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Manufacturing Systems Engineering
Administered By: Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
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Administrator
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Chairperson sodhi
Associate Chairperson bladikas
Program Director das

Administrator
Chairperson Rajpal S. Sodhi
Associate Chairperson Athanassios Bladikas
Program Director Sanchoy K. Das

Faculty
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Professors Malek, Caudill, Das, Ranky, Sebastia, Tricamo
Associate Professors Abdou, Bengu, Bladikas, McDermot,yang

Faculty
Professors Layek Abdel-Malek, Reggie J. Caudill, Sanchoy K. Das, Paul G. Ranky, Donald H. Sebastian, Stephen J. Tricamo
Associate Professors George Abdou, Golgen Bengu, Athanassios Bladikas, Kevin J. Mcdermott, Jian Yang

Advisors
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Graduate Advisors das

Advisors
Graduate Advisors Sanchoy K. Das
 

Degrees Offered: Master of Science in Manufacturing Systems Engineering
The manufacturing engineering discipline addresses problems and methods of manufacturing systems integration. The M.S. in Manufacturing Systems Engineering program emphasizes the interrelationships between manufacturing equipment, processes and controls, and their integration into production factories.

The curriculum is computer and multimedia intensive and includes the use and understanding of new technologies such as robotics, programmable logic controllers, microprocessors and computer-integrated manufacturing and their application in automated production, assembly, automated inspection, and automated packaging. Focus is on computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing. Automation laboratories are used that contain many state-of-the-art devices including several industrial robots, CNC millers, CNC lathes, computer vision systems, and a fully automated flexible manufacturing system.

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Master of Science in Manufacturing Systems Engineering
This is an interdisciplinary program of advanced study for individuals with backgrounds in engineering, focusing on efficient production in technology-intensive manufacturing industries.

Admission Requirements:
Applicants should be graduates of an accredited undergraduate engineering program. Students with degrees in science may also be considered.

Bridge Program: Students who lack appropriate undergraduate preparation for the program are required to make up deficiencies by taking a program of courses that are designed in consultation with graduate advisors. These courses are taken in addition to the degree requirements and may include undergraduate courses.

Degree Requirements:
A minimum of 30 credits is required: 12 credits of core courses and 18 in an area of specialization. A master's project or thesis is optional. Students select an area of specialization in consultation with the graduate advisor and must take a set of core, required and elective courses.

Seminar: All students who receive departmental or research-based awards must register each semester for MnE 791 Manufacturing Engineer Seminar.

Core:
12 credits:

mne601,mne602,ie659,mne654
  MnE 601Computerized Manufacturing Systems (3 credits)
  MnE 602Flexible and Computer Integrated Manufacturing (3 credits)
  IE 659Supply Chain Engineering (3 credits)
  MnE 654Design for Manufacturability (3 credits)
Project, Thesis, Independent Study (optional):
The following optional courses are appropriate for all areas of specialization: mne700,mne701,mne725
  MnE 700Master's Project (3 credits)
  MnE 701Master's Thesis (6 credits)
  MnE 725Independent Study in Manufacturing (3 credits)
Area of Specialization: (9 credits)
Students may choose to specialize in any one of the following areas:

PROCESS AUTOMATION:

ie621,mne655,ece601
  IE 621Systems Analysis and Simulation (3 credits)
  MnE 655Concurrent Engineering (3 credits)
  ECE 601Linear Systems (3 credits)
DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING: me635,ie618,ie665
  ME 635Computer-Aided Design (3 credits)
  IE 618Engineering Cost and Production Economics (3 credits)
  IE 665Applied Industrial Ergonomics (3 credits)
SIX SIGMA QUALITY: ie672,ie673,ie604
  IE 672Industrial Quality Control (3 credits)
  IE 673Total Quality Management (3 credits)
  IE 604Advanced Engineering Statistics (3 credits)
 


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