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Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Engineering with a focus in Engineering Manufacturing Operations

This degree plan combines the traditional fields of industrial and systems engineering and mechanical engineering, preparing you for a career in manufacturing. Graduates from this program can expect to work in a variety of industries, from automotive, aerospace, chemical processing, consumer products, tooling, building materials and more. The knowledge you'll gain can also be applied toward careers in data analytics, informatics, consulting and any job that requires problem-solving skills. 

Areas of focus 

  • principles of lean manufacturing and Six Sigma
  • modeling and simulation of production systems
  • quality engineering

Current Program Requirements