Manufacturing Track Recommended Core Courses 

Highly recommended (specifically developed to be added to the permanent curriculum of the M.Eng.ME program):
ME 430.  Failure of Engrg Materials
ME 451.  Computer-Aided Mfg Systems
ME 460.  Industrial Control Systems
ME 462.  Advanced Computer Control
ME 598. Computational Modeling of Industrial Transport Processes

Recommended:
ME 420. Intermediate Heat Transfer
ME 445. Introduction to Robotics
ME 446. Robot Dynamics and Control
ME 452. Numerical Control of Manufacturing Processes
ME 453. Data Science in Manufacturing Quality Control
ME 455. Micromanufacturing Process & Automation
ME 458. Additive Manufacturing and Product Design
ME 461. Computer Control of Mechanical Systems
ME 471. Finite Element Analysis
ME 472. Introduction to Tribology
ME 530. Fatigue Analysis
ME 543. Applied Control System Design
ME 598. Special Topics
ME 598. Fun with Mechanics
ME 598. Advanced Robust Control
TAM 470. Computational Mechanics
TAM 541. Mathematical Methods I
TAM 542. Mathematical Methods II
TAM 554. Plasticity
TAM 555. Fracture Mechanics
TAM 574. Advanced Finite Element Methods

Online
ME 420. Intermediate Heat Transfer
ME 451.  Computer-Aided Mfg Systems
ME 453.  Data Science in Manufacturing Quality Control
ME 543.  Applied Control System Design & Analysis
ME 598. Advanced Robust Control
ME 598. Computational Modeling of Industrial Transport Processes

Detailed course offerings can be found using the University of Illinois Course Explorer. Online course catalog is available here. Additional ME 598 Special Topics classes are offered on a regular basis. These fluctuate in availability from semester to semester. Please check back frequently for updates.