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Earn your Bachelor’s Degree in Manufacturing Management

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Classes on your schedule

Classes are offered days and evenings.

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In-demand careers

There are over 4,000 manufacturing companies in CT.

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Acquire the skills employers are seeking

Our program will teach you the manufacturing management skills you need to succeed.

Prepare for a career in manufacturing management

Get yourself noticed and learn the skills that industry employers are seeking — with your Bachelor of Science degree in Manufacturing Management. You will learn how to manage people, processes, and equipment in a manufacturing environment.

At Goodwin, we share your passion for innovation. That’s why our manufacturing program provides opportunities for hands-on learning with today’s most advanced technology.

Flexible Manufacturing Management degree

Day and evening classes are available in on-campus and hybrid formats. Most classes are offered in a standard 15‑week format, while some classes are offered in an accelerated 7‑week format.

Financing manufacturing education

At Goodwin, there are many kinds of financial aid available to students, including grants and scholarships that don’t have to be paid back, student loans that will have to be repaid, and work-study opportunities that provide a regular paycheck. Dedicated financial aid advisors will work with you to create a financial aid package that works for you and your budget.

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Manufacturing Management program curriculum

Learn the skills needed to succeed in the field including, the supervision of manufacturing processes; management of human and mechanical resources within budgetary and schedule restraints; oversight of lean and green manufacturing processes; and assurance of industrial safety, team dynamics, purchasing, and excellent customer service.

Coursework includes:

BMM 110 Technology in Advanced Manufacturing
ACC 225 Manufacturing Accounting
BMM 350 Six Sigma Green Belt Training
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Upon completion of your manufacturing management degree, you may find success in the following careers/professions:

  • Customer service representative
  • First-line supervisor
  • Manufacturing supervisor
  • Production controller
  • Production planner
  • Purchasing agent, etc.

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Start classes May 6!