experience in the field? You could be eligible to receive credit for prior learning. Explore your options today!

Program Courses

These are a few of the courses you will take in the Manufacturing Engineering Technologist program.

Blueprint Reading
Topics include orthographic projection and sketching, pictorial drawings, standard line types, title blocks, dimensioning, tolerancing, surface texture, threads, gearing design, section views, materials of the trade, computer-aided drafting (CAD), and computer automation used in manufacturing.

Solid Modeling I
This course introduces students to the concepts and commands required to develop 3-D solid models using SolidWorks software.

Solid Modeling II
Students will develop complex parametric models, assemblies, and working drawings, and apply drawing standards, materials, and tabulated dimensions.

Earn Credentials Along the Way

Career Pathways 

Career Pathways are a clear, manageable way to access education that provides employer-recognized, stackable credentials tied to specific jobs, education, and career progression. Career Pathways are beneficial to high school students and teachers, parents, adult students, and employers. Learn more about Career Pathways.

Technical Diplomas

Manufacturing Quality

Manufacturing Engineering Technologist Outcomes

Are you looking to advance your career, learn a new skill, or try something new? CVTC offers a wide variety of courses from beekeeping to leadership training and everything in between. Courses provided include for-credit and non-credit courses.

// Program Outcomes

 

75%
Employed

75% of our recent Manufacturing Engineering Technologist graduates get a job in the industry.

 

$41K
Yearly Salary

Our recent Manufacturing Engineering Technologist graduates reported an average starting salary of $41,215.

 

37
Regional Jobs

There are 37 job openings in the CVTC district for the Manufacturing Engineering Technologist industry.

 

Transfer
Credits to Other Institutions

Transfer your CVTC credits to another institution to continue your education. Explore transfer agreements.

 

Focus On Student Success

I love doing the 3D modeling and the hands-on activities. We make prototypes and do reverse engineering where we take something apart that’s been made before and see how it goes together and works.

Shawn, Manufacturing Engineering Technologist Student

Related Programs & Certificates

Whether you're looking to continue your learning to another program or to gain continuing education credit, CVTC offers a variety of learning opportunities for students.
 

Degrees & Diplomas

Manufacturing Quality, Technical Diploma

Continue Your Learning

CVTC can help you achieve your learning goals whether you are looking to advance your career or enrich your personal life.

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