Curriculum

Flexible Delivery Options Match Your Work-life Balance

This 30-credit degree is designed for the traditional student or working professional to align course projects to applications in their place of work. Courses will be offered in a variety of formats to suit the learner. Courses will include application-based learning activities to be performed at the workplace.

Group projects will accommodate students that are not currently in roles that accommodate a workplace project.

MS Plans

The thesis option requires 20 course credits plus 10 research credits. The report option requires 24 course credits plus 6 research credits. The coursework option requires 30 course credits.

See Degree Requirements for the Master of Science.

Required Courses

All required courses will be available through remote instruction, whether synchronous or asynchronous. Check the schedule of online courses.

Take 16 credits from this list. MEEM 6010 Engineering Research Communications may be taken instead of MEEM 5010.

Manufacturing Emphasis Area Electives

The remaining courses are subject to advisor approval, with the limitation of a maximum of 12 credits at the 3000-4000 level. Example courses are shown below. Other courses/areas may be suitable as well.

Additive Manufacturing

Manufacturing Systems and Operations

Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Processes

Quality Engineering

MS in Manufacturing Engineering: Sample Plans