Manufacturing Engineering, M.E.M.E.

School of Engineering

Program Description:

The University of New Mexico offers several options leading to a master degree in manufacturing disciplines. Students may earn Master of Science degrees in ME, with a manufacturing concentration, or, a student may earn the degree of Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering (MEME) - a degree that is aimed at engineering practice and covers a wider range of manufacturing topics than the MS programs.

Admission Requirements:

Applicant must have taken the old GRE within the last ten years, with a minimum score of 400 Verbal, 600 Quantitative, and 3.5 Analytical Writing. International students must take the TOEFL, with a minimum score of 550. For the new GRE (effective August 2011), applicants must have a minimum combined score of 300.

Students seeking the MEME/MBA dual-degree plan must take the GRE, but the GMAT is optional.

Applicants to MEME or MEME/MBA curriculum must have an undergraduate degree in engineering or computer science.


Contact Information:

John Wood: Director, Manufacturing Engineering
(505) 272-7000
jw@unm.edu