The proposed certificate provides fundamental knowledge and practical skills for subtractive manufacturing and the quality assurance concept for general manufacturing industry. With the certificate, a student should be able to start his or her career in mechanical or industrial engineering technician positions with a chance to move into quality assurance expert jobs or become lean manufacturing specialists. Also, since all of required courses can be applied to the manufacturing concentration of mechanical engineering technology (MET), a student can come back to MSU Denver to pursue a BS degree in MET in the future.
Non-Degree Seeking Students
Non-degree seeking students need to be aware of their application process: https://msudenver.edu/admissions/student-types/non-degree/
Financial aid is not available for non-degree seeking students.
Students can contact the College of Professional Studies at 303-615-1099 for advising.
Completion of this certificate does not guarantee admission into any Engineering and Engineering Technology undergraduate program.
Academic policies and the Student Code of Conduct will be employed to all MSU Denver students, regardless of level. Access the Student Code of Conduct.
- Total: 25 credits
Students have 19 required credit hours and choose 6 credit hours of electives
In addition, there are 6 credit hours of ancillary pre-requisites that are not counted in this certificate - check all required and elective courses for these ancillary pre-requisites
Some courses might require additional prerequisite(s). Please refer to the University Catalog for additional information