Become a leader in manufacturing—or in your workplace.
Penn State Behrend’s Master of Manufacturing Management (M.M.M.) in Quality and Manufacturing Management will build your skills in engineering, business, and quality, making you uniquely qualified to lead in production settings.
And because the MMM degree is designed to meet the specific needs of manufacturers, you’ll find the course content immediately applicable on the job—whether the one you have now or the one you’re aiming to get next.
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Why Penn State Behrend?
Behrend’s MMM degree is flexible and convenient, and designed with working professionals in mind. The program can be pursued on a full-time or part-time schedule, and classes are primarily online, with just two on-campus visits per semester for hands-on, experiential learning.
You’ll enhance your skills through the program’s four components:
- Manufacturing Engineering
- Manufacturing Management
- Quality and Lean Manufacturing
- Leadership and Communication
You’ll then put those new skills to work in a two-semester capstone course using market-based strategies to create a product, develop manufacturing and supply chain support, and project financial outcomes.
You’ll learn from engaged, professional faculty who bring their expertise in lean techniques, product delivery, six sigma quality, and modern supply chain management practices. And because the degree is offered jointly by Behrend’s School of Engineering and AACSB International-accredited Black School of Business, you’ll master all angles of manufacturing management, preparing you to be a leader both on the factory floor and in the boardroom.
Ready to learn more about Behrend’s Master of Manufacturing Management degree? Contact our Graduate Admissions team or Dr. Dipo Onipede or Dr. Diane Parente, program directors.