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Graduate Certificate in
Additive Manufacturing and Design

Courses

You can earn the Graduate Certificate in Additive Manufacturing and Design by successfully completing three of the four non-laboratory courses in the additive manufacturing and design graduate program. The 12-credit curriculum can help you gain the knowledge and skills necessary to work effectively across additive manufacturing domains.

Required Courses (select 12 credits)

Complete three of the following four courses to earn this graduate certificate.

  • 4
    credits

    Comprehensive study of the fundamentals, process characteristics, economics, and practical applications of various additive manufacturing processes.

  • 4
    credits

    Explores processes with a focus on the fundamentals of sintering and fusion of metals, ceramics, and polymers.

  • 4
    credits

    Explore design methods and tools for additive manufacturing, including opportunistic and restrictive aspects of different additive manufacturing processes and their related industry applications.

  • 4
    credits

    Focuses on the state of the art in understanding processing, structure, and property relationships in materials fabricated using additive manufacturing.

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If you're ready to see when your courses will be offered, visit our public LionPATH course search (opens in new window) to start planning ahead.

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