University of Technology Sydney

MAJ03415 Manufacturing Engineering and Management

The Manufacturing Engineering and Management major allows students to upgrade skills and knowledge gained from an undergraduate mechanical/manufacturing engineering degree to advanced areas of mechanical engineering as well as manufacturing engineering and management.

Students can choose from a diverse range of subjects covering a number of different aspects, including:

  • operation of factories including material handling, air-conditioning, project management, air and noise pollution
  • advanced design and analysis of manufacturing processes including CAD/CAM, optimal design and decision-making, flow modelling, vibration analysis, internal combustion engines, turbine machines, and
  • quality and operations management systems, IT and innovation management in manufacturing.

This major is widely recognised and aims to educate technical specialists and managers of tomorrow in manufacturing technologies and management, and prepare them for the challenging demands of leadership roles in manufacturing and management in a global economy.

Note: the listing of this major on your academic transcript requires completion of three engineering management subjects in addition to the technical subjects.

Completion requirements

CBK90331  Subject choice (Group A)  18cp
CBK90230  Elective (Engineering)  6cp
Select 24 credit points of options:  24cp
49312  Advanced Flow Modelling 6cp 
49049  Air and Noise Pollution 6cp 
49322  Airconditioning 6cp 
49325  Computer-aided Mechanical Design 6cp 
49329  Control of Mechatronic Systems 6cp 
49928  Design Optimisation for Manufacturing 6cp 
49307  Internal Combustion Engines 6cp 
49002  Managing Projects 6cp 
49316  Materials Handling 6cp 
49328  Turbomachines 6cp 
Total  48cp