This interdisciplinary program was developed jointly by the Department of Physics & Technology and the Department of Business & Economics in order to address industry needs. This curriculum will allow graduates to progress professionally from engineering technology positions within a firm to positions that require analytical and financial decision-making for their employers. The program will prepare students for careers such as production team leaders, quality coordinators, new product development coordinators, production analysts, operations analysts, industrial sales specialists, among others.
The program is defined at the baccalaureate level and will be attractive to students currently working in the manufacturing sector and to those that are pursuing, or had previously completed, associate-level training in manufacturing engineering technology at Edinboro University or other specialized training at community colleges or technical schools.
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