B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering Technology
This degree is designed to provide high-quality technical and academic preparation for future engineering technologists. Our primary goal is to produce Engineering Technology graduates who are technologically equipped and highly motivated to successfully compete in the modern workplace. Our program focuses on the applications of computers to solve both complex and common manufacturing problems. Qualified Engineering Technologists are in high demand by manufacturers, and positions offer great monetary compensation. MET graduates from Tarleton State University who choose to stay in the Cross Timbers area will be in a favorable geographical location to take advantage of this explosive growth in the Technical Manufacturing and Engineering industries.
Designed With You in Mind
Our courses are supplemented with a foundation of Industrial Technology and emphases in mathematics, statistics, and science. A wide range of electives compliment the degree, allowing students maximum flexibility in the following areas:
- Computer Information Systems
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To prepare for a career in the Manufacturing industry, students will work on numerous real-world manufacturing projects, often in a team setting. A Capstone course will bring together all the concepts learned by applying them to solutions of actual manufacturing problems. Numerous oral and written presentations will aid students in becoming more comfortable and proficient in their communication skills.
120 credit hours (4 years)
Not what you were looking for? Tarleton State University offers over 100 different degrees and certifications that may be of interest to you, including:
- B.S. Mechanical Engineering Technology
- B.S. Industrial Technology
- B.S. in Construction Science and Management
- B.A.A.S. Manufacturing and Industrial Management
- M.S. Quality and Engineering Management
Plan Your Future
Graduates with a B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering Technology go on to work in careers such as:
Information Systems Manager
The Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) serves Plastics Industry professionals worldwide. The goal of SPE is to provide knowledge and educational opportunities in the field of plastics and polymers. Membership in SPE is designed to help the members keep up-to-date on the latest breakthrough technologies.
Career Services offers students a wide variety of professional development opportunities that can translate into careers. A few of these programs include:
Career counseling and My Plan
And much more!
The mission of the Department of Engineering Technology is to prepare students to establish successful careers after graduation and assume leadership roles in fields such as:
Engineering Technology is a branch of the technological field which require the application of both scientific and engineering based knowledge combined with technical skills that support industry practices.
|ENGT||3313||Mechanics of Materials|
|ENGT||4326||Applications of Linear Programming and Optimization|
|ENGT||4376||Automated Manufacturing Systems|
For more information on courses, please refer to the university catalog.
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The Electromagnetic Research Facility also includes a state-of-the-art Anechoic Research Chamber.
Home to Tarleton’s School of Engineering, the $54 million facility in Stephenville is the university’s hub for education, research, and innovation in engineering, engineering technology, computer science, and construction science. It also brings together programs formerly scattered across the Stephenville campus.
The hallways build community by providing study areas, collaboration stations, open-access computers, and plenty of whiteboards available to students.
The Tarleton Society of Engineering Technology is a social, service focused, and professional society with membership open to all students in the Department of Engineering Technology. Members of TSET demonstrate an attitude of professional interest and involvement in the classroom, as well as on the Tarleton campus.
The Tarleton Industrial Development and Education Initiative's purpose is to strengthen the economy in local communities while creating, developing, and sustaining small businesses and manufacturers. TIDE offers consulting service and training programs, such as process improvement, to regional manufacturing companies. Through this initiative, we are able to offer valuable opportunities to Tarleton students as they collaborate with faculty and business professionals to address real world problems.