Additive Manufacturing


Learn to design and fabricate 3D structures.

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Successful applicants will hold a bachelor's degree, GPA of 3.0 or better, in engineering or science from an accredited institution. For a complete list of admission requirements, visit the Application Process page. 

Master of Engineering: 30 Credits or 10 Courses

Students in the Professional Master of Engineering in additive manufacturing program must take five core courses and five technical electives. Technical electives can be chosen from the remaining core list or the pre-approved technical elective list.  Students may also choose other related courses to fill these requirements. The curriculum is designed to be completed in two academic years by students pursuing the degree full-time. There is no research or thesis required for this degree. 

Graduate Certificate in Engineering: 12 Credits or 4 Courses

Students pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Engineering must complete the following additive manufacturing courses:

  • ENME744, Additive Manufacturing (required)

Choose any 3 of the following:

  • ENME600, Engineering Design Methods
  • ENME607/ENRE671, Engineering Decision Making/Risk Assessment in Engineering
  • ENME610, Engineering Optimization
  • ENME808E, Advanced Topics in Mechanical Engineering; Machine Learning: Theory and Applications OR ENME743, Applied Machine Learning for Engineering and Design
  • ENPM671, Advanced Mechanics of Materials

Degree Planning Sheets

All students are expected to complete a preliminary course plan for their intended degree program (10-course for MEng or 4-course for GCEN) with the Senior Academic Advisor by the end of their first semester of study. The Degree Planning Sheet lists the core and technical elective requirements for each program, and all courses that are pre-approved for that program. Alternative technical electives must be approved by the same academic advisor. 

Degree planning sheets for all academic programs can be found here.

Students in this program pay a special tuition rate, which does not differ between residents and non-residents of Maryland. This rate is not fully covered by graduate assistantships, fellowships or the tuition remission. Additional graduate student fees are charged. Tuition and fees are subject to change.

This program does not provide departmental assistantships or fellowships. Loans, work-study and need-based grants for citizens and permanent residents with demonstrated financial need may submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by appropriate FAFSA deadlines.

Fall 2018 - Summer 2019 Tuition and Fees
College Park
Tuition: $979.00 per credit hour
Fees: $449.00 for part-time (1 - 8 credits) graduate students taking classes at the College Park campus. This amount includes a $76.00 technology fee.
  $810.00 for full-time (9 or more credits) graduate students taking classes at the College Park campus. This amount includes a $152.00 technology fee.
(Tuition x Credit Hours + Fees) One course: $979.00 x 3 = $2,937.00 + $449.00 = $3,386.00
  Two courses: $979.00 x 6 = $5,874.00 + $449.00 = $6,323.00
  Three courses: $979.00 x 9 = $8,811.00 + $810.00 = $9,621.00
Remote Sites in Maryland  
Tuition: $979.00 per credit hour
Fees: $150.00 per class for courses taken via DETS at remote sites, plus a $76.50 technology fee.
(Tuition x Credit Hours + DETS Fees + Technology Fee) One course: $979.00 x 3 =  $2,937.00 + $150.00 + $76.50 = $3,163.50
  Two courses: $979.00 x 6 = $5,874.00 + $300.00 + $76.50 = $6,250.50
  Three courses: $979.00 x 9 = $8,811.00 + $450.00 + $153.00 = $9,414.00
Online Courses/Programs  
Tuition: $1,211.00 per credit hour
Fees: $76.50 Technology Fee for part-time. $153.00 for full-time.
(Tuition x Credit Hours + Technology fee) One course - $1,211.00 x 3 = $3,633.00 + $76.50 = $3,709.50
  Two courses - $1,211.00 x 6 = $7,266.00 + $76.50 = $7,342.50
  Three courses - $1,211.00 x 9 = $10,899.00 + $153.00 = $11,052.00

Tuition Fees, Billing and Payment Information

Additional Information

  • Note regarding Summer Semesters: All students who register for undergrad courses with Office of Extended Studies sections are subject to the summer deadlines. Graduate courses and those with non-Office of Extended Studies sections are subject to the regular billing deadlines as stated on the monthly statements from the Office of the Bursar, generally the 20th of the month.
  • ENPM Students taking BMGT Courses: The Robert H. Smith School of Business charges differential (higher) tuition to all students who enroll in master's level (600-799) courses. Taking the differential tuition into account in course planning is a student's individual responsibility. Please visit the Smith School of Business website that contains detailed information on the differential tuition rate for both in-state and out-of-state students.
  • Please note that Advanced Special Students will pay either the in-state or out-of-state graduate tuition rate based on their current status. If you are unsure of your status, please contact the Residency Classification Office.
  • Please note that any student enrolled in an online course will pay the online tuition rate ($1,211.00/credit hour and $76.50 technology fee) regardless of their status (including Advanced Special Students).
  • International Students: Effective Fall 2017, the University of Maryland will charge a fee of $125 per semester for all newly enrolled, full time international students, students who are neither U.S. citizens nor permanent residents. Part time students will be assessed $62.50 per semester. UMD will use the revenue from this fee to enhance support for our international students, improved academic support, expanded assistance for students transitioning to the U.S. and international student-focused cultural events to foster an engaged, supportive community.


Program Content Advisor

Dr. Abhijit Dasgupta

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Admissions Contact

Anna Damm


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Join us online or on campus  to learn more about the University of Maryland Master of Engineering degree programs. Information covered in an Open House includes academic program options as well as application requirements and deadlines. Individuals attending will have the opportunity to ask questions about their program of interest. Admissions coordinators will be on hand to answer admission questions.