The Master of Science in Computer Aided Engineering at Eastern Michigan University is designed to prepare students with competent backgrounds in the engineering principles and utilize the computer-based tools and techniques for all engineering functions and processes. The graduates generally apply the knowledge and principles to mechanical engineering, engineering analysis, product design and automated manufacturing using computer aided engineering tools. In addition, the curriculum includes the study of computer aided design, CNC programming, computer aided manufacturing, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, plastic mold design and manufacturing.
Both day and evening classes are offered. Small classes afford you the maximum opportunity to interact with your classmates and teachers. Most Computer Aided Engineering courses involve laboratory assignments that provide hands-on experience.