Advanced Manufacturing, Automation and Control Systems Track (M.ENG.)

In the Master of Engineering in Advanced Manufacturing program students will explore the latest technologies, such as digital manufacturing and additive manufacturing, as well as learn more traditional hardware-based methodologies. As many companies in the automotive, aerospace, and chemical industries, for example, are advancing standard manufacturing practices to include innovative technology, students will be prepared to address challenges and excel in today's competitive business market.

Courses in the automation and control systems specialization will cover such topics as computer vision image processing, motion control systems dynamics, and robust control. Core program requirements include computer-integrated manufacturing technologies, design optimization cycle, and statistical process and quality control.

Program Overview

To excel in today's competitive business market, students will explore the latest manufacturing technologies in addition to learning more traditional hardware-based methodologies. Courses in the automation and control systems track include image processing, motion control systems dynamics, and robust control.

Career Opportunities

Our Master of Engineering in Advanced Manufacturing program with a specialization in automation and control systems will prepare you for such careers as:

  • Senior automation controls engineer
  • Automation control systems engineer
  • Image processing engineer

The Master of Engineering in Advanced Manufacturing with a specialization in automation and control systems provides students with the opportunity to explore the latest technologies in addition to learning more traditional hardware-based methodologies.

Courses in the automation and control systems specialization cover such topics as advanced materials processing, computer-aided design, and advanced CAD/CAM. Core requirements include computer integrated manufacturing technologies, design optimization cycle, and statistical process and quality control.

No thesis or comprehensive exam is required for completion of this degree.

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Admissions requirements ensure that incoming students are well-prepared and qualified to succeed in their chosen program. Prospective students must review each program of interest to determine whether they meet admissions requirements as outlined in the course bulletin.