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Manufacturing Engineering Technology BS Undergraduate Degree Programs The Manufacturing Engineering Technology program provides graduates with solid knowledge and marketable skills in applied engineering. With a solid foundation in the sciences complemented by general technical mechanical and manufacturing courses as well as manufacturing-specific technical courses, students become adept in engineering graphics, engineering materials and mechanics, hydraulics and pneumatics, electronics and electric power, CAD/CAM, geometric tolerancing, design, and engineering economics. Students graduate with expertise in state-of-the-art computer tools used by major corporations, and their ability to solve real-world engineering problems makes them highly sought after by industry recruiters. This program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. Manufacturing Management BS Undergraduate Degree Programs The Manufacturing Management program prepares graduates to take on leadership roles in advanced manufacturing technology management. Program graduates are highly valued in both large and small manufacturing firms where they hold important positions such as technical supervising engineer, tool designer, manufacturing engineer, project engineer, quality engineer, engineering supervisor, technical engineering writer, and tool room supervisor. The program is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, & Applied Engineering. Official Certificate Program in Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma Official Certificate Programs For working professionals, program covers two contemporary management disciplines, Lean Manufacturing & Six Sigma. Graduates learn fundamental principles, tools, and methods to learn and apply Lean Manufacturing & Six Sigma to their relevant businesses to improve operations. Accounting BS Undergraduate Degree Programs Accounting is the "language of business." Managers use accounting information to help with planning, controlling, and decision-making. CCSU's accounting program prepares graduates for challenging and rewarding positions as auditors in insurance companies, manufacturing firms, state and federal agencies (including the FBI), and consulting firms. Graphics Technology BS Undergraduate Degree Programs The Graphics Technology (GTN) curriculum prepares students to enter into the rapidly changing printing and associated industries (graphic arts/graphic communications) which is ranked one of the largest manufacturing industries in the United States. This program covers: Digital pre-media, digital printing, packaging technology, color reproduction, digital photography, graphic management information systems (GMIS), press and post-press operations, as well as science and analytical mathematics, supplemental computer related courses, with business and management courses to round out the curriculum. All of the courses allow digital media content to be created and shared via computer-based publications, printed materials, interactive formats, as well as emerging digital print technologies. The graduates of this program are employed by the industry as: Network enabled Graphic Technologists, Workflow Analysts, Integrated Graphic Technologists, Creative Interactive Graphic Technologists, Management trainees, Production Supervisors, Job Planners and Estimators, Customer Service Representatives, Pre-press Technologists, and Digital Color Print Quality Coordinators. Some of the program’s graduates are owners of digital graphics, print and non-print businesses. Electronics Technology BS Undergraduate Degree Programs Electronics Technology is an applications-oriented major in applied mathematics and science, electronics principles, techniques, materials, and devices. Students acquire a management background that promotes advancement within their field. Graduates work as members of "engineering teams" in applied design, product development, installation, maintenance, manufacturing, production, or operations. They also may work in technical services, including field engineering, customer support, marketing, and sales. Graduates work in a variety of industries including manufacturing, utilities, and telecommunications. The program is accredited by Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering. Mechanical Engineering Technology BS Undergraduate Degree Programs The Mechanical Engineering Technology program provides students with relevant industrial experience within the academic environment. Students become experts in state-of-the-art computer facilities, materials testing, power transmission, fluids, automation, and manufacturing laboratories. Students also gain experience with computer software used widely in the industry, including CAD, CIM, and FEA. Companies such as Loctite, Pratt & Whitney, and Sikorsky Aircraft consistently choose our graduates for entry into competitive applied engineering positions. The program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. Mechanical Engineering BS Undergraduate Degree Programs The Mechanical Engineering program prepares students to conduct research and to develop, design, manufacture, and test tools, engines, machines, and other mechanical devices. Students will become familiar with power-producing machines such as electric generators, internal combustion engines, and steam and gas turbines, as well as power-using machines such as refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment, machine tools, material handling systems, elevators and escalators, industrial production equipment, and robots used in manufacturing. The ME major features two areas of specialization that are particularly appropriate for Connecticut: manufacturing and aerospace. Graduates enter industry in conceptual design, systems engineering, manufacturing, or product research and development in an array of fields, including developing aircraft, aircraft components, satellites, rockets, fuel cells, and vehicles. The program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering Technology BS Undergraduate Degree Programs The RMET program of study will require 130 credits of undergraduate work including a one semester senior project capstone requirement and a 400-hour summer internship in a relevant industry. This includes the General Education courses that meet all relevant requirements, totaling 42 to 48 credits. RMET program Major Requirements make up 55 credits of introductory and applied robotics and mechatronics courses, and 6 credits of advanced technical electives. This also includes an additional 24 credits of required courses in the areas of mathematics, electronics, engineering mechanics, and manufacturing provide prerequisite theory and skills for the major requirements. Finally, up to seven credits of free electives are available, to allow students to take courses that meet their professional interests as well as to fulfill total credit requirements. Mechanical Engineering MS Master's Degree Program The MS Mechanical Engineering Program helps engineers with an undergraduate degree enter a new phase in their careers. They will build technical expertise in a subset of mechanical engineering such as Manufacturing and Design, Thermo-Fluids and Energy, or Controls, Dynamics, and Aerospace Systems. Students will learn the apply their acquired knowledge and insight into professional practice. Along the way students will engage in original research, pushing the boundaries of human knowledge, and they will learn how to share their hard-won insights with the wider engineering community. By doing so they will be well positioned to address the current and future challenges facing society. Official Certificate Program in Additive Manufacturing Engineering Official Certificate Programs Official Certificate Program in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Official Certificate Programs