Manufacturing

MS Engineering – Manufacturing

Manufacturing and Design

Online by the SEAS

UCLA MS Engineering Online,
msenrgol.seas.ucla.edu

 

Area Director:  Prof. D. Yang,

 Description:  An
advanced study in the area of manufacturing and design that covers a broad
spectrum of fundamental and advanced topics in modern manufacturing and design,
including mechanical systems, digital control systems, micro- and nano-devices,
wireless systems, failure of materials, composites, and computational geometry.
The program prepares students with the higher educational background that is
necessary for today’s rapidly changing technology needs.

Course Recommendations that meet manufacturing requirements:

  1. MAE 166C Design of Composite
    Structures
     
  2. MAE
    168. Introduction to Finite Element Technology
  3. MAE 171B. Digital Control of Physical Systems
  4. MAE CM280A Nano/Micro Mfg
  5. MAE 295C. RFID Systems, Design, & Analysis
  6. MAE
    296A.  Damage and Failure of
    Materials in Mechanical Design
  7. MAE 297 Composites Manufacturing
  8. E 299 Project Course

Requirements:

Students are required to take the following courses: MAE166C, MAE168, MAE171B.
Students are required to take the following: MAE295C, and CM280A

Students must
take E 299 project Course

The remaining courses may be selected from the MAE courses listed
below.  At least four of the courses plus
the project course must be at the 200 level.

MAE
150B:
Aerodynamics [Summer]

MAE156A:
Advanced Strength of Materials [Fall]

MAE
154B:
Design of Aerospace Structures [Fall]

MAE
166C
: Design of Composite Structures [Fall]

MAE
168:
Introduction to Finite Element Technology [Winter]

MAE
171B:
Digital Control of Physical Systems [Spring]

MAE
250D:
Computational Aerodynamics [Summer]

MAE 256A: Linear Elasticity [Summer]

MAE
256F:
Analytical Fracture Mechanics [Summer]

MAE
262:
Mechanics of Intelligent Material Systems [Fall]

MAE
269A:
Dynamics of Structures [Winter]

MAE
269D:
Aeroelastic Effects in Structures [Winter]

MAE
270A:
Linear Dynamic Systems [Winter]

MAE
270B:
Linear Optimal Control [Fall]

MAE CM280A: Nano/Micro
Mfg [Winter]

MAE
295C:
RFID Systems, Design, & Analysis [Summer]

MAE
296A:
Damage and Failure of Materials in Mechanical Design [Summer]

MAE
297:
Composite Manufacturing [Spring]