Master of Engineering in Advanced Manufacturing, Digital Manufacturing 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
Digital Manufacturing Courses (9-10)
Select 9-10 credit hours from the following courses:9-10
Computer Vision and Image Processing3
Robotic Motion Planning3
Introduction to Digital Manufacturing3
Modern Control Systems3
Advanced CAD/CAM3
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