Application to the Manufacturing Engineering Program must be through a School of Engineering Department (ChNE, CS, ECE, or ME), and must identify degree code 339. Application forms are available from the respective department. Application to the dual-degree plan (MEME/MBA) must be through both the School of Engineering and the Anderson Schools of Management, and must identify degree code 339/140. International students click here.
MEME and MEME/MBA Application DEADLINES for Domestic Students are:
- July 30: Fall Semester
- November 30: Spring Semester
- April 30: Summer Session.
MEME and MEME/MBA Application for International Students are:
- March 1: Fall semester
- August 1: Spring Semester
- January 1: Summer Session
PLEASE NOTE: Applicants for the MS/Mfg degrees need to check with the departmental (ME or ECE) deadlines, which might be earlier than those listed above. In such cases, it is important that you consult individual departments and meet their specific deadline requirements.
Except for courses in which you are currently enrolled, ALL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS(including thesis and dissertation manuscripts, graduate exams and defenses, and incomplete grades) MUST BE COMPLETED and RELATED DOCUMENTATION RECEIVED BY OGS by the following DEADLINES:
Fall Graduation - November 15
Spring Graduation - April 15
Summer Graduation - July 15
INTENT TO GRADUATE (PDF)
This notification will not be accepted until a Program of Studies for Master's Degree
has been approved by the MEP and submitted to the Dean of Graduate Studies. The Notification of Intent to Graduate must be submitted to the MEP by the followingDEADLINES:
Fall Graduation - July 1; Spring Graduation - December 1; Summer Graduation - May 1.
NOTE 1: OGS requires that graduation lists be composed by the end of the semester prior to the semester of graduation.
NOTE 2: Except for courses in which you are currently enrolled, ALL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS (including thesis and dissertation manuscripts, graduate exams and defenses, and incomplete grades) MUST BE COMPLETED and RELATED DOCUMENTATION RECEIVED BY OGS by the following DEADLINES:
All work used to meet degree requirements for a master’s degree, including transfer credit, must be completed within a seven-year period immediately preceding the granting of the degree. Course work older than seven years cannot be used to meet requirements for the master’s degree. Graduate units may impose stricter limitations on the time limit for completion of degree requirements.
(see UNM On-line Catalog)
Doctoral candidates have five (5) calendar years from the semester in which they pass their doctoral comprehensive examination to complete the degree requirements. The final requirement is generally the acceptance of the student’s dissertation by the Dean of Graduate Studies.
(see UNM On-line Catalog)