Associate of Science in Manufacturing Engineering Technology

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Achieve an in-demand career in an innovative field

You deserve a career that’s both exciting and stable. Enter the world of manufacturing, where endless possibilities await! As a dynamic field full of opportunities, there’s no limit to where a manufacturing degree can take you.

Equipped to perform essential duties from assembly and automation to maintenance and design, Manufacturing Engineering Technology specialists help industries of all shapes and sizes succeed. With the potential to earn over $60,000* annually, earning your associate of science (AS) in Manufacturing Engineering Technology opens doors to rewarding career paths, including:

  • Computer and electronic product manufacturing
  • Industrial service technician
  • Machinery manufacturing
  • Robotics and automation technician
  • Transportation equipment manufacturing
  • And more!

At Goodwin University, our Manufacturing Engineering Technology program is designed for you. As you pursue your degree, you’ll gain a strong foundation in manufacturing processes and technologies — preparing you to become a sought-after professional in an in-demand field.

Pursue your personalized path to success

When it comes to education, one size does not fit all. That’s why our 61-credit Manufacturing Engineering Technology program is flexibly designed with part-time and full-time options available.

Better still, you can tailor your learning experience to your interests with one of three concentrations: Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Mechatronics, or Robotics and Automation.

Flexible learning that puts you first

At Goodwin, flexibility isn’t only about your schedule. It’s also about your time in the classroom and hands-on work in our manufacturing labs.

Our School of Business, Technology, and Advanced Manufacturing (BTAM) faculty is composed of teaching and manufacturing experts who bring years of experience into the classroom. Our manufacturing programs blend engaging instruction with the hands-on training employers seek, setting you up for success.

Moreover, through Universal Design for Learning (UDL), your instructors will help remove barriers from your academic experience — making your studies engaging and accessible. By teaching with your unique strengths and interests in mind, our faculty will make your time in class all the more meaningful.

* US Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2023

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