A Manufacturing Engineering Technology Class

Manufacturing Engineering Technology

60-credit Associate of Applied Science Degree

Manufacturing engineering technology blends knowledge from multiple subject areas, such as science, math, computers and mechanical and electrical engineering to solve problems in manufacturing. Technicians are charged with assisting engineering and management in the design and development of new products and in the improvement of production processes.

In the Manufacturing Engineering Technology program, gain skills for interdisciplinary careers in high-tech manufacturing and industrial technology. Develop a broad background in many areas, including manufacturing processes, lean and Six Sigma, automated manufacturing and modern design methods.

  • Prepare for jobs such as engineering technician, process technician, quality control engineering technician or manufacturing engineering technician.
  • Incoming students may earn credit for prior learning or experiential learning credits.

Program Code 10-623-3

Required Courses

First Semester
 Course NumCourse NameCredits
 204-110 Print Media/Digital Pub I3  
 420-160 Manufacturing Processes - Cold2  
 457-110 Blueprint Reading - Fab2  
 462-104 Industrial Safety2  
 623-161 Lean Enterprise/Intro3  
 804-107 College Mathematics3+ 
Total Semester Credits
Second Semester
 Course NumCourse NameCredits
 204-112 Color Theory and Print Process2  
 439-181 SolidWorks for Tool Design 12  
 462-120 Power Systems2  
 623-162 Prin for Lean Enterprise3  
 801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm3+ 
 809-195 Economics3+ 
Total Semester Credits
Third Semester
 Course NumCourse NameCredits
 605-126 Industrial Systems3  
 623-163 J-I-T Lean Enterprise3  
 623-170 Intro to Continuous Improvment3 *
 801-136 English Composition 13+ 
 809-199 Psychology of Human Relations3  
Total Semester Credits
Fourth Semester
 Course NumCourse NameCredits
 606-114 GD&T3  
 623-164 Lean Leadership Applications3  
 623-175 Computer Assisted Prog Process3  
 623-180 Manufacturing Eng Capstone4  
 606-162 Manufacturing Process - Hot2 *
Total Semester Credits
+ (Proficiency Exam Available)
* (Prerequisites or substitutes may apply to this class.)

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Credit Transfer Opportunities

WCTC has agreements with local high schools and various four-year colleges and universities that enable students to transition more seamlessly from high school to WCTC to four-year colleges. Transcripted credit agreements provide high school students the opportunity to take WCTC courses at their high schools. Agreements with four-year colleges enable WCTC graduates in selected programs to transfer credits, often at junior-level standing. Agreements currently in place for this program are listed below.

High School Transfer Opportunities

There are currently no transcripted credit agreements for Manufacturing Engineering Tech. For more information, contact your academic advisor.

Four Year College Transfer Opportunities

Program Specific Agreements

There are currently no program specific college credit agreements for Manufacturing Engineering Tech. For more information, contact your academic advisor.

General Agreements

Program Name
Credits Awarded
Concordia UniversityAny Bachelorsfull program
Kaplan UniversityAny BachelorsVaries
Lakeland UniversityAny Bachelors Degreeup to 72
Mount Mary UniversityBachelor DegreeJunior Standing
Mount Mary UniversityBachelor DegreeJunior Standing
Ottawa UniversityBachelor of Arts or Sciencesup to 80
UW-OshkoshBS Applied Studies: Leadership and Org Studiesfull program
UW-StoutBS Career, Technical Education and Trainingup to 60
UW-StoutBS Managementup to 60
UW-WaukeshaBachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS)60 credits, Junior Status
Wisconsin Lutheran CollegeBS Business Management and Leadership50-70

UW-System Credit Transfer

If you are interested in attending a UW-campus, you should contact a transfer representative at the campus you plan to attend. You may also check credit transfer agreements between WCTC and the UW System to tell you which specific courses and general education classes may be accepted.

Important Cautionary Note:
This information is intended as a general description. Please verify the availability and details of the program that interests you with the transfer coordinator at the receiving institution.