Due to COVID-19, the application deadline has been extended; completed applications are due by Tuesday, June 30. Given the uncertainty of COVID-19, your admission can be deferred for three semesters without having to resubmit any application documents. Applications may be able to be processed after this date. For details, email [email protected].
The Master of Manufacturing Management (MMM) graduate degree is jointly offered through the School of Engineering, one of the nation’s Top 40 undergraduate engineering programs, and the AACSB International-accredited Black School of Business.
The MMM program further educates professionals who want to develop in-depth, relevant manufacturing knowledge while also advancing their engineering and management skills.
This 32-credit program can be pursued on a part-time basis that is ideal for working professionals, or as a full-time program that can be completed in one year. The latter option appeals to college students about to graduate from programs in business, science, or engineering who are looking for a one-year master's degree program.
The MMM program is delivered primarily online. Full-time students make two Friday-Sunday campus visits per semester; part-time students make one campus visit. All students also attend one three-day summer residency for plant visits. This delivery format offers working professionals ultimate flexibility—job responsibilities, family commitments and shift work no longer stand between you and advanced manufacturing and operations leadership.
Accelerate your career with cutting-edge manufacturing-operations knowledge in lean techniques, product delivery, six sigma quality, and modern supply chain management practices. In this award-winning program, students will enhance their communication and leadership skills that are recognized as essential and greatly valued in today’s business environments. Personal coaching is provided to facilitate the development of communication skills needed across all levels of the organization, from the factory floor to the boardroom. Collaborative projects and team-building skills are strongly promoted by this program. Graduates of this curriculum have achieved the management readiness that business enterprises are seeking.
Master of Manufacturing Management (MMM)
School of Engineering, 242 Burke Center
5101 Jordan Road, Erie PA 16563-1701