MS in Additive Manufacturing

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Objective

The Master of Science in Additive Manufacturing program provides students hands-on training in methods to design, analyze, and fabricate complex structures using state-of-art additive manufacturing printing facilities. The degree is designed for students who want to further their career by enhancing their analytical and practical skills, critical thinking and problem solving strategies. The program is designed so that it can be completed in one year by full-time students; or in two years by part-time students.

Core Curriculum

  • Scientific and Engineering Foundations of Additive Manufacturing (3 credits)
  • Additive Manufacturing of Engineering Materials (3 credits)
  • Additive Manufacturing Lab (3 credits)
  • Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Finite Element Methods (FEM) for Stress Analysis of Additive Manufactured Structures (3 credits)
  • Engineering Optimization (3 credits) Methods of Engineering Analysis (3 credits) MS Thesis (6 credits) or Project (3 credits)

Program Info

The Master of Science in Additive Manufacturing program provides students hands-on training in methods to design, analyze, and fabricate complex structures using state-of-art additive manufacturing printing facilities. The degree is designed for students who want to further their career by enhancing their analytical and practical skills, critical thinking and problem solving strategies. The program is designed so that it can be completed in one year by full-time students; or in two years by part-time students.

The special areas of study include:

  • Advanced material science and mechanics of materials
  • Computer Aided Design (CAD) for novel structural design and Finite Element Methods (FEM) for structural optimization and stress analysis
  • Algorithm design for the additive manufacturing process

Electives

  • Advanced Mechanics of Materials (3 credits)
  • Introduction to Composite Materials and Analysis (3 credits)
  • Intermediate Heat Transfer (3 credits)
  • Mechanical Vibrations (3 credits)
  • Design for Manufacturability (3 credits)
  • Special topics (with multidisciplinary options)