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Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)

Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Learn about manufacturing process planning and improvement, structure design and analysis, and system control and analysis from both technical and managerial points of view.

Current Student Inquiries:

Phone:
+1 905.525.9140 x 27174
Office:
ETB 509
Future Student Information

Overview

Our unique “diploma to degree” program is tailor-made for college graduates wishing to upgrade their education and further their careers. All eligible program entrants receive two years’ worth of advanced credit from their previously completed college diploma or university degree.

There are 24 courses required to complete your 4 year McMaster University degree. 17 core technical courses cover advanced math, fluids, materials, thermodynamics, metal forming, fabrication and micro manufacturing, quality control and assurance, programming, and lean manufacturing. Seven management courses complement your studies.

Graduates are ideal candidates for engineering, project management, and supervisory roles that require a technical background. They commonly work in industrial fields such as automotive, aerospace or energy, and often work with ultra-precision and medical devices.

Sample Careers:

  • Project Engineer, Husky Injection Molding Systems
  • Product Manager, Polaw Racking
  • Sr. Analyst – Manufacturing Engineer, Hitachi Construction Truck Mfg. 

Further Study:

  • M.A.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, McMaster University
  • M.A.Sc., BioMechanical Engineering, University of Waterloo
  • M.Eng., Mechanical, University of Waterloo
  • Ph.D, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Lakehead University

Program Structure

A flexible evening and weekend schedule runs for 12 months of the year (3 semesters), giving students the option to work full-time while completing the program.

2017 FALL TIMETABLES
MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

2018 WINTER TIMETABLES
MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

2018 SPRING/SUMMER TIMETABLES
MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Required Courses:
ENGTECH 3CT3 - System Analysis and Controls
ENGTECH 3MA3 - Mathematics V
ENGTECH 3ML3 - Strength of Materials
ENGTECH 3SD3 - Statics and Dynamics
ENGTECH 3SP3 - Structure and Properties of Materials
ENGTECH 4FA3 - Finite Element Analysis
ENGTECH 4MA3 - Advanced Mathematics
ENGTECH 4TF3 - Mechanics of Fluids
ENRTECH 3TD3 - Thermodynamics
GENTECH 3EE3 - Engineering Economics
GENTECH 3FS3 - Financial Systems
GENTECH 3MP3 - Management Principles
GENTECH 4PM3 - Project Management
GENTECH 4SE3 - Technology Ethics and Sustainability
MANTECH 3LS3 - Quality Control and Assurance Methods
MANTECH 3MF3 - Micro Manufacturing and Fabrication
MANTECH 4DA3 - Design and Advanced Manufacturing
MANTECH 4ED3 - Engineering Design Process and Sustainability
MANTECH 4FM3 - CIM and Flexible Manufacturing
MANTECH 4MM3 - Design and Manufacturing of Machine Elements
MANTECH 4PM3 - Production Management
MANTECH 4RM3 - Robot Mechanics and Mechatronics
WHMIS 1A00 - Introduction to Health and Safety

Management Electives (choose 2 of the following 7)
GENTECH 3DM3 - Creativity, Innovation and Technology
GENTECH 3EN3 - Entrepreneurial Thinking and Innovation
GENTECH 3TC3 - Technical Communications
GENTECH 4EM3 - Legal and Regulatory Issues
GENTECH 4LM3 - Lean Thinking and Practices
GENTECH 4SF3 - Strategic Management
GENTECH 4ST3 - Contemporary Issues In Management

Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements

Applicants must hold an advanced technology diploma (3 year) or equivalent in related technology field with a minimum cumulative GPA of 75% in one of the following fields: 

  • Chemical Engineering Technology 
  • Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology 
  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology 
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology

Additional Notes: 

  •  If your cumulative GPA is between 70-75%, or if it has been more than 10 years since you completed your qualifying education, please consider applying to the Technology Certificate program which, upon completion, may qualify you for admission into the B.Tech. Degree Completion program.
  •  Applicants with educational backgrounds equivalent to those completing advance level college diplomas, including internationally educated applicants, will be considered on an individual basis and are encouraged to apply.
  • You must submit transcripts for ALL post-secondary work that you have completed (i.e. at a university or college in Canada or internationally), including work in any non-technology field completed prior to or after your advanced diploma.

Eligible College Partner Programs

A list of eligible college partner programs can be found here.

How to Apply

1. Review your eligibility for the program in the Admission Requirments tab. If you don’t see your program listed, please contact us at thinkeng@mcmaster.ca. Those who must begin in the Technology Certificate program can find application information here.

2. Fill out the online application: www.ouac.on.ca/105 (enter Program Code - MET and select your area of interest)

3. If you have not already done so through your OUAC application, please send official post-secondary transcripts directly from your institution to:

Admissions Office, Gilmour Hall, Room 108 McMaster University 
1280 Main Street West Hamilton, ON L8S 4L8

Submit transcripts for all post-secondary work, regardless of when it was completed or what field your studies were in.

  • Applicants with international credentials must have their transcripts evaluated by World Education Services (www.wes.org/ca). We require a WES course-by-course with an overall GPA assessment to be completed and sent to McMaster.
  • High school transcripts are NOT required.

4. Complete the required Supplementary Form  . Please email your completed form to thinkeng@mcmaster.ca.

 When to Apply

Term 
Application Deadline
Winter November 15, 2017
Spring/Summer April 1, 2018
Fall July 15 2018

Not finished college yet? In order to finalize your admission, we require final transcripts and indication that an advanced diploma has been granted. For this reason, students cannot begin in the term immediately following college studies.

Co-op and Experiential Learning

Gaining relevant co-op experience is an essential part of earning a B.Tech. degree. This required program 8 month co-op component will allow students to gain valuable work experience and career connections.

While support and guidance is available through the Engineering Co-op and Career Services to assist students with searching for jobs, resume writing and interviewing skills, it is ultimately the responsibility of the student to satisfy the co-op program requirement.

Students who have completed college work terms or who have work experience in a related field can be assessed for a waiver for the co-op requirement.

For further information, visit the co-op website »

students working in project modelling lab

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