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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. 

You'll learn about: 

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

Course List

Students in this program of study may take electives in one or more of the following areas: automation, data analytics, quality engineering, management, and supply chain logistics.

Year 1

  • Common first year engineering coursework

Year 2 - Fall                  

  • PHYS 207: Electricity and Magnetism for Engineering and Science (3)
  • PHYS/ENGR 217: Experimental Physics and Engineering Lab III - Electricity and Magnetism (2)
  • MATH 251: Engineering Mathematics III (3)
  • MEEN 221: Statics and Particles Dynamics (3)
  • STAT 211: Principles of Statistics I (3)
  • MSEN 222: Materials Science (3)

Year 2 - Spring              

  • MEEN 315: Principles of Thermodynamics (3)
  • MATH 308: Differential Equations (3)
  • MEEN 260: Mechanical Measurements (3)
  • ECEN 215: Principles of Electrical Engineering (3)
  • CSCE 206: Structured Programming in C (4)

Year 3 - Fall                  

  • MATH 304: Linear Algebra (3)
  • MEEN 357: Engineering Analysis for Mechanical Engineers (3)
  • ISEN 210: Fundamentals of Industrial Engineering Design (4)
  • MEEN 210: Geometric Modeling for Mechanical Design (2)
  • ISEN 310: Uncertainty Modeling for Industrial Engineering (3)

Year 3 - Spring              

  • CVEN 305: Mechanics of Materials (3)
  • ISEN 350: Quality Engineering (3)
  • ISEN 355: System Simulation (3)
  • University Core Curriculum (6)

Year 4 - Fall

  • ENGR 401: Interdisciplinary Design (3)
  • MEEN 360/ 361: Materials and Manufacturing Selection in Design/Lab (4)
  • ISEN 370: Production Systems Engineering (3)
  • Technical Elective (3)
  • Communications Elective (3)

Year 4 - Spring              

  • ENGR 402: Interdisciplinary Design II (3)
  • ENGR 482: Ethics and Engineering (3)
  • ISEN 453: Manufacturing Operations (3)
  • ISEN 360: Lean Thinking and Lean Engr in the Process Industries (3)
  • Technical Elective (3)
  • University Core Curriculum (3)