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The assembly line was a huge manufacturing advancement when it was implemented by the Ford Motor Company. Since that time manufacturing has grown by leaps and bounds, now using complex computer systems and robotics to do the jobs of what people used to do. Behind these advanced systems are Manufacturing Engineers.

Manufacturing Engineering students take classes in statistics, physics, product systems, nanotechnology, bio-optics, and computer science to acquire the skills to develop systems and customize machines to improve the manufacturing process. Upon graduation, students will be able to analyze processes to improve efficiency and ensure materials and energy are not wasted during manufacturing.

Required Skills

Students who are successful in Manufacturing Engineering often have a strong background in math and science. Since this career requires professionals to develop solutions to manufacturing issues or create unique systems, strong analytical and critical thinking skills are necessary. Students must also be creative and have teamwork skills that allow them to collaborate with others from different professions.

Most Manufacturing Engineering graduates work full time. Although the majority of work is done in an office setting, professionals must also travel to observe manufacturing problems and assess what solution may work best.

Internships, or participation in cooperative engineering programs that give students the ability to work and gain school credit at the same time, are extremely beneficial. Employers value relevant experience, plus these opportunities give students the chance to work hands-on in their desired fields.

While a bachelor's degree in Manufacturing Engineering will allow students to find good jobs, those who pursue their master's degree will have the option to become professors, conduct research and development, and possibly pursue higher paying jobs.

Careers

Graduates in Manufacturing Engineering pursue careers at different occupations that use manufacturing. These include automobile, aeronautic, medical, and other companies and businesses. Since this degree is not specialized in one field, graduates have multiple career choices.

Although the field is growing at a slower than average pace, graduates should be able to find jobs after graduation since the degree does not limit students to a specific industry. Those who have previous experience will be more competitive when searching for jobs.

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