“The Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Systems program fosters an ideal learning environment in which to share meaningful experiences with my colleagues and instructors.” Duane A. Shortt, PE, Senior Manufacturing Engineer, General Motors Corporation
Designed for working professionals, the Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Systems can help you advance in an increasingly competitive field. The convenience of evening classes and faculty with both academic credentials and industry experience combine to make the program a powerful enhancement to your career development.
Why Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Systems at Lawrence Tech?
Proximity to industry has been a hallmark of Lawrence Tech’s mission since its very beginning in 1932, when it was situated literally next door to where Henry Ford perfected the first moving assembly line. Lawrence Tech’s alumni, faculty, and students have long played a significant role in advancing the nation’s leadership in automated manufacturing. Today, the University is strategically located at the hub of the world’s most concentrated geographic area for automotive design and manufacturing and also is at the heart of Automation Alley, home to cutting-edge robotics companies, and diverse research and development opportunities.
“The Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Systems program builds better engineers with a high level of compatibility to the fast-growing technology in manufacturing today.” Dr. Waseem Jaradat, Plant Vehicle Engineering, Chrysler Corporation
All of Lawrence Tech’s graduate engineering faculty have doctoral degrees and are involved in applied research and consulting. In addition to the knowledge and experience that the faculty provides, your fellow students, because they already are working in the field, add to the richness of the program. You will participate with and learn from other professionals who represent a variety of industries, manufacturers, and suppliers.
The Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Systems is a cross-disciplinary program that requires 30 credit hours of course work:
|EME 5253||Engineering Analysis I|
|EME 5603||Engineering Systems Simulation|
|EME 6203||Manufacturing Processes|
|EME 6403||Quality Control|
|EME 6503||Manufacturing Productivity|
|EME 6703||Manufacturing Systems|
|Electives (select two)
|EME 5603||Manufacturing Systems Simulation|
|EME 6103||Engineering Materials|
|EME 6323||Expert Systems in Manufacturing|
|EME 6343||Automotive Manufacturing|
|EME 6603||Computer Integrated Manufacturing|
|EME 6663||Applied Stochastic Processes|
|EME 6673||Six Sigma Processes|
|EME 6713||Production Planning and Control|
|EME 6823||Product Innovation and Design|
|EME 7103||Design of Experiments|
|EME 7303||Design for Reliability|
|EME 7403||Design of Manufacturing|
|EME 7503||Process Control|
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Admission to the Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Systems program requires:
- Submission of the Application for Graduate Admission;
- A bachelor of science degree from an accredited engineering program (or equivalent);
- Official transcripts of all completed college work;
- Three letters of recommendation;
- A resume that includes work experience and all extracurricular activities;
- For students whose native language is other than English, proficiency in English needs to be established.
Applicants who do not meet all of the conditions for regular graduate admission may be considered for conditional admission. A conditional graduate student will be granted regular status after maintaining a minimum 3.0 GPA in three consecutive graduate-level courses.For students who wish to transfer from another university’s graduate program, a maximum of six credit hours may be transferred. Courses to be transferred should have been completed within the last five years with a grade of 3.0 or better.
For more information, contact Lawrence Tech’s Office of Admissions at 800.225.5588 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information regarding the Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Systems, contact the Program Director at 248.204.2550.