Manufacturing engineering involves designing high quality, functional and economical products as well as designing, improving, and managing the processes and systems that manufacture those products. Manufacturing engineers also develop facilities for cost-effective and efficient production, using advanced technologies such as robotics and additive manufacturing.
Majoring in manufacturing engineering at USI includes taking classes in manufacturing, mechanics, design, and industrial processes. Students will benefit from coursework in machine design, manufacturing process, finite element analysis, and facility and material handling layout. You will develop the skills required to design and implement all aspects of manufacturing from machinery through flexible manufacturing systems.
USI's engineering courses are taught by experienced faculty—never from graduate students. In addition, our degree programs offer unique opportunities for you to tackle real-world engineering challenges, both in and out of the classroom. The highlights include:
To find out how USI's manufacturing engineering program can send you straight into an engineering job, contact USI Admissions at 800-467-1965.
Graduates in manufacturing engineering offer valuable, high-demand skills in today’s highly competitive manufacturing market. Potential employers manufacturing engineering graduates include automotive, plastics, construction equipment, and medical equipment industries.
In addition to building advanced technical skills, USI's engineering program increases your marketability by teaching highly sought workplace traits such as teamwork, writing, communication and oral presentation. You'll also have the opportunity to take business and management courses to prepare you for supervisory positions.
With USI's small class sizes, you'll get plenty of one-on-one instruction and develop strong relationships with your engineering professors.
Contact USI Admission at 800-467-1965 to learn more about USI's engineering programs.