Automotive and Manufacturing Engineering Technology (AMET) Labs

The AMET Department teaches theory, communication, research, and technical skills using lecture, group projects, and lab assignments. Innovative teaching methods and new technology applications require continuous updating of facilities. Fortunately, because of Minnesota State University's commitment and the faculty's success in securing equipment and research grants, the AMET Department is able to provide state-of-the-art classroom and lab facilities.

The AMET classrooms range in size from 20 to 40 seats and are assigned based upon the expected enrollment and special equipment needs for the course. 

The labs in the AMET Department offer a wide range of technical equipment to support the AMET curriculum. The labs receive extensive use in all the technical, science and specialty AMET courses. In addition to the AMET labs, the basic science areas of physics, chemistry and computer science utilize their own dedicated laboratories for the courses required by AMET Programs.



Students needing after-hours access to labs, complete the following and submit to our department office, TE 205.

After-Hours Lab Access Form