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Course List for M. Eng. ~ Manufacturing Engineering

The M. Eng. ~ Manufacturing Engineering program requires completion of 24 units — i.e., 8 courses or 6 courses plus a project with industry (faculty approval required). All full-time students must successfully complete Practitioner’s Forum SEP 771 (0 units) — a W Booth School seminar series aimed at knowledge development, networking and community building.


Smart ManufacturingMcMaster Engineering

  • Manufacturing Processes I
  • Manufacturing Processes II
  • Manufacturing Systems
  • Advanced Mechatronics
  • Multivariate Statistical Methods
  • Industrial Networks
  • Sustainable Energy – Technology and Options Selection
  • Robotics
  • Advanced Robotics and Automation
  • Machine Tool Analysis
  • Statistics for Engineers
  • Digital Process Control
  • Advanced MEMS Fabrication and Microfluidics


Process Systems

  • Sustainable Manufacturing Processes
  • Multivariate Statistical Methods
  • Statistics for Engineers
  • Digital Control
  • Process Design and Integration
  • Systems Modelling and Optimization
  • Sustainable Energy – Technology and Options Selection
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  • Advance PSE Tools and Methods
  • Optimization of Chemical Processes


McMaster EngineeringAutomotive

  • Sustainable Energy – Technology and Options Selection
  • Advanced Robotics and Automation
  • Advanced Control on Internal Combustion Engines
  • Conception Design of Electric and Electric Hybrid Vehicles
  • Electric Vehicles Design
  • Management and Control of Electric Vehicle Batteries
  • Advanced Mechatronics
  • Digital Control
  • Manufacturing Systems
  • Advanced Concepts in Polymer Extrusion
  • Mechanical Vibrations


Additive Manufacturing

  • Additive Manufacturing I
  • Additive Manufacturing II
  • Advanced Concepts in Polymer Extrusion
  • Finite Element Applications
  • CAD/CAM/CAE
  • Solidification Processing
  • Multivariate Statistical Methods
  • Materials Characterization by Electron Microscopy
  • Advanced Mechatronics
  • Prototyping
  • Advanced Concepts in Polymer Extrusion