University of California, Los Angeles

Engineering - MS in Engineering-Manufacturing and Design, Online

University of California, Los Angeles
In Los Angeles (USA)

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Typology Postgraduate
Location Los angeles (USA)
Start 01/09/2020
  • Postgraduate
  • Los angeles (USA)
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The School of Engineering and Applied Science offers the Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Engineering (an online degree program) as a schoolwide degree.

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Los Angeles (USA)
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01 Sep 2020Now taking bookings

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What you'll learn on the course

Manufacturing design

Course programme

At least nine courses are required (36 units), of which at least five must be graduate courses at the 200 level (excluding the ENGR 299 Capstone Project course), and meet the Capstone Plan requirement. Courses applied toward the degree must be taken for letter grade; S/U grading is not acceptable.

Students must select a minimum of six courses from the following:

MAE 166C, MAE 168, MAE 171B, MAE 262, MAE CM280A, MAE 295C, MAE 296A, MAE 296B, MAE 297

Electives: The remaining courses may be selected from the courses offered by the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Courses from other departments may be used with approval of the area director.

Teaching Experience

Not required.

Field Experience

Not required.

Capstone Plan

Students can meet the Capstone Plan requirement in two ways:

Choose (1 option below)

Option 1:

Take and pass the ENGR 299 Capstone Project course.

Option 2:

Take and pass three written exams for three different graduate level courses within the student's area of specialization. The written exams are held concurrently with the final exam of the graduate level courses. Students may select which exams they would like to count towards the Capstone Plan requirement.

Thesis Plan



Students are expected to complete the degree within nine academic quarters, or seven academic quarters and two summer terms. The maximum time allowed in this program is ten academic quarters (excluding summer terms).


University Policy

A student who fails to meet the above requirements may be recommended for termination of graduate study. A graduate student may be disqualified from continuing in the graduate program for a variety of reasons. The most common is failure to maintain the minimum cumulative grade point average (3.00) required by the Academic Senate to remain in good standing (some programs require a higher grade point average). Other examples include failure of examinations, lack of timely progress toward the degree and poor performance in core courses. Probationary students (those with cumulative grade point averages below 3.00) are subject to immediate dismissal upon the recommendation of their department. University guidelines governing termination of graduate students, including the appeal procedure, are outlined in Standards and Procedures for Graduate Study at UCLA.

Special Departmental or Program Policy

A recommendation for academic disqualification is reviewed by the school's Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs. In addition to the standard reasons noted above, a student may be recommended for academic disqualification for:

UCLA is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and by numerous special agencies. Information regarding the University's accreditation may be obtained from the Office of Academic Planning and Budget, 2107 Murphy Hall.

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