The Professional Concentration in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering provides undergraduate engineering students the opportunity to expand their knowledge of manufacturing‐related topics such as production management, statistical quality control, and manufacturing processes.
Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Concentration
Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Curriculum & Requirements
The requirements for the professional concentration in Manufacturing Engineering are listed in the table below. Interested students must fill out an application form available from the MAE Department office. Changes to the Manufacturing Engineering concentration requirements must be approved by the MAE department chair or executive officer. Students successfully completing the following requirements receive a Dean’s Certificate in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering.
Required Courses for Advanced Manufacturing Engineering:
ES 260 Materials Science & Eng. I
ME 390 Additive Mfg. Processes
ME 444 CAD
MA 330 Adv. Eng. Math (or MA 383)
OM 331 Operations & Supply Chain Management
Elective Courses for Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (minimum of two required):
ME 385 Design of Electromechanical Systems
ME 443 Optimal Eng.
ME 492 Welding Metallurgy
ES 360 Materials Science & Eng. II
ES 365 Polymer Materials
ES XXX Corrosion Engineering
AE/ME/MG* 3XX or above and requires approval of Professor D.K. Aidun