The Master of Science provides an opportunity for graduates to obtain advanced research skills and knowledge in a professional learning environment. A Master of Science (MS) degree can provide you with the foundation of knowledge and key competencies you'll need throughout your career
As a highly technical area of study, manufacturing engineering can be focused on both the practices and processes of manufacturing. Delving into topics of tool development, process management, and facility equipment and machines, manufacturing engineering students may expect a well-rounded education in facilities and systems management.
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The M.S. in Textile Engineering program is intended to develop graduate students’ knowledge in the advanced fields of textile science and engineering. [+]
About the Program
The M.S. in Textile Engineering program is intended to develop graduate students’ knowledge in the advanced fields of textile science and engineering.
The program offers a wide range of textile engineering courses that prepare students to make significant contributions in advanced manufacturing technology and textile materials technology. The carefully integrated educational offerings at the University enable the student to be exposed to a wide range of professional education possibilities. A capstone thesis experience is required at the completion of the program.
For information regarding admission requirements and financial assistance please email Prof. Brian George, Director of Graduate Textile Engineering Programs at Georgeb@philau.edu or the graduate admissions office at GradAdm@PhilaU.edu... [-]