What is Manufacturing Engineering?

The field of manufacturing engineering is focused on understanding and applying engineering procedures in manufacturing processes and production methods. From planning the practices of manufacturing to producing and inspecting tools used in machines, if you enjoy working with machines, are detail oriented, and enjoy solving problems, this could be the career path for you.

Students in this program learn to prepare drawings using Computer-Aided Design (CAD) program and produce parts on a variety of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) equipment. They also complete a design from start to finish in this program. At Terra State, our Manufacturing Engineering students are analytical thinkers and problem solvers. Does this describe you?

Career Opportunities

Graduates of a Manufacturing Engineering program can find careers in a variety of areas such as CAD technician, mechanical designer, and machinist. Learn more about some of these below or check out the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

What degree or certificate can I earn?

What style of classes are offered in the Manufacturing Engineering program?

Most classes are in class due to their nature, such as machining. Some are offered online such as safety, CAD and blueprint reading.

Does Terra State have degree transfer options for other programs?

Click here to see Terra State’s other Degree Transfer Options

Meet our Manufacturing Engineering faculty

Our Manufacturing Engineering faculty are happy to answer any questions you have about the program.

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