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College of Engineering / Program / Automotive Manufacturing Systems Graduate Certificate

Why this certificate?

The Automotive Manufacturing Systems graduate certificate, offered through the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, is available to both degree and non-degree-seeking students who are interested in continuing their education, but may not be ready to commit to a master's degree program. A student who earns the certificate will have advanced knowledge and experience in designing, manufacturing and managing products, processes and systems across industries.

You are eligible to apply if...

  • You hold a bachelor's degree or equivalent from an institution of recognized standing (exceptions may be approved if the student has the background needed to succeed in the graduate engineering courses).
  • There is no GRE requirement.

To complete the program you must...

  • Complete four courses (12 credit hours) in Industrial and Systems Engineering graduate (6000/7000 level) course work which may include:
    • INSY 6330/6336 Data-Based Decision Making Using Six Sigma  3 hours
    • INSY 6800/6806 Lean Production  3 hours
    • INSY6830/6836 Vehicle Technology and Trends  3 hours
    • INSY 6840/6846 Control of the Manufacturing Floor and Processes  3 hours
    • INSY 6860/6866 Automotive Manufacturing Systems  3 hours

 

What can you expect?

  • Students who complete the graduate certificate will have an in-depth knowledge and education in automotive manufacturing systems
  • If a student chooses to pursue a master's degree, all academic credit earned from the certificate may be applied toward the graduate degree

Applying for the Automotive Manufacturing Systems Graduate Certificate