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Manufacturing Engineering

In this program, you will learn about metals and other materials, industrial processes, industrial drawing practices and dimensioning, quality concepts, blueprint reading and the difference between a jig and a fixture. You will be introduced to the engineering profession through both lectures and guest speakers as you become familiar with engineering research, workplace expectations, computer applications, and problem-solving and troubleshooting techniques.

Top 3 Reasons to Choose Macomb for Manufacturing Engineering

  1. Save $18,000+ by starting here - 80% of our students leave debt free
  2. More than 190 private and transfer scholarships available
  3. What you need to succeed, including free tutoring

Manufacturing Engineering Courses at Macomb

  • Metallurgy – Characteristics of Ferrous Metals
  • Basic Blueprint Reading
  • Industrial & Materials Processes
  • Machine Theory – Machine Tool Laboratory 1
  • AutoCAD: Detailing & Assemblies
  • Metallurgy – Characteristics of Non-Ferrous Metals
  • Introduction to Engineering
  • Jig & Fixture Detailing & Design
  • Analytic Geometry & Calculus 1-3
  • Analytical Physics 1-2

Career Opportunities in Manufacturing Engineering

With an Associate of Applied Science degree in Manufacturing Engineering, you will be qualified for positions that include industrial engineering technician, mechanical engineering technician and manufacturing engineering technician. A bachelor’s degree in Manufacturing Engineering would qualify you for a position as a Manufacturing Engineer.

Transfer Pathways

The credits earned in Macomb’s Manufacturing Engineering program will transfer to many colleges and universities in Michigan.

If you intend to transfer and pursue a bachelor’s degree in Manufacturing Engineering, speak with a Macomb counselor or academic advisor as soon as possible after you have applied to Macomb to plan the best pathway.


How do I find out more about Macomb’s Manufacturing Engineering Program?

For more information, contact the Manufacturing Engineering program advisor: Professor Harry J. Buhalis, 586.445.7450.

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