Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering

Manufacturing engineers apply scientific principles to the production of goods. They are key team members in the production of a wide range of products – automobiles, airplanes, electronics, surgical instruments, foodstuffs, recreational equipment, etc. Manufacturing engineers design the processes and systems to make products available when and where customers prefer, at the best possible price and in ways that are environmentally friendly.

Requirements

1st Year

ENGL 110College Composition I

3

UNIV 100Freshman Seminar

1

CSCI 160Computer Science I

4

MATH 165Calculus I

4

CHEM 121General Chemistry I

4

CHEM 121LGeneral Chemistry I Lab

1

COMM 110Fundamentals of Public Speaking

3

ENGL 120College Composition II

3

MATH 166Calculus II

4

ENGR 111BIntroduction to Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

3

IT 220Drawing and Specification Techniques I

3

ENGR 221Engineering Mechanics I

3

Total Credit Hours:36

2nd Year

IT 320Drawing and Specification Techniques II

3

MATH 259Multivariate Calculus

4

ENGR 207Circuit Analysis I

4

ENGR 222Engineering Mechanics II

3

ENGR 223Mechanics of Materials

3

HPER 100Concepts of Fitness and Wellness

2

MATH 266Introduction to Differential Equations

4

MATH 127Matrix Fundamentals

2

CHEM 122General Chemistry II

4

CHEM 122LGeneral Chemistry II Lab

1

ENGR 311Work/Station Design and Measurement

3

ENGR 440Engineering Economy

3

Total Credit Hours:35