Preparing students who can work with creating items from plastics and polymers as well as with recycling such materials, Trine University has launched a Bachelor of Science in plastics engineering technology degree program. Classes for the new program begin in August.
Part of Trine's Department of Design Engineering Technology, the Bachelor of Science in plastics engineering technology features curriculum designed to provide students a solid engineering core combined with a high level of plastics industry knowledge. Students will become proficient in areas including plastic product design, materials and their selection, manufacturing processes related to polymers, and project planning in fields where polymers are used.
The degree will prepare graduates for a wide variety of career options within the plastics industry, including product design engineers, mold design engineers, process engineers and manufacturing engineers.
The Bachelor of Science in plastics engineering technology is the latest addition to nearly 120 years of engineering education at Trine, and continues the university's long history of offering programs that lead to employment for graduates. Over the past seven years, more than 99 percent of Trine graduates have been employed or in graduate school within six months of commencement.
For more information on plastics engineering technology at Trine University, visit trine.edu.
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