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Industrial and Manufacturing
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Undergraduate Programs

Concurrent B.S.E. degrees in ISE and MFGE


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INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING majors may also pursue a concurrent B.S.E. degree in Manufacturing Engineering and thus can earn two B.S.E. degrees at the same time:

 

  • B.S.E. degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering
  • B.S.E. degree in Manufacturing Engineering.

This requires a minimum of 15 credits of additional and separate courses beyond the 128 credits required for Fall 2006 catalog year BSE in Industrial and Systems Engineering alone. Both degrees must be earned at the same time.

ISE majors who want a concurrent degree in MFGE take 15-16 credits

ME 230, Thermodynamics (4)

IMSE 4825, Industrial Controls (4) or ME 442, Control Systems Analysis (4)

IMSE 4835, Computer Aided Process Design and Manufacturing (4)

 

One course from the following list:

IMSE 4815, Manufacturing Processes II (4)

ENGR 350, Nanoscience and Nanotechnolgy (4) 

IMSE 488, Metal Forming Processes (3)

ME 484, Maufacturing Poly Comp Materials (3)

 

* Note: If some of the courses above were already taken for the ISE degree, take one or more courses from the list below for a minimum of 15 credits beyond the 128 needed for ISE degree.

 

 IMSE 381Industrial Robots (4) 
 IMSE 4545Information Systems Design (4) 
 IMSE 486Design for Assembly and Manufacturing (3) 
   or ME 460 Design for Manufacturing (3) 
  IMSE 4815 (4) or IMSE 488 (3) or ENGR 350 (4) or ME 484 (3) 


MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING majors may also pursue a concurrent B.S.E. degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering and can thus earn two B.S.E. degrees at the same time:

 

  • B.S.E. degree in Manufacturing Engineering
  • B.S.E. degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering.

This requires a minimum of 15 credits of additional and separate courses beyond the 128 credits required for the Fall 2006 catalog year B.S.E. in Manufacturing Engineering alone. Both degrees must be earned at the same time.

MFGE majors who want a concurrent degree in ISE take 15 credits , 12 of which are from the following:

IMