Graduate – Degree Programs

Master degree program:

Master of Engineering Program in Advanced Manufacturing System Engineering

M.Eng. (Advanced Manufacturing System Engineering)

Program structure can be classified into 3 plans based on the student requirement:

  • Plan A (research-based program)
    • Thesis 36 credit hours
    • Research methodology for manufacturing process 3 non-credit hours
    • Seminar 1 non-credit hour
  • Plan B (coursework and research requirement)
    • Thesis 12 credit hours
    • Basic courses in advanced manufacturing system 9 credit hours
    • Elective courses 15 credit hours
    • Research methodology for manufacturing process 3 non-credit hours
    • Seminar 1 non-credit hour
  • Plan C (course-based program)
    • Basic courses in advanced manufacturing system 30 credit hours
    • Independent study 6 credit hours

The course prospectus and syllabus can be downloaded from Master Degree Prospectus.

The standard of the curriculum can be found at: Curriculum standard MEng

Doctoral degree program:

Doctor of Philosophy Program in Advanced Manufacturing System Engineering

(International Program)

Ph.D. (Advanced Manufacturing System Engineering)

Program structure can be classified into 3 plans based on the student requirement:

  • Plan 1.1 (research-based program) for Master degree graduate
    • Thesis 48 credit hours
    • Research methodology for manufacturing process 3 non-credit hours
    • Seminar 1 non-credit hour
    • Qualifying examination
  • Plan 2.1 (coursework and research requirement) for Master degree graduate
    • Thesis 36 credit hours
    • Basic courses in advanced manufacturing system 6 credit hours
    • Elective courses 6 credit hours
    • Research methodology for manufacturing process 3 non-credit hours
    • Seminar 1 non-credit hour
    • Qualifying examination
  • Plan 2.2 (coursework and research requirement) for Bachelor degree graduate
    • Thesis 48 credit hours
    • Basic courses in advanced manufacturing system 9 credit hours
    • Elective courses 15 credit hours
    • Research methodology for manufacturing process 3 non-credit hours
    • Seminar 1 non-credit hour
    • Qualifying examination

The course prospectus and syllabus can be downloaded from Doctoral Degree Prospectus.

The standard of the curriculum can be found at: Curriculum standard PhD.