ASU debuts manufacturing engineering doctoral program
The School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks becomes the first in the nation to offer a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and doctoral degree in manufacturing engineering.
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The School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks is a new school for a new time. The transdisciplinary nature of the school’s curriculum, research portfolio and industry engagements is preparing students to be leaders of the processes and systems that will drive the future of manufacturing.
Manufacturing engineering, BS
Undergraduate students in the manufacturing engineering program learn to design cost-effective, sustainable products and processes to quality and functionality in ASU’s state-of-the-art facilities.
Manufacturing engineering, MS
Students in the manufacturing engineering master’s program will develop technical expertise in manufacturing processes or manufacturing systems and management.
Systems engineering, PhD
The systems engineering doctoral degree program advances students’ understanding of complex engineering systems. Students will learn how to manage systems that encompass technological, social, cultural and environmental components that impact the input, output and interactions within a system.
Manufacturing engineering, PhD
The manufacturing engineering doctoral degree program provides students with the knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully meet the most difficult challenges of modern manufacturing industries on a global scale.
Thriving at the forefront of technology innovation,
an innovative manufacturing curriculum and industry collaboration are top priorities for the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks.
Since arriving at Arizona State University, I’ve been connecting with the faculty and staff at MSN and across the Fulton Schools and we are thrilled to be accelerating and expanding a robust advanced manufacturing ecosystem at ASU — one that will impact the state of Arizona and the country as a whole.
Factories of the future
See how the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks is leading the way to the future of industry.
Manufacturing of the future is going to involve pushing the edge of what has come before and taking it into new territory to provide new services and new products. Completely new materials and systems are needed to enable that.Associate Professor Dhruv BhateSchool of Manufacturing Systems and Networks