BS Engineering Technology, Manufacturing Systems (MFG SYS)

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology with a concentration in Manufacturing Systems is designed to prepare students for technical and management careers in business and industry. Manufacturing Systems prepares you for a career in manufacturing design and management. You will gain knowledge, skills, and practical experiences in innovative manufacturing processes and management, computer integrated manufacturing, robotics and control systems, and computer aided manufacturing.

This dynamic and expanding field applied computer and advanced technologies to solving problems in manufacturing systems, computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM), and computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) to basic and advanced industrial manufacturing design.

Course Requirements

Major Preparation

  • CHEM 1A - General Chemistry
  • TECH 30 - Introduction to Python Programming
  • MATH 71 - Calculus for Business and Aviation 
  • ENGR 10 - Introduction to Engineering

Program Requirements

  • TECH 20A - Computer-Aided-Graphics
  • TECH 25 - Introduction to Materials Science and Technology 
  • TECH 31 - Quality Assurance and Control 
  • TECH 41 - Machine Shop Operations and Safety
  • TECH 45 - Facilities Design & Planning 
  • TECH 46 - Manufacturing Processes I
  • TECH 60 - Introduction to Electronics
  • TECH 65 - Introduction to Networks
  • TECH 115 - Automation and Robotics
  • TECH 140 - Product Design and Prototyping
  • TECH 143 - Polymers and Composites Fabrication Technology
  • TECH 145 - Lean Manufacturing
  • TECH 146 - 3D Printing and Applications
  • TECH 147 - Manufacturing Analysis & Management
  • TECH 149 - Smart Manufacturing
  • TECH 190A - Senior Project I
  • TECH 190B - Senior Project II
  • TECH 198 - Technology and Civilization
  • ENGR 100W - Engineering Reports

Business Minor (required for this major) 

  • BUS1 20 - Financial Accounting 3 unit(s)
  • BUS2 90 - Business Statistics 3 unit(s)
  • BUS3 160 - Fundamentals of Management and Organizational Behavior 3 unit(s)
  • BUS3 186 - Professional and Business Ethics 3 unit(s) (S)

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