Manufacturing Engineering MS (UW–Stout)
The MS degree in Manufacturing Engineering serves students across the region and beyond. Our fully-online program has been designed in response to regional needs for a graduate program to provide educational incentives for recruitment and retention of engineers. The program will accommodate the work requirements of these full-time professionals, being presented entirely online.
Objectives of the program:
- To apply mathematical models to the analysis of practical engineering problems.
- To apply appropriate production operations management principles to the design and operation of manufacturing processes and systems.
- To develop expertise in the areas of project management, automation and control, system design and integration, or other advanced manufacturing engineering topics.
- To synthesize the knowledge gained in the first three objectives in solution of practical engineering projects.
BUACT Business Accounting
MECH Engineering Mechanics
MFGE Manufacturing Engineering
RC Risk Control
The program requires 30 hours of graduate credit, 15 of which must be graduate-only (700 level), with an overall grade point average of 3.0 or better. Twelve credits are included in the core curriculum, six credits are in the management component, and no less than six credits are to be taken from one of four of the following elective depth areas:
Engineering Materials and Processes
System Analysis and Design
Total credits required for completion: 30
Admission requirements include a bachelor’s degree in engineering, a minimum grade point average of 3.0, and, if English is a second language, a minimum TOEFL score of 500 (paper based), 173 (computer based) or 61 (composite iBT) is required. The GRE is not required. Applicants with undergraduate degrees in fields closely related to engineering and with appropriate engineering experience in manufacturing or with a grade point average below 3.0 may be admitted at the discretion of the program director. Each student is expected to have the appropriate mathematical background for their depth area.