Graduate Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering

The Graduate Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering requires students to complete 12 graduate credits (4 courses).  Courses must be approved by the student's faculty advisor and/or the department chair.  

There are two compulsory courses:  ENMF 506 and ENMF 608.  Students may choose up to two (2) specific industry courses offered during the summer semesters.  These summer courses are subject to change based on availability. 

Admission is required by formal application through the Office of Graduate Admissions. A four-year undergraduate degree in engineering from an ABET-EAC accredited school with a GPA of 3.0 or higher is required. 

Curriculum requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering

Required Courses
ENMF 506Quality Management and Six Sigma3
ENMF 608Manufacturing Systems Design and Economics3
Choose two courses from the following:6
Precision Control and Automated Manufacturing
3D Modeling for Manufacturing Industries
Bio-Engineered Products
Advanced Applied Chemical Process Engineering
Preventative Maintenance and Reliability Engineering
Engineering Analysis and Simulation
Total Hours12