Master of Engineering Science in Manufacturing Engineering & Management
The Manufacturing Engineering and Management specialization (plan) is designed to integrate essential knowledge areas in engineering, technology and management. It provides graduates with essential leadership, financial, manufacturing evaluation and project management skills for the diverse areas of technology in today’s dynamic marketplace.
What will you study?
The Manufacturing Engineering and Management specialization covers essential topics, methodologies and manufacturing applications of product and process design. Project management, manufacture and delivery process for organizations wanting to achieve quality, timely delivery, minimum cost and flexible manufacturing by utilizing good manufacturing practices as well as life cycle engineering and management are key to the program.
Courses are suited to graduates in line management roles with operational, engineering and/or research and development responsibilities. Courses are available for those students who may come from a different Engineering or Science background with little or no assumed knowledge.
One of the largest of its kind in Australia, the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering offers a comprehensive range of Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering and Technology Management courses. To provide strong programs in these areas, the school combines depth in conceptual and analytical topics, comprehensive coverage of applications and interaction with industry and several corporations worldwide.
The school’s multi-disciplinary approach also entails collaboration with other schools within the Faculty of Engineering, to provide students with the knowledge, tools and methods required for designing engineering systems and managing the entire life cycle of a product from its conception, through design and manufacturing, to service and disposal. This approach is an integration of people, data, processes and business systems, which is now fundamental for companies and their extended enterprises
The Faculty of Engineering at UNSW is the largest faculty of engineering in Australia and is consistently ranked one of the nation’s best. It offers the widest choice of disciplines and a research-led curriculum incorporating the latest developments in each field. With extensive links to key industrial, commercial and professional organizations, the Faculty is keenly attuned to the needs of industry and employers.
International Student Requirements:
To be eligible to start a Master of Engineering Science program you need to have a recognized four-year Bachelor degree in an appropriate area of engineering with an Honours 2/2 or equivalent or an average of 65% in performance over the final two years of that degree.