Master of Engineering in Advanced Manufacturing, Automation and Control Systems Track


Core Courses (12-14)
Select 12-14 credit hours from the following courses:12-14
Power Electronics4
Hybrid Electric Vehicle Drives4
Control Systems3
Applied Optimization for Engineers3
Mechanics Composite Materials3
Design Optimization3
Advanced Manufacturing Engineering3
Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Technologies3
Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Systems3
Statistical Quality and Process Control3
Automation and Control Systems Courses (9-10)
Select 9-10 credit hours from the following courses:9-10
Digital Signal Processing I3
Microcomputers and Embedded Computing Systems4
Image Processing3
Robust Control3
Computer Aided Design of Electric Machines3
Reliability Theory and System Implementation3
Motion Control Systems Dynamics3
Power Electronic Dynamics and Control3
Advanced Power Electronics3
Adjustable Speed Drives3
Computer Vision and Image Processing3
Elective Courses (6-9)
Select six to nine credit hours from the below courses:6-9
Special Projects1-9
Project for Master of Engineering Students
Product Development for Entrepreneurs3
Finite Element Methods in Engineering3
Advanced Finite Element Methods3
Computational Methods in Materials Science and Engineering3

Minimum degree credits required: 30