The engineering technology bachelors programs at Weber State University are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. For more information, please refer to the link above.
At Weber, we teach the practical skills you need to apply science and engineering in solving real-world problems.
The electronics engineering technology curriculum focuses on producing and designing electronics systems, including DC and AC circuits, photovoltaic systems and more.
Design, develop and analyze
manufacturing production systems and
facilities.Learn about metal processing,
lean manufactoring systems, and computer
Design and development of mechanical devices and systems across a wide spectrum of industries such as transportation, aerospace, biotechnology, electronics, robotics, power generation, renewable energy, environmental control and manufacturing.
As a mechanical engineering technology student, you’ll learn: problem solving, engineering analysis, high-tech software tools, computer-aided design (CAD), finite element analysis (FEA), materials testing and manufacturing processes.
You’ll learn about the complex interdependence between the plastic and composite process, materials, tooling and part design, along with the many types of plastics and the properties that differentiate plastics from other materials.
You’ll gain knowledge in manufacturing processes, including: process planning, tool and machine design, material selection and treatment, process automation, manufacturing resource planning, six Sigma methods and tools, and lean manufacturing.
The Product Design and Development: An Engineering Technology (PDD) degree will prepare graduates with knowledge, problem solving ability, and hands on skills to enter careers in drafting and basic design of mechanical/manufacturing components.
Weber State’s welding emphasis covers six main areas of study: welding and manufacturing, design and structural, metallurgical, quality assurance and electrical.