Since 1988 Minnesota State University Mankato has offered a multifaceted curriculum preparing students for careers in renewables, mechanics, among other professions in Automotive Engineering Technology. Continued

The primary goal of the AET program is to provide all graduates with the solid technical foundation necessary to insure their success in a wide variety of employment opportunities. To accomplish this goal, program outcomes and objectives are defined and assessed for continuous improvement.

ABET

ABET Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission logo

The Automotive Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Automotive Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Science (BS)

The Automotive Engineering Technology degree prepares graduates for careers in product research, design and development, manufacturing, and technical sales in the original equipment and aftermarket industries.

Automotive Engineering Technology, Minor

Program requirements for the Automotive Engineering Technology Minor.

Automotive Engineering Technology, Master of Science (MS)

The Automotive Engineering Technology MS prepares graduates for careers in product research, design, and development, along with manufacturing in the original equipment and aftermarket industries.

Automotive Engineering Technology Faculty and Staff

Meet our Automotive Engineering Technology faculty and staff.

Automotive Engineering Technology Mission

The mission of the Automotive Engineering Technology (AET) degree program at Minnesota State University, Mankato, is to provide a broad-based education for graduates to enter globally competitive automotive careers to serve the citizens of Minnesota and the world.

Automotive Engineering Technology Outcomes

Outcomes for Automotive Engineering Technology graduate students.