1 quarter pathway and bs manufacturing engineering in Western washington university
Western Washington University
Western's Manufacturing Engineering program develops industry proficiencies with the help of intensive laboratory components spread throughout its courses. Through laboratory experiences, students learn to apply theoretical knowledge learned in the classroom to solve practical, application-based problems in manufacturing. The Manufacturing Engineering curriculum is based on the Society for Manufacturing Engineering's Four Pillars: Materials & Manufacturing Processes; Product, Tooling, & Assembly Engineering; Manufacturing Systems & Operations; and Manufacturing Competitiveness. The International Year program will provide you with the solid foundation you need to be successful in your university degree.
A secondary certification or passed an appropriate external exam, An essay, Official academic credentials, TOEFL ibT of 80, a minimum IELTS score of 6.5, Official secondary school credentials with certified English translations when necessary, Statement of Financial Responsibility, ACT or SAT .
Modeling & Analysis Using CAD or CAM or CAE, Design & Fabrication of Products, Tooling, and Equipment, Supervising, Operation, Improvement, and Maintenance of Production Systems