The manufacturing sector has long been a strategic driver of societal wealth creation, and thereby has affected improvements to standards of living and quality of life. Central to this sector are disruptive technologies that will drive forward dramatic changes in manufacturing over the next 10-20 years.
The Emphasis in Advanced Manufacturing is sponsored by the Toronto Institute for Advanced Manufacturing, and was developed to expose Master of Engineering students to topics in advanced manufacturing. MEng students can choose to take courses from either of two streams: Manufacturing Management and Manufacturing Engineering.
The Emphasis in Advanced Manufacturing is available to MEng students in any of four departments in the Faculty (Aerospace, Chemical, Mechanical & Industrial, and Materials Science). Students should be able to complete the Emphasis requirements within the requirements of their MEng program.
Students who complete the requirements of the Emphasis in Advanced Manufacturing will have the Emphasis transcribed on their transcript instead of a certificate.
MEng students can earn an Emphasis in Advanced Manufacturing by completing four courses, including at least one core course. The remaining three courses may be other core courses, or any of the elective courses in either the Manufacturing Management stream or the Manufacturing Engineering stream. There is no requirement that the courses be chosen from just one stream.
Students who complete the requirements of the emphasis will have their emphasis transcribed on their transcript.
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Some courses may satisfy the requirements of multiple emphases. Students may double-count a maximum of one course towards the requirements of any two emphases.
Students cannot earn more than two emphases.
AER501H Advanced Mechanics of Structures
AER1403H Advanced Aerospace Structures
APS1028H Operations and Production Management for Manufacturing and Services
CHE1123H Liquid Biofuels
MIE1740H Smart Materials and Structures
MIE519H1 Advanced Manufacturing Technologies
Manufacturing Management stream
Manufacturing Management courses are for students who seek to move into positions of leadership in industry. Students will obtain fundamental knowledge and develop an understanding of the operational complexity of enterprises, innovation management, manufacturing and business process improvement/optimization, and integrated product/process/system design. In addition, students will develop the cognitive skills to critically evaluate the potential benefits of alternative manufacturing strategies; to use virtual/simulated platforms to facilitate and improve business processes; and to analyze enterprise systems as interacting units, components, and subsystems.
APS1420H Technology, Engineering and Global Development
APS1005H Operations Research for Engineering Management
APS1012H Management of Innovation in Engineering
APS1013H Applying Innovation in Engineering
APS1014H Advanced Project Management
APS1017H Supply Chain Management and Logistics
APS1020H International Business for Engineers
APS1023H New Product Innovation
APS1040S Quality Control for Engineering Management
APS1088H Entrepreneurship for Business
TEP1011H Concepts and Application of Authentic Leadership
TEP1026H Positive Psychology for Engineers
TEP1501H Leadership and Leading in Groups and Organizations
CHE561H Risk Based Safety Management
CHE1434H Six Sigma for Chemical Processes
MIE523H Engineering Psychology and Human Performance
MIE1505H Enterprise Modeling
MIE1514H Systems Design and Engineering – A Product Perspective
MIE1715H Life Cycle Engineering
MIE1723H Engineering Maintenance Management
MIE1727H Statistical Methods of Quality Assurance
Manufacturing Engineering stream
Manufacturing Engineering courses focus on advanced and emerging manufacturing technologies and skills that can be deployed to increase the efficiency, productivity and profitability of modern manufacturing industry. Students will obtain an understanding of specific advanced and emerging manufacturing technologies and skills, and how to implement these technologies in the manufacturing sector in Ontario and in Canada, in key industrial sectors such as automotive, aerospace, electronics and biomedical.
AER521H Mobile Robotics and Perception
AER1415H Optimization Concepts and Applications
CHE1134H Advances in Bioengineering
CHE1475H Biocomposite Materials
MIE506H MEMS Design and Microfabrication
MIE540H Product Design
MIE1706H Manufacturing of Cellular and Microcellular Polymers
MIE1713H Analysis and Design of Joints in Manufactured Products
MIE1718H Computer Integrated Manufacturing
MIE1743H Axiomatic Design Principles for Conceptual and Embodiment Design
MSE558H Nanotechnology in Alternate Energy Systems
MSE561H Engineered Ceramics
MSE1015H Mechanical Properties of Solids I
MSE1028H Advanced Materials Science
MSE1029H Electrochemical Synthesis of Nanomaterials
MSE1031H Forensic Engineering
ROB501H Computer Vision for Robotics