Manufacturing Engineering (M.S.)

Illinois Tech’s Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering focuses on providing students with advanced technical knowledge in preparation for careers in the field of research and development. In consultation with your program adviser, learn how to combine skills in mathematics, science, and business to develop innovative design systems and processes, and design a program that fits your professional goals.

Our programs are designed to produce well-trained professionals, enhance technical versatility, and provide the opportunity for a change in your career path.

Program Overview

The Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering will provide you with advanced knowledge to prepare you for careers in research and development. Enhance your technical versatility and combine skills in mathematics, science, and business to develop innovative systems and processes.

Career Opportunities

Our Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering degree program will prepare you for such careers as:

  • Manufacturing engineer
  • Process engineer
  • Quality engineer
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The Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering curriculum is designed to reflect your professional goals and interests. Before completion of the first semester of graduate study, full-time students should select an area of specialization and a permanent adviser. After completing your thesis, you will be required to pass an oral comprehensive examination.

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