Manufacturing Engineering Technologies Certificate

Student working on manufacturingThe Mechanical Engineering Technology program in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of North Texas offers a Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MFET). The certificate develops technical skills for a career path in advanced manufacturing industries and prepares students for the innovation of manufacturing processing technologies.

The BSET in Mechanical Engineering Technology with the MFET Certificate will enhance your opportunities to advance toward a rewarding career in the manufacturing sector.

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Required courses:

  • MFET 3110 - Machining Principles and Processes
  • MFET 4190 - Quality Assurance
  • MFET 4200 - Engineering Cost Analysis
  • MFET 4210 - CAD/CAM System Operations
  • MFET 4220 - CNC Programming and Operation OR MEET 3750 Digital Manufacturing

Program Coordinator: Dr. Hector Siller

MFET Facilities


Students pursuing the Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering Technologies have a number of state-of-the-art machines and laboratories at their fingertips, with which they are able to engage in real world research that involves current industry issues.

The MFET training in advanced equipment along with the completion of practical MFET studies provides valuable technical skills to UNT’s engineering graduates for future careers and allows them to be recognized professionally by some of the nation’s top companies.

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Manufacturing Fabrication Services

The UNT Engineering Manufacturing Facility (EMF) is dedicated to offering advanced manufacturing services like:

  • Fabrication of mechanical prototypes
  • Proof of concepts for machinery
  • 3D Printing
  • Laser Engraving
  • CNC precision machining

For a service quote, please fill out this form:

For more information, please visit EMF web page.

Manufacturing Industry Related Research Services

MFET faculty members have a wide array of research interests, affording students the opportunity to choose from a variety of areas for their projects in the capstone course sequence. Such projects can also become the basis for a Project or Thesis for students pursuing the GradTrack or 5-year BS/MS program.

Some Research interests are:

  • Quality assurance
  • Materials engineering
  • Metal and ceramic matrix composites
  • Plastics processing
  • Surface coatings
  • Welding and joining
  • Micro manufacturing
  • Metrology
  • High Performance machining
  • Additive Manufacturing

The faculty associated with our research services are the following:

For information of research services, please contact Dr. Hector Siller.