Graduate Certificate Programs in Manufacturing Engineering

13 universities offer graduate certificate program in Manufacturing Engineering

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Columbia University in the City of New York logo
Ranked as:  #18 in Best National University
Tuition:  $51,194 per year
Total Cost:  $102,388 * This tuition data is based on IPEDS. For the latest tuition amount, refer to the respective college websites.
State:  New York
Acceptance:  -

Manufacturing has undergone significant changes in the past decades, especially with the advent of computer aided technologies and the integrated approach of linking state-of-art engineering and science with management capabilities. The program goal is to outline the bare bones of modern manufacturing with emphasis on its technological aspects. Students will have acquired the needed background to address the needs of pragmatic organizations in competitive environments and to further expand their knowledge in the area.

Applicants to the Certification of Professional Achievement Program must submit official transcripts, 3 letters of recommendation, personal-professional statement, resume, and the $150 application fee.

Degree required for admission: Students admitted to the program must possess a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering or other related field (subject to the approval of the Mechanical Engineering Program) from an accredited academic institution.

4 Graduate-level classes all earned through CVN, as a non-degree student.

Completion of program within two (2) calendar years.

Estimated cost of one nondegree course: $7,586Estimated total cost of certification (four courses): $30,029.00.

Estimated total cost of MS (ten courses): $74,915.00Estimated total cost of DES (ten courses plus a minimum of 12 research credits): $104,049.00.

Graduate Admission Application Fee: $150 non-refundable one-time feeCertification Program Application Fee: $150 non-refundable one-time fee.

Assumes DES student enrolls in two six-credit research courses.

For Drop Withdrawal fees and dates, refer to the Academic Calendar for the current term.

Please note: CVN no longer offers courses for audit.

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Manufacturing Engineering Certification

  • Program Length:  24 Months
  • Credit hours:  12
Tufts University logo
Ranked as:  #32 in Best National University
Tuition:  $55,168 per year
Total Cost:  $110,336 * This tuition data is based on IPEDS. For the latest tuition amount, refer to the respective college websites.
State:  Massachusetts
Acceptance:  -

As the United States continues to compete in global markets, the need for manufacturing engineers who can design, build, operate, and manage competitive production systems has never been greater. This certificate program educates students in the latest technologies through a hands-on, industry-based curriculum.

The certificate program trains students in the latest technologies through a hands-on, industry-based curriculum, and contributes to the formation of future leaders in manufacturing engineering.

Students interact with emerging technologies to design, build and test at the Mechanical Engineering Department Bray Lab.

This four-course certificate in manufacturing engineering educates students for the present and future of manufacturing engineering.

The program is open to students with a bachelor degree and a background in engineering, science, or mathematics.

We recognize that attending graduate school involves a significant financial investment. Our team is here to answer your questions tuition rates and scholarship opportunities.

Research Interests: materials engineering, materials science, manufacturing processes, quality control.

Research Interests: Human Factors Engineering, Innovation, Design Thinking, AI-powered Innovation and R D, Human Machine System Design, Robotics, Machine Learning, Perception, Psychology.

Research Interests: biomechanics, applied mechanics, materials characterization, engineering education.

Research Interests: solidification processes, thermal manufacturing, machine design, materials science.

Research Interests: Engineering Education, Human Robot Interaction, Mechanical Engineering, Music Engineering, Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing.

Research Interests: Engineering for Health, Mechanics of biomaterials at the nanoscale, Synthesis and study of functionals nanomaterials for biomedical imaging and drug delivery, Advanced imaging for medical diagnostics, Novel processes and materials for dentistry: nano-polishing and self-healing materials.

Research Interests: learning sciences, engineering education, design practices, design discourse, project-based learning.

Research Interests: Animals, as a consequence of evolution, employ multiple, complex, highly interconnected, locomotion modes to overcome obstacles and move through unstructured environments the individual contributions of which are not well understood. While roboticists have made great strides in enhancing robot performance, the focus has been on the control system (brain, sensors), and yet a significant gap still exists between robots and their biological counterparts. The Robot Locomotion Biomechanics Laboratory at Tufts University focuses on enhancing robot mobility through a deeper understanding of the fundamental design methodologies employed by animals to combine locomotion modes (integrated multimodal locomotion), interact deterministically yet passively with the environment (morphological intelligence), and actuate their physical systems (advance actuation). Current projects include, adapting the complex, passive, multifunctional feet of desert locusts to enhance the dynamic surface interactions of terrestrial robots and support highly dynamic behaviors, studying how flying animals may use their physical systems (bodies) to transform relatively simple inputs into complex non-linear outputs through an understanding of the unsteady aerodynamics, and understand how swarms communicate and create complex structures.

