Prepare for a new role in your career with a Master’s degree in Engineering. The North Alabama Master of Science in Applied Manufacturing Engineering offers the skills and training in high demand by manufacturing employers. Take advantage of our faculty’s deep experience in applied engineering at a surprisingly affordable price.
This online engineering degree has been specifically developed to meet the demands of working professionals with a versatile curriculum based on cutting-edge research and industry demand, flexible admissions with consideration given to all STEM bachelor’s degrees, and advising and mentoring support from the university’s outstanding professors.
Time to Complete: As few as 2 years
Mode Offered: Online
Why North Alabama?
The University of North Alabama is a leader in online programs recognized for quality and student development, including access to career development events like the expansive annual Career Fair.
The Engineering and Technology programs at North Alabama are known for exceptional student service with accomplished professors hailing from ranked universities and is on track to become an ABET-accredited undergraduate program in 2020.
By choosing a Master's degree in Engineering from the University of North Alabama, you will benefit from a program stressing applied manufacturing technologies based on the current challenges of the industries and employers specifically looking for qualified engineers in order to meet those needs.
Platform classes in applied engineering math and programming:
Choose from Advanced Discipline-Specific Classes in 3-D modeling, Chemical Processes, Automated Manufacturing, and Bio-Engineering.
Choose from MBA Classes in Project Management, Team Building, and ERP Systems.
Manufacturing classes include (but are not limited to):
What can I do with an MS in Applied Manufacturing Engineering?
The purpose of a Master’s degree in Engineering is to provide further training and skills for advancement and leadership opportunities using applied methodologies that are in direct response to the needs of manufacturing. Job titles you may qualify for with this graduate-level, online engineering degree include Manufacturing Manager, Project Manager, ERP Manager, Manufacturing Director, Facilities Manager, Maintenance Manager, General Manager, Safety Manager, and general engineering management positions.
The minimum requirements to be considered for acceptance into the Master’s degree in Engineering program include one of the following:
A four-year engineering degree from an ABET-accredited school.
A four-year engineering technology degree from an ABET-accredited school.
A four-year engineering technology or another STEM degree may apply with two levels of calculus upon approval.
Tuition and Aid
$350 per credit hour
Plus a $50 per-credit-hour Distance Learning fee for a total of 30 credit hours. Save money by asking your employer about their tuition reimbursement policy.