Minor in Manufacturing Engineering Technology

There are approximately 9,500 manufacturing companies in the state of Georgia alone. A minor in Manufacturing Engineering Technology gives students the skill set to become successful Manufacturing Engineers, a profession with excellent starting pay and highly sought after by companies. Not only do students learn and apply different manufacturing processes, but they gain valuable knowledge in project management and Six Sigma & Lean Manufacturing.

Note: Not available to MET students with a concentration in Manufacturing.


KSU(name minor) students in the classroom

Program Snapshot

Required Courses
Students must take the following three courses:

  • MET 1311: Manufacturing Processes
  • MET 1800: CNC Machining
  • MET 2800: CNC Programming

Select three additional courses from the following:

  • EDG 4224: Engineering Design Graphics for Custom Manufacturing
  • IET 3407: Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing
  • MET 3331: Tool Design
  • MET 3332: Rapid Design and Manufacture
  • MET 4342: Numerical Control of Machines
  • IET 4135: IET Project Management

Total Number of Credit Hours: 17


Department of Engineering Technology

Kennesaw State University
Department of Engineering Technology
840 Polytechnic Lane
Engineering Technology Center, Building Q
Room #Q-236, MD #9070
Marietta, GA 30060

Phone: 470-578-7274

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