Manufacturing Systems Engineering

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Chair's Message

Ahmad Sarfaraz, Ph.D.
MSEM Department Chair
Professor of Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Welcome to the website of the Department of Manufacturing Systems Engineering at California State University, Northridge. The department offers 6 programs: 2 undergraduate programs Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Management, Bachelor of Science degree in Manufacturing Systems Engineering and Management and 3 graduate programs: Master of Science degree in Engineering Management, Master of Science degree in Manufacturing Systems Engineering, and Master of Science degree in Materials Engineering, and 1 Certificate program in Quality Management.

CSUN’s academic programs are accredited by WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges https://www.wscuc.org/). Our BS degree program in Manufacturing Systems Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology http://www.abet.org/), while the BS degree program in Engineering Management is fairly new and will seek accreditation soon).  The programs are designed to provide the graduate a sound manufacturing systems engineering and engineering management education to better prepare them for the professional practice of the respective engineering field.

The department has a strong advisement, mentoring and tutoring system to better facilitate the success and prompt graduation of the students. Our senior design courses insure that the graduates experience real engineering and management projects. The Student Chapter (No. S327) of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME http://www.sme.org/) is very active and attends local, regional, and national competitions. There is a newly formed (July 2012) Engineering Management Student Association (EMSA) in our graduate Engineering Management program who organizes a series of 4 seminars each semester.

If you want more information about the department and the programs, feel free to contact us at (818) 677-2167 or visit the links on our department webpage. You may also want to check the MSEM Section of the CSUN Catalog.

We wish you success in your endeavors.