School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks

Welcome to the newest school in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

The academic programs and research portfolio of the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks are designed to address the next-generation engineering challenges that are transforming manufacturing systems.

To meet and adapt to these emerging societal needs with responsible innovation, we will broaden access for learners, prioritize student success inside and outside the classroom by offering real-world curriculum, enable the research excellence of our faculty, and increase opportunities for comprehensive partnerships.

Students will gain the transformative skills needed to impact the future of work, including industry 4.0, autonomous systems and processes, and systems engineering. Our career-ready graduates will be equipped with the tools they need to take on critical societal challenges.

Announcing SCAI and MSN Schools

Read about the evolution of Fulton Schools with the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence and the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks

Degree programs

An undergraduate manufacturing student in a lab holding a laptop and investigating machinery.

Manufacturing engineering, BS

Our undergraduate manufacturing engineering program uses hands-on projects provide students with a venue to design cost-effective and environmentally friendly products and processes with the required functionality and quality standards.

Manufacturing engineering, MS

Manufacturing engineering MS draws upon two distinct bodies of knowledge: manufacturing processes and the processes of manufacturing.

Systems engineering lab

Systems Engineering, PhD

The systems engineering PhD degree program is aimed at advancing the understanding of complex engineering systems. You will learn how to manage systems that encompass technological, social, cultural, and environmental components that impact the input, output and interactions within a system.