Plastics Engineering Technology
Shape the World Around You
Plastics Engineering Technology emphasizes detailed technical knowledge as well as real-world application. Plastics is a rapidly expanding field, both as a science and an industry, and the curriculum at Pittsburg State University keeps pace with changes and anticipated industrial needs. The Plastics Engineering Technology program has a four-year curriculum which culminates in a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Technology as well as a two-year associate’s degree, and a graduate Master’s degree.
- The estimated average starting salary range is $60,000–$65,000
Employment Job Titles
- Production Manager
- Project Engineer
- Assistant Mechanical Specialist
- Process Technician
- Area Coordinator
- Research and Development Engineer
- Fabrication Technician
- Manufacturing Engineer
- Plastics Engineer
- Engineering Technician
- New Product Development Project Manager
- Manufacturing Technician
- Tool Design Engineer
- Sales Representative
- Design Engineer
Is Plastics Engineering Technology Your Path Forward?
Explore the degree program to learn more about the expectations, outcomes, and professional possibilities.