Department of Manufacturing & Systems Engineering
Manufacturing Systems Engineering focuses on design, decision making, operations, project management, applied statistics, and modern manufacturing methods.
You’ll learn about the complex interdependence between the plastic and composite process, materials, tooling and part design, along with the many types of plastics and the properties that differentiate plastics from other materials.
You’ll gain knowledge in manufacturing processes, including: process planning, tool and machine design, material selection and treatment, process automation, manufacturing resource planning, six Sigma methods and tools, and lean manufacturing.
Gain expertise in these areas of study: welding, manufacturing, design, structural, metallurgical, quality assurance and electrical
The Product Design and Development: An Engineering Technology (PDD) degree will prepare graduates with knowledge, problem solving ability, and hands on skills to enter careers in drafting and basic design of mechanical/manufacturing components.
The Graduate Institutional Certificate in Quality and Lean Manufacturing prepares students to take the ASQ green belt certification exam or to go on in the MSETM program at Oklahoma State University.
The Industry-based Post-Bachelor’s Certificate in Systems Engineering and Sustainable Engineering is a launching point for gainful employment in the aerospace/manufacturing workplace, professional certification within the International Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE), and continuing education toward a Master of Science in Systems Engineering.
The AAS in General Technology is a college degree program designed for students who complete an approved minimum 900-hour technical-specialty certificate from Davis Technology College (Davis Tech) or Ogden-Weber Technology College (O Tech).
The AAS Controls Technology degree is a stackable pathway from the local ATC programs in Industrial Automation
Maintenance Technician (IAMT).