There are several degree programs at ASU that enable a concentration in manufacturing.

 

Ph.D. Programs

  • Systems Engineering (Polytechnic School) – more info
  • Mechanical Engineering (SEMTE) – more info
  • Materials Science and Engineering (SEMTE) – more info

Masters Programs

  • Manufacturing Engineering (Polytechnic School) – more info
  • Human Systems Engineering (Polytechnic School) – more info
  • Mechanical Engineering (SEMTE) – more info
  • Materials Science and Engineering (SEMTE) – more info

Undergraduate Programs

  • Manufacturing Engineering (Polytechnic School) – more info
  • Mechanical Engineering (SEMTE) – more info
  • Materials Science and Engineering (SEMTE) – more info

This is a list of manufacturing courses offered across ASU, arranged by topic. Refer to the course catalogs for the most current information. EGR and MFG courses are taught at the Polytechnic school, MAE and MEE courses are taught at SEMTE. The 598 courses are special topic courses. 

 

General Manufacturing

  • EGR 598: Manufacturing Systems Management
  • EGR 598: Physical Principles of Material Removal and Forming Processes
  • EGR 598: Simulating Manufacturing Systems
  • MAE 598: Modern Manufacturing Methods (Qiong Nian)
  • MSE 598: Introduction to Powder Processing (Michael Yas)

Additive Manufacturing

  • MFG 598: Design for Additive Manufacturing (Dhruv Bhate)
  • MFG 598: Micro/Nano Additive Manufacturing (Xiangfan Chen)
  • MFG 598: Polymer Science in Additive Manufacturing (Kenan Song)
  • MFG 598: Metal Additive Manufacturing (coming Spring 2020)

Nano-manufacturing

  • MFG 598: Micro/Nano Additive Manufacturing (same as above, Xiangfan Chen)
  • MFG 598: Principles and Applications of Scalable Nano-manufacturing (Bruno Azeredo)

This is a list of manufacturing courses offered across ASU, arranged by topic. Refer to the course catalogs for the most current information.

 

Manufacturing Processes & Systems

  • EGR 218: Materials and Manufacturing Processes
  • MFG 307/318: Manufacturing Systems Project I/II
  • MEE 351: Manufacturing Processes
  • MFG 381: Manufacturing Processes and Validation Lab
  • EGR 386: Integrated Circuit Manufacturing
  • MFG 472: Additive Manufacturing
  • MFG 482: Materials Science in Manufacturing
  • EGR 487: Casting and Forming Processes
  • EGR 488: Plasma Processing

Automation

  • MFG 387: Industrial Automation
  • MFG 480: Advanced Statistical Approaches for Manufacturing
  • EGR 486: CNC Computer Programming

Design & Modeling

  • MFG 382: Modeling of Manufacturing Systems
  • MFG 385: Design for Manufacturing
  • MFG 461: Manufacturing Enterprise Operations