Kenan Song holds a very small 3D printed sample with a pair of tweezers, showing it to his research collaborator, Mounika Kakarla, while in his lab

Graduate degree programs

Our graduate programs prepare you for the future of manufacturing

The School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks offers two graduate degree programs that prepare you for a future in industry, research, or further academic pursuits.

Graduate degree programs

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Manufacturing engineering, MS

Students in the manufacturing engineering master’s program will develop technical expertise in manufacturing processes or manufacturing systems and management.

Manufacturing research at ASU Polytechnic campus' Innovation Hub

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.

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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.