Plastics & Polymer majors

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The third largest manufacturing industry in the U.S. offers opportunities to design, develop, and manufacture products in diverse areas including computers, electronics, vehicles, sports, and recreation. (source)

Bradley StroupThe ... really cool thing about plastic is that it is everywhere, in almost every field. If one is interested in the health field, automotive, construction, fashion, cosmetics, sports, or electronics, they can get involved through plastics.

Bradley Stroup, Plastics & Polymer Engineering Technologies

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One of only five plastics programs in the nation accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET.

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Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Plastics & Polymer Engineering Technology

  • production manager/engineering technologist
  • materials technologist
  • research and development technologist

Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)

Plastics & Polymer Technology

  • new product development technician
  • quality control technician
  • customer service technician

Related Minor

  • A baccalaureate (Bachelor of Science [B.S.]) student may earn up to two minors
  • A student may not enroll in a minor within the same discipline as the declared major

Other Plastics & Polymer Information

Plastics Innovation and Resource Center

The Plastics Innovation and Resource Center (PIRC) at Pennsylvania College of Technology is one of the top plastics technology centers in the nation for research, development, and education related to injection molding, extrusion, blow molding, rotational molding, and thermoforming.

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