The master of science degree in mechanical and manufacturing technology (MSMMT) provides students with a background in applied engineering methods utilizing the latest design and analysis software and hardware.
Program requirements provide advanced concepts of engineering and project administration for the mechanical and manufacturing technology M.S. degree. The degree program is designed for recent graduates from engineering and engineering technology four-year degree programs as well as for engineers with industrial experience. It may aid in career advancement by providing the graduate with academic experience with applied-engineering concepts that will coincide with advanced methods in design, analysis, project administration, engineering management, and manufacturing emphasizing mechanical engineering technology.
This flexible degree program permits the student to develop a program of study, with faculty approval, to meet individual career goals. While the program is not an evening program, many courses are offered either during the late afternoon or early evening.
Degree concentrations are designed to provide graduates with technical and professional skills that will facilitate preparation for, and advancement in, leadership positions in industry, education, government and the military.
1. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum cumulative
GPA of 2.75 overall, and 3.0 (4.0 scale) in a major such as Mechanical Engineering (ME) or Mechanical Engineering Technology(MET); or the consideration of a degree (MET, ME, or other such technical degree) and a minimum combined quantitative/verbal score of 1000 on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). The department may grant conditional admission to the program if the minimum requirements are not met. Any additional work requirements or waivers of general prerequisites for admission shall be set by the department at the time of acceptance.
2. A current resume.
3. An application letter which describes what the student is looking to accomplish in this program and how it will help them achieve their career goals.
4. If necessary, an interview with at least two faculty members of the Engineering Technology Department. The department will contact the applicant to make an appointment for this interview after the complete application package is received.
5. Three letters of reference, attesting to the applicant’s mechanical and manufacturing technology competence and readiness for this program.
Required Courses 15 cr
INT 601 Engineering Economy
MMT 611 Advanced Engineering Modeling
MMT 615 Sustainability in Design
MMT 620 Managing Engineering Projects
MMT 675 Advanced Engineering System Design
Research 3-6 cr
MMT 690 Master’s Project or MET 695 Master’s Thesis
Professional Experience* 0-6 cr
MMT 605 Early Engineering Internship
MMT 685 Professional Experience Internship
* may be waived with approved work experience
Electives 9-12 cr
INT 610 Managerial Marketing
INT 612 Quality Control Management
All elective courses taken need prior approval from the student’s adviser.
Total required credit hours 30-36 cr
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