Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering (MSMfE)
The manufacturing engineering master’s degree is a 30 credit-hour program that expands your understanding of engineering design, materials, manufacturing processes, production systems and automation. Your training will give you the skills to optimize manufacturing processes, utilize state-of-the-art materials, and produce superior quality products at minimal cost.
Preparing You for Success
As a student in the manufacturing engineering master’s degree, you have the opportunity to take courses in advanced manufacturing processes, composite materials, design for manufacturability, six sigma, and lean manufacturing and will develop hands-on experience and analytical problem solving skills. You will have the chance for conducting an individual research project mentored by experienced faculty members. Many projects are sponsored by industrial partners like CNH, Caterpillar, John Deere, and federal agencies, providing you with the skills for independently solving real-world problems. This excellent project management ability is highly valued by employers.
Making Your Mark
Bradley’s graduate manufacturing degree is valuable in engineering innovation and business operations. In recent years, all manufacturing engineering Masters Graduates secured industry employment. They found employment in positions such as design engineers, manufacturing engineers, quality engineers, production supervisors and systems analysts. They’re working at companies such as John Deere, Boeing, Ford, Fiat Chrysler Automotive, and Caterpillar.