MIT Professional Education
This summer MIT Professional Education – Short Programs is offering a number of two to five day short courses taught by MIT faculty, including one by the directors of the MEngM program. These courses provide an opportunity to learn crucial knowledge and skills from some of the top experts in their respective fields, in areas of MIT expertise. For complete details on all of the available courses, visit the Short Programs website.
Below is a listing of the courses that pertain to manufacturing:
Advanced Mechanical Design and Manufacturing [2.77s]
June 11-15, 2012 | $3,500 | 3.1 CEUs
Lead Instructor: Martin Culpepper
This course provides intensive coverage of bearings, structures, fixtures, error models, and best practices that are used to create advanced mechanical systems. Theory and hands-on learning are combined to provide an introduction to the principles and practice of mechanical design with a focus on modeling, design, fabrication, assembly, and implementation. We will cover materials issues, emerging applications, and hands-on experiments to solidify understanding.
Energy, Sustainability, and Life Cycle Assessment [2.50s]
June 11-13, 2012 | $2,250 | 1.5 CEUs
Lead Instructor: Timothy Gutowski
This class addresses three aspects of sustainability from an engineering perspective: 1) energy resource analysis, 2) material resource analysis (including carbon, water, and nitrogen), and 3) life cycle assessment. Examples will be taken from three focus areas: fuels/biomaterials, water/desalination, and manufacturing/materials/design.
Modern Manufacturing Systems and Technology [2.30s]
June 25-27, 2012 | $2,310 | 1.8 CEUs
Lead Instructors: Brian Anthony, David Hardt
This course focuses on Manufacturing and the entire process of going from customer needs to order fulfillment, with a particular emphasis on the process of creating products on a commercial scale. It will focus on the conversion of material into components, and components into products that are delivered into a supply chain. This also encompasses the engineering and business aspects of these industries.
Advanced Study Program
For professionals looking to spend a semester or more at MIT, please consider the Advanced Study Program.The Advanced Study Program provides professionals in industry and government the opportunity to enroll in MIT credit courses to further their knowledge for their organization and to advance their own careers. If you are interested in taking manufacturing related courses for one or more semesters, on a full or part-time basis, while still working and contributing to your company, the Advanced Study Program provides you the vehicle to do just that! Earn grades, MIT credit, and a certificate of completion.
For more information please visit the MIT Professional Education Advanced Study Program website.