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The Department of Automotive and Manufacturing Engineering Technology prepares students to work in interactive, fast-paced and high demand fields. Engineering technology has been defined by American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) as a field that is oriented less toward theory and more toward practical applications. Our degree programs prepare graduates for careers in product research, design and development, manufacturing, automation and technical sales in the original equipment and aftermarket industries.
For people who are fired up about Ford, passionate about Polaris, or hog wild about Harleys, Minnesota State University's Automotive Engineering Technology Program offers the opportunity to turn passions into a profession!
Problem-solvers wanted! A vital economy requires healthy and competitive industry. Industrial leaders are looking for people who are trained and can help problem-solve the issues of modern manufacturing.
The MS AET degree program prepares graduates for careers in product design, and development, along with manufacturing in fields including passenger cars, trucks, motorcycles, recreational vehicles, vehicle emissions, fuels and lubricants and agricultural equipment.
Advanced manufacturing for 21st century requires advanced solutions. Enhance your knowledge and career by pursuing coursework and research opportunities in Automation, Robotics, Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing), Ergonomics and Computer Aided Design (CAD).
The Masters Engineering Management program will prepare you to enhance your organization’s operations and advance your career with training in Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, Project Management and Quality Control. This degree will allow you to move into management roles. It can be done 100% online.
To locate all the forms and documents you will need from the AMET department as an undergraduate or graduate student, please visit the link below. Note that these forms are also available on individual program pages.
Trafton Science Center East, 205
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Mankato, MN 56001
Schedule a visit to meet with a faculty member from our Automotive Engineering Technology or Manufacturing Engineering Technology program.