MEng in Manufacturing Engineering
The College of Engineering is no longer admitting students to the MEng in Manufacturing Engineering. Students who are continuing in this program should note the following degree requirements.
The Master of Engineering (MEng) degree in Manufacturing Engineering is a professional master’s program for students seeking to further their careers in industry. MEng programs are suited for:
- Graduating senior students who want a one- to two-year master’s degree in engineering before they look for industrial jobs
- Mid-career professionals who want to switch careers and would like to complete a one- to two-year master’s degree between jobs
- Industry professionals who want exposure to engineering and management to further their careers
Master of Engineering students are required to complete a minimum of 32 credit hours applicable to the degree according to the program planning sheet. No master’s thesis is required. All 32 credits must be at the 500 level or above.
Structured Course Requirements for MEng in Manufacturing Engineering
The 32 credits must be selected as follows:
- Six courses (24 credits) must be Manufacturing Engineering Core courses (please see department webpage for a listing of these courses)
- One course (4 credits) must be a Manufacturing Elective course (please see department webpage for a listing of these courses)
- One course (4 credits) must be the manufacturing industry practicum
Manufacturing Industry Practicum
ME 925 Practicum: Students enrolled in this course engage in a team-based project with an industry customer.