The Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Engineering with a Specialization in Advanced Manufacturing is a pre-approved course of study. The following courses are offered: 

Freshman Year

Fall: 16 credits

  • Comp. and Rhetoric (3) 
  • Foundations in Engineering I (2)
  • Engineering Mathetmatics I (4)
  • Mechanics (4)
  • University Core Curriculum Elective (3)

Spring:  17 credits

  • General Chemistry for Engineering Students (3)
  • General Chemistry lab (1)
  • Foundations in Engineering II (2)
  • Engineering Mathematics II (4)
  • Electricity and Optics (4)
  • University Core Curriculum Elective (3)

Sophomore Year

Fall: 18 credits

  • Engineering Graphics (2)
  • Manufacturing and Assembly Proc. I (3)
  • Engineering Mathematics III (3)
  • Materials Science (3)
  • Intro to Computer Science Concepts and Programming/ Introduction to Program design and Concepts/Structured Porgramming in C (4)
  • University Core Curriculum Elective (3)

Spring: 15 credits

  • Differential Equations (3)
  • Principals of Statistics I (3)
  • Mechanics of Materials (3)
  • Principles of Electrical Engineering (3)
  • Informatics for Industrial Engineers (3)

Junior Year

Fall: 18 credits

  • Product Design and Solid Model (3)
  • Uncertainty Modeling for Industrial Engineering (3)
  • Dynamics and Vibration (3)
  • Materials Processing (3)
  • Engineering Analysis for Mechanical Engineers (3)
  • University Core Curriculum Elective (3)

Spring: 17 credits

  • Engineering Economic Analysis (2)
  • Quality Engineering (3)
  • Signals and Systems (3)
  • Computer-Aided Manufacturing (3)
  • Engineering Project Management (3)
  • University Core Curriculum Elective (3)

Senior Year

Fall: 15 credits

  • Interdisciplinary Design (3)
  • Ethics and Engineering (3)
  • Materials/Process Elective (3)
  • Assessment Elective (3)
  • University Core Curriculum Elective (3)

Spring: 12 credits

  • Interdisciplinary Design (3)
  • Material/Process or Assessment Elective (3)
  • Technical Elective (3)
  • University Core Curriculum Elective (3)

Material/Process Electives:

  • Industrial Welding Processes (3)
  • Materials in Design (3)
  • Corrosion Engineering (3)
  • Advanced Manufacturing (3)
  • Custom Manufacturing (3)

Assessment Electives: 

  • Inspection Methods and Procedures (3)
  • Sound and Vibration Measurements (3)
  • Total Quality Engineering (3)
  • Advanced Data Analytics for Industry (3)
  • Advanced Metrology (3)