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Why Pursue an MS in AMEE?

The Master of Science in Advanced Manufacturing and Enterprise Engineering (MS in AMEE) program is designed to offer an opportunity to individuals who are inspired for leadership positions in industry, government and academia. The MS in AMEE is truly an interdisciplinary program founded on the strong collaboration of many academic departments and the Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Lean Systems (CAMLS). Graduate students are exposed to research problems through projects with the industry consortium members of CAMLS and its state-of-the-art laboratory facilities.

Advanced Manufacturing

Effective integration and synthesis of automation technologies, human resources, and decision making models that facilitate efficient design, planning, scheduling and control of production of goods and provision of services.

Enterprise Engineering

Use of effective systems engineering tools, lean and six-sigma methodologies to engineer the entire enterprise or design and integration of certain enterprise components for most efficient products, process and business operations.

Research Labs/Facilities

Admission & Application Requirements

Applications are submitted through the UTSA Graduate Application. Please upload all required documents (listed below) on your UTSA Graduate Application. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure completion and submission of the application, a nonrefundable application fee, and all required supporting documents are on file with UTSA by the appropriate application deadline.

Advanced Manufacturing & Enterprise Engineering (MS)
  Required Degree Bachelor's Degree from a regionally accredited college or university in the United States or have proof of equivalent training at a foreign institution
  Minimum GPA 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) departments may consider GPA of last 60 semester credit hours
  Coursework 18 credit hours in an area related to this graduate degree and at least 12 hours must be at the upper-division level
  Transcripts* Required from all institutions attended; international transcripts must be recorded/translated to English
  Credential Evaluation Required if you have earned university-level credit from foreign institutions, submit an evaluation of your transcripts from Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) directly from the graduate admission application platform
  GRE Required scores not older than five years
  TOEFL/IELTS Score 550 TOEFL Paper / 79 TOEFL Internet / 6.5 IELTS scores for International applicants (exempt countries)
  Purpose Statement Required 750-900 words describing research interest and why you're applying
  Resume Required
  Letters of Recommendation 1 letters demonstrating your academic and personal attributes for success in this program (you will request these through the Graduate Admissions Application; let your recommenders know of your deadline to ensure submissions are on time)
*Unofficial transcripts will be taken into consideration for admissions; however if admitted into the program, you must submit official transcripts to the University.
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Admission Deadlines

Applicants are encouraged to have their admission file completed as early as possible. All applications, required documents and letters of recommendation if applicable must be submitted by 5:00 PM U.S. Central Time on the day of the deadline. Deadlines are subject to change.

Advanced Manufacturing & Enterprise Engineering (MS)
Completed applications will be reviewed for admission on rolling basis. Decisions generally will be made and sent to applicants within 4 to 6 weeks of receiving the application.
  Fall Spring Summer
Priority April 1 September 1 February 1
International June 1 November 1 April 1
Domestic August 1 December 15 May 1

Funding Opportunities

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Career Options

UTSA prepares you for future careers that are in demand. The possible careers below is data pulled by a third-party tool called Emsi, which pulls information from sources like the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Census Bureau, online job postings, other government databases and more to give you regional and national career outlook related to this academic program.


This program is housed on UTSA’s Main campus. Graduate courses are typically offered at either 5:30-6:45 pm or 7:00-8:15 pm in order to accommodate working students.

Graduate Advisor of Record

Hung-Da Wan, PhD

210-458-6325

Graduate.ME.Engineering@utsa.edu