Massachusetts has several dozen academic institutions, both private and public, that provide engineering programs. Fifteen associated with condition's community universities offer certifications or connect's levels in engineering.
Additionally, two community universities, Fitchburg State University while the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, provide certificates and associate's levels in engineering. A few private institutions also provide certificates and associate's programs in manufacturing, like the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, Merrimack university, Northeastern University, Suffolk University, in addition to Wentworth Institute of tech.
Besides Fitchburg State and UMass-Lowell, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, which is the flagship campus, the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, and the Massachusetts Maritime Academy provide undergraduate programs in manufacturing.
Fourteen private universities and universities offer undergraduate manufacturing programs, including the Massachusetts Institute of tech, Boston University, the Franklin W. Olin class of Engineering, Harvard University, Smith university, and Tufts University. Three UMass campuses (Amherst, Lowell, Dartmouth) offer graduate programs in engineering, combined with the Massachusetts Maritime Academy.