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Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Degree

MSU Denver’s Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Institute is at the forefront of a revolution in America’s Manufacturing economy: That is the use of smarter, leaner factories to develop and produce innovative new products, materials, and techniques.

This multi-disciplinary degree, taught by faculty from a variety of technology disciplines, will prepare you for leading-edge careers in the Advanced Manufacturing sector.

To earn your bachelor of science degree in Advanced Manufacturing Science, you’ll complete a common core of courses that focus on subjects and experiences that are critical to a successful career in Advanced Manufacturing. In addition to that core, you’ll chose from one of eight concentrations - Aerospace, Civil Engineering Technology, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering Technology, Industrial Design, Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Operations Management.

The Advanced Manufacturing Sciences bachelor degree program is designed to help you develop skills in critical thinking, leadership, technical writing, computer-aided designing and more. Plus you’ll come to understand Advanced Manufacturing industry sector, manufacturing materials and processes, testing and inspection, project and budget management, electronics, and data management including cyber-risk.

AMS Concentration Areas


Professional Internship

An important element of the AMS Core Courses is the “Professional Internship” course (AMS 4950), which gives our students the invaluable opportunity to work, onsite, at one of our manufacturing company partners. This represents an important opportunity to learn what it’s like to work in a multidisciplinary manufacturing environment on a “real-life” project, and, to establish critical industry contacts, with regard to future employment opportunities.

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