Graduate work leading to a Master of Science degree in Manufacturing Systems is offered by the Department of Technology, through the College of Engineering. The objective of the program is to develop manufacturing professionals who can design and implement modern manufacturing systems to increase productivity and improve product quality. Course offerings and research are available in manufacturing processes and control, quality control, and computer applications. This technically-oriented non-engineering program provides advanced education for students with baccalaureate degrees in technology and is also an excellent continuing education opportunity for individuals who wish to expand their education in the area of manufacturing systems.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
International Student Requirements:
Students seeking admission to the graduate program in Manufacturing Systems must meed admission standards set by the Graduate School and have a bachelor's degree with a major in a technical area and a GPA of no less than 3.0/4.0. Conditional admission is possible for candidates with a lower GPA. A student whose undergraduate training is deficient may be required to take additional non-graduate level courses to compensate for deficiencies identified by the Technology Graduate Program Committee.
The following documents are required for admission:
1. Application for Admission to the Graduate School. The Application for Admission to Graduate School is available on-line at:
You may request a paper copy of the application for admission if you do not have access to a computer.
2. Application fee. A non-refundable application fee of $45.00 must be submitted with the application. Mo