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Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering - Manufacturing Engineering

  • Program Length:  24 Months
  • Credit hours:  24
Purdue University-Main Campus logo
Ranked as:  #51 in Best National University
Tuition:  $28,794 per year
Total Cost:  $57,588 * This tuition data is based on IPEDS. For the latest tuition amount, refer to the respective college websites.
State:  Indiana
Acceptance:  -

Learn at your own pace with the online Purdue AM Certificate.

The AM Certificate Program is 100% online, providing participants the flexibility to learn at their own pace and obtain fundamental AM knowledge and skills to ir projects and advance their careers.

Upon completion of these certificates, learners will be able to identify and explain essential additive manufacturing (AM) concepts, including define AM, how AM works, AM processes, and materials.

Expect detailed, self-paced courses supported by a series of online video instruction, workbooks, discussion groups, and case studies. Courses are available 24 hours, 7 days a week. Three paths are available:.

Continuing Education Units: Learners can earn 2.0 CEUs per course for a total of 6.0 CEUs total for either Level 1 Certificate or 8.0 CEUs total for the Honors Certificate.

Discover AM in our Additive Manufacturing Essentials course. Students will learn the basic steps in each key AM process as defined by ASTM F42, review real-world applications of AM and categorize material types.

This course expands on AM Essentials, providing a detailed review of the additive manuafturing processes, including how the layers are made, how energy is applied, and the compatible materials.

This is an advanced course focused on Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM). Learners will be able to distinguish between AM design innovation and AM design mitigation techniques.

This course focuses on forming a business case for additive manufacturing. Learners will be able to identify cost drivers, create opportunities for cost savings and develop core AM industrialization strategies.

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Purdue Online Additive Manufacturing Certificate

  • Program Length:  15 Months
  • Credit hours:  -
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Worcester Polytechnic Institute logo
Ranked as:  #67 in Best National University
Tuition:  $29,040 per year
Total Cost:  $58,080 * This tuition data is based on IPEDS. For the latest tuition amount, refer to the respective college websites.
State:  Massachusetts
Acceptance:  -

This certificate in manufacturing will equip students with the knowledge to advance manufacturing best-practices.

Offered 100% online, WPI graduate certificates are a convenient way to advance your skills in manufacturing without pressing pause on your career.

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Student are required to complete a minimum of 12 credits for the Manufacturing Engineering Certificate Online.

Subject to change based on availability. View academic start dates for Online Manufacturing Engineering.

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Manufacturing Engineering Graduate Certificate

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Missouri University of Science and Technology logo
Ranked as:  -
Tuition:  $30,943 per year
Total Cost:  $61,886 * This tuition data is based on IPEDS. For the latest tuition amount, refer to the respective college websites.
State:  Missouri
Acceptance:  -

The Manufacturing Program at Missouri S T offers two certificate programs to advance your education: Manufacturing Systems and CAD CAM Rapid Product Realization. Students earning a B or better in each of the four courses automatically qualify for entry into any of our masters programs (thesis and non-thesis).

The admission decision will be made based upon prior degree(s) obtained by the student and the student’s performance in courses fundamental to the certificate, the student’s work experience, and any other information provided by the student. If the student does not have all of the prerequisite courses necessary to take the courses in the certificate program, the student will be allowed to take bridge courses at either the graduate or level to prepare for the formal certificate courses. Once admitted into the certificate program, the student will be given three years to complete the program so long as the student maintains a grade point average of 3.0 or better in the courses taken.

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Manufacturing Engineering Certificate Programs Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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What kind of scholarships are available for Graduate Programs in Manufacturing Engineering?

We have 209 scholarships awarding up to $2,025,183 for Masters program in for Manufacturing Engineering, targeting diverse candidates and not restricted to state or school-based programs.

Scholarship nameAmountCredibility
ASNT Fellowship Award$20,000High
Ada I. Pressman Memorial Scholarship$5,000High
GeneTex Scholarship Program$2,000High
ABC Humane Wildlife Women In STEM Academic Scholarship$1,000High
GMiS STEM Scholarships$500High

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