Manufacturing Engineering, MS: NYU-ePoly

Global competition for manufacturing productivity and profitability has generated vast new frontiers, introducing new, innovative strategies, tools and technologies. Manufacturing engineers are at the forefront of inventive ways to improve quality, reduce inventory, and curtail cycle time by focusing on design- and product- realization processes. Graduates of this online Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering, implement effective manufacturing methods, such as Total Quality Management, Just-In-Time Manufacturing, and Total Quality Control. Students emerge as experts in new production-control systems, lean manufacturing, and activity-based costing. 

Admissions Requirements

The admissions requirements for this program are parallel to the on-campus requirements. Click here, to view the admissions requirements.

Required Core Courses (12 credits)

MN 7893 Production Science, Credits: 3.00
MN 6113 Quality Control and Improvement, Credits: 3.00
MN 7923 Design For Manufacturability, Credits: 3.00
MN 7993 Supply Chain Engineering, Credits: 3.00

9 Credits with Either IE or MN Designation Elective (course selection optional)

MN 7503 Target Costing, Credits: 3.00
MN 7873 Lean Manufacturing, Credits: 3.00
MN 7953 Basics of Supply Chain Operations Management, Credits: 3.00
MN 7963 Electronics System Manufacturing, Credits: 3.00

Elective 9 Credits

Please speak with your academic advisor for qualifying courses.

Degree Requirements: 30 Credits