The undergraduate level certificate program in manufacturing engineering builds skills and knowledge required to meet the current and future needs of the manufacturing industry. Multiple projects with hands-on experience are central to the specialized curriculum in manufacturing technology, with an emphasis on engineering theory and practical applications through processes, materials, and products. Completion of the certificate program prepares students for employment as a technician or engineer in the manufacturing industry.
Courses are available either at the Moon Township campus or at the Energy Innovation Center in the Lower Hill. The standalone program can be completed in one year and does not require a college degree. All 18 credits can be transferred to an RMU undergraduate degree in Manufacturing Engineering or Engineering.
Manufacturing Engineering Certificate (UG)
- ENGR2160 Engineering Graphics [Fall Semester]
- ENGR2180 Engineering Materials [Spring Semester]
- ENGR3600 Production Engineering [Fall Semester]
- ENGR4801 Rapid Prototyping and Reverse Engineering [Fall Semester]
- ENGR3650 Product and Tool Design [Spring Semester]
- ENGR4950 Integrated Engineering Design [Spring Semester]
These are some of the classes for students in this academic program: