B.S. in Sustainable Manufacturing
This multidisciplinary program is designed to prepare men and women to meet the growing need for manufacturing professionals. The curriculum emphasizes laboratory experiences organized to provide students with a working knowledge of traditional and computer-aided design and production tools. The program is built on a foundation of lower-division math, science, economics, and manufacturing concepts. Upper-division manufacturing technology (MFGT) classes integrate the foundation into a unified body of knowledge on the management of materials, processes, costs, and personnel. In addition to this core curriculum, the program currently offers a range of lab courses in three high demand areas: Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, Metals Processing and Polymer/Plastics Processing. The Manufacturing Technology Program is professionally accredited by the National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT) and the Foundry Educational Foundation (FEF).