Advanced Manufacturing

DEGREES OFFERED

  • Certificate in Advanced Manufacturing
  • Master of Science in Advanced Manufacturing (Non-Thesis)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The interdisciplinary Advanced Manufacturing graduate program will prepare graduates to meet the challenges of careers in advanced manufacturing. 

Program Requirements

Program Requirements

Professional Graduate Certificate (12 credit hours)

AMGN401/501 Introduction to Additive Manufacturing (pre-or-co-requiste for the other three core courses3.0
AMGN598 Structural Materials for Additive Manufacturing3.0
AMGN598 Data-Driven Materials Manufacturing3.0
AMGN498/598 Design for Additive Manufacturing 3.0
Total Semester Hrs12.0

Master of Science, Non-Thesis (30 credit hours)

AMGN401/501 Introduction to Additive Manufacturing (pre-or-co-requiste for the other three core courses3.0
AMGN598 Structural Materials for Additive Manufacturing3.0
AMGN598 Data-Driven Materials Manufacturing3.0
AMGN498/598 Design for Additive Manufacturing 3.0
AMGNXXX Advanced Manufacturing Electives Up to 6 hours may be replaced with project-based indepent study18.0
Total Semester Hrs30.0

The Advanced Manufacturing program will be anchored by four signature core courses (three of which will be new to the catalog) and will offer a diverse array of electives drawn from an approved list of existing courses within the ME, MME, EE, CS, Physics and Math departments. Students who choose the MS-NT degree option will choose their electives with the intent of specializing in one of two key areas (or they can choose to diversify across both areas):

  • Additive Manufacturing of Structural Materials
  • Data-Driven Materials Manufacturing

Advanced Manufacturing Electives:

Additive Manufacturing of Structural Materials
MEGN511FATIGUE AND FRACTURE3.0
MEGN515COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS3.0
MLGN505MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS3.0
MTGN514DEFECT CHEMISTRY AND TRANSPORT PROCESSES IN CERAMIC SYSTEMS3.0
MTGN557SOLIDIFICATION3.0
MTGN560ANALYSIS OF METALLURGICAL FAILURES3.0
MTGN564ADVANCED FORGING AND FORMING3.0
MTGN565MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CERAMICS AND COMPOSITES3.0
MTGN580ADVANCED WELDING METALLURGY3.0
PHGN585NONLINEAR OPTICS3.0
Data-Driven Materials Manufacturing
CSCI507INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER VISION3.0
CSCI508ADVANCED TOPICS IN PERCEPTION AND COMPUTER VISION3.0
CSCI575MACHINE LEARNING3.0
EENG509SPARSE SIGNAL PROCESSING3.0
EENG511CONVEX OPTIMIZATION AND ITS ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS3.0
EENG515MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS3.0
EENG517THEORY AND DESIGN OF ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS3.0
MATH530STATISTICAL METHODS I3.0
MATH551COMPUTATIONAL LINEAR ALGEBRA3.0
MEGN544ROBOT MECHANICS: KINEMATICS, DYNAMICS, AND CONTROL3.0
MEGN545ADVANCED ROBOT CONTROL3.0
MEGN587NONLINEAR OPTIMIZATION3.0
MEGN588INTEGER OPTIMIZATION3.0
MEGN688ADVANCED INTEGER OPTIMIZATION3.0