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Master of Engineering in Manufacturing

Master of Engineering in Manufacturing

Missouri University of Science and Technology

Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, United States
  • QS World University Rankings
    511-520
  • QS Stars
    5
  • Study Level Masters
  • Study Mode Online

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The Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering degree program is interdisciplinary with emphasis on hands-on learning. It requires 30 credit hours, and is designed to be completed in one year. A 3-hour practice-oriented project is required. The course requirements include 12 credit hours from the manufacturing core curriculum, 6 credit hours of 6000-level courses in manufacturing, 3 credit hours of approved mathematics/computer science or suggested manufacturing courses and 6 credit hours of graduate courses in manufacturing. The core curriculum includes materials and manufacturing processes, process, assembly and product engineering, manufacturing competitiveness and manufacturing systems design. Master of Engineering in Manufacturing (MEngMfgE) This MEngMfgE program requires 30 credit hours. A 3-hour practice oriented project is required. It is designed so that a student can possibly complete the program in one year. The course requirement includes 12 credit hours from the Manufacturing Core Curriculum (3 credit-hour core course from each area); 6 credit hours of 6000 level courses in manufacturing; 3 credit hours of any suggested manufacturing courses OR approved Mathematics/Computer Science; and 6 credit hours of graduate courses in manufacturing. Each student must take at least one core course from each of the core areas in manufacturing engineering, during his/her first two semesters of graduate work. The core requirement may be deemed to be satisfied if a student has already taken a core course as a technical elective in his/her undergraduate program. Thus allowing more freedom in the selection of other courses.