- The program is 30 semester hours of graduate-level coursework
- The 30 hours are comprised of 24 hours of major coursework and 6 hours of elective courses
- Courses are scheduled according to the 2023-2026 Course Rotation Schedule
Manufacturing Systems Technology is a field of study designed to prepare management-oriented technical professionals for effective leadership in the manufacturing sector. The program balances academic instruction with practical applications in manufacturing systems to provide graduates with a broad base of knowledge and skills needed to effectively manage and control production in manufacturing facilities.
Applicants must possess an undergraduate degree from an institution accredited by the appropriate regional accrediting association. An undergraduate degree in an engineering field is not required for admission, but candidates with other degrees may be required to complete additional undergraduate courses based on evaluation of academic and professional experiences.
Applicants must submit the following materials:
Deadline dates for applications and receipt of all required application materials are:
|July 1||Fall Admission|
|November 1||Spring Admission|
Any exceptions to these deadlines must be granted by the graduate program chair.
This is a fully online program. There are no traditional or hybrid courses offered on campus.
We do not have required meeting times for online classes (that is, where students must log into the system at a particular point in time). Students may log in at times that are most convenient to them to complete assignments, participate in discussions, or work on other course tasks. Students are not required to visit our physical campus.
The master of science program in Manufacturing Systems Technology is accredited by ATMAE.