B.S. Manufacturing Option in Mechanical Engineering

The B.S. Mechanical Engineering with an option in Manufacturing Engineering program is designed to provide students with the necessary skills to be innovative, imaginative and integrated thinkers. Graduates from the program will be engineers who have a thorough knowledge of the entire manufacturing processes, from design through production and management. The program emphasizes a balance of analysis and application, hands-on training and experience, which is centered on real world problems.

 

 B.S. Mechanical Engineering- Manufacturing Option

    Program started: Winter Semester 1996

    First two years similar to first two years of BSME program

    BSME-Manufacturing Option shown on student transcript

    Must file an undergraduate request to change major if not declared already.

  

Career Opportunities for Manufacturing Engineers

    Manufacturing engineering students find career opportunities in industries such as automotive, aerospace, appliance manufacturing, electronics manufacturing, health care equipment manufacturing, food service, Iron and steel, and many others. Manufacturing engineers plan, develop, and optimize the processes and systems of production. They improve manufacturing productivity by developing better designs and methods of assembling, testing, and fabricating systems and products. They are very much sought after to help America regain it's manufacturing competitiveness.

  

Program Curriculum

 The Manufacturing Option Curriculum is a modification to the Mechanical Engineering Curriculum.

  

For More Information, Please Contact:

 Dr. Anthony C. Okafor

BSME-Manufacturing Option Coordinator

131 Toomey Hall

Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO 65409-0500

Phone: (573) 341-4695

e-mail: okafor@mst.edu