Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering

This program is aimed at broadening student potential beyond the B.S., enhancing technical versatility and, in some instances, providing the opportunity for changes in career path. The master of engineering program is a course-only degree program and requires a minimum of 30 credit hours. There is no thesis or comprehensive examination requirement. The student, in consultation with his or her adviser, prepares a program of study that reflects individual needs and interests. The adviser, as well as the department’s graduate studies committee, the department chair, and the Graduate College must approve this program. Students working toward this degree are not eligible for departmental financial support.

Curriculum

Materials Science and Engineering Emphasis

Required Courses (15)
MMAE 547Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Technologies3
MMAE 560Statistical Quality and Process Control3
Select a minimum of one course from the following:3
Computer-Aided Design3
Advanced CAD/CAM3
Advanced Manufacturing Engineering3
Materials and Process Selection3
MMAE 574Ferrous Transformations3
or MMAE 585 Engineering Optics and Laser-Based Manufacturing
Select a minimum of one course from the following numerical methods courses:3
Finite Element Methods in Engineering3
Computational Fluid Dynamics3
Advanced Finite Element Methods3
Design Optimization3
Computational Methods in Materials Science and Engineering3
Elective Courses (15)
Select 15 credit hours15
Total Credit Hours30

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Emphasis

Required Courses (18)
MMAE 545Advanced CAD/CAM3
MMAE 546Advanced Manufacturing Engineering3
MMAE 547Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Technologies3
or MMAE 557 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Systems
MMAE 560Statistical Quality and Process Control3
Select a minimum of one course from the following:3
Computer-Aided Design3
Advanced CAD/CAM3
Advanced Manufacturing Engineering3
Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Technologies3
Statistical Quality and Process Control3
Ferrous Transformations3
Materials and Process Selection3
Engineering Optics and Laser-Based Manufacturing3
Select a minimum of one course from the following numerical methods courses:3
Finite Element Methods in Engineering3
Computational Fluid Dynamics3
Advanced Finite Element Methods3
Design Optimization3
Computational Methods in Materials Science and Engineering3
Elective Courses (12)
Select 12 credit hours12
Total Credit Hours30