What is Manufacturing Engineering Technology?
The Manufacturing Engineering Technology program offers you an opportunity to build a rewarding career in advanced manufacturing. The program offers building blocks to increasingly sophisticated and higher-paying jobs. It is designed to prepare you to work as an engineering technician and first-line supervisor in manufacturing firms. You will gain the technical and interpersonal skills to lead projects across multiple disciplines in manufacturing firms. Watch this video to learn more about manufacturing at Gateway.
What are my career options?
Public utilities; building equipment contractors; machinery and equipment repair shops; electrical and electronics wholesalers; electronics and appliance retailers; motor vehicle and parts dealers; manufacturers of electrical, electronic, and transportation equipment; and Federal, State, and local government.
What are my degree, diploma, or certificate options?
|Manufacturing Engineering Technology - AAS: 57-65 Total credit hours||Academic Plan|
|Enhanced Operator I - Certificate: 6 Total Credit Hours||Academic Plan|
|Enhanced Operator II - Certificate: 8 Total Credit Hours||Academic Plan|
|Fundamentals of Mechatronics - Certificate: 6 Total Credit Hours||Academic Plan|
|Integrated Manufacturing Technologies - Certificate: 18 Total Credit Hours||Academic Plan|
|Operations Management - Certificate: 12 Total Credit Hours||Academic Plan|
|Quality Control - Certificate: 17-20 Total Credit Hours||Academic Plan|
Can I Continue My Education after Gateway?
Yes! Graduates of the Manufacturing Engineering Technology program have gone on to Northern Kentucky University, the University of Cincinnati, and several other institutions. You can go on to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Mechatronics Engineering Technology and other related fields. Learn more about Gateway’s Transfer Services and opportunities here.
Length of Program
You can earn an associate in applied science degree in two years if you maintain full-time status.
This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.