Manufacturing Engineering

The Manufacturing Engineering program emphasizes industrial engineering applications to improve the competitiveness of the manufacturing sector of the economy. Manufacturing engineers direct and coordinate the processes for making things - from the beginning to the end. Manufacturing engineers work with all aspects of manufacturing from production control to materials handling to automation.




Related Career Titles for Manufacturing Engineering

Manufacturing Engineer

Manufacturing Manager

Process Engineer

Quality Assurance Engineer

Industrial Engineer

Manufacturing Technician

Design Engineer

General Manager

Team Leader

Production Planner

Production Operator

Mechanical Engineer

Product Engineer

Test Engineer

Systems Engineer

Engineering Manager

Program Manager

College or University Professor

High School Teacher


Stock Broker

Technical Writer

Technical Recruiter

Assembly Engineer 




Industries That Hire Manufacturing Engineering Majors

Aerospace Product and Parts Manufacturing

Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting Services

Building Contractors

Chemical Companies

Communication Services

Computer and Electronic Products Manufacturing

Computer Systems Design/Computer Consulting

Consulting Services

Electrical Equipment, Appliance, & Component Manufacturing

Employment Services

Engineering Services

Financial Services

Federal Government

State and Local Government

Investigation & Security Services

Medical Equipment & Supplies Manufacturing

Mining Services

Museums, Historical Sites, & Similar Institutions

Paper Manufacturing

Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing

Pharmaceutical Companies

Plastics & Rubber Products Manufacturing

Printing & Related Support Activities

Soap, Cleaning Compound, & Toilet Preparations

Textile Mills

Colleges and Universities

High Schools


Transportation Services

Transportation Equipment


Wholesale Trade

Wood Products



Web Sites for Manufacturing Engineering Majors

What is Manufacturing?

EngineeringNet - Manufacturing Engineering

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