General and Application Information for Manufacturing Engineering Program

The University of New Mexico offers the Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering (MEME) degree with a choice of concentrations in Computer Integrated Manufacturing (a 33 credit hour program), Mechanical and Equipment Manufacturing (a 33 credit hour program), or Semiconductor and Microsystems Manufacturing (a 31 credit hour program).  Or, students may earn a dual-degree, consisting of MEME plus MBA (a 60 credit hour program).

The MEME program generally requires three to four semesters to complete. The MEME/MBA degree may take two or more years to complete. The three-month Industrial Internship can be waived if the applicant has had comparable prior work experience in a manufacturing setting or currently employed in manufacturing.
 

For General Graduate Studies Information, application process, etc. see

https://grad.unm.edu/home/ 

For program application information, see: 

http://grad.unm.edu/graduate-programs/documents/manufacturing-engineering-meme.pdf

Manufacturing Engineering DEGREES

  • MEME/CIM Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering (MEME) with Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
  • MEME/MEM Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering (MEME) with Mechanical and Equipment Manufacturing (MEM)
  • MEME/SMM Master of Engineering in Manufactruing Engineering (MEME) with Semiconductor and Microsystems Manufacturing (SMM) Concentration
  • MEME/MBA Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering and Master of Business Administration Program
  • BSME/MEME Shared-credit Undergraduate/Graduate Degree Programs