Advanced manufacturing plays a vital role in all aspects of our economy, from biotechnology to green energy, aerospace to automotive, pharmaceuticals to nanotechnology, and more. Innovations in technology are rapidly changing the way products are conceived, designed, fabricated, distributed, and supported.
Pursuing an education in advanced manufacturing at CSU will expand your knowledge of automation and simulation, manufacturing applications, and processing of materials. World class faculty lead four hands-on academic programs and will guide you through the understanding of engineering disciplines such as additive manufacturing, polymer composites, metal and ceramic 3D printing, and robot mechanics and controls. In addition, courses related to materials selection, digital product design and development, biotechnology, and integrated supply chains are available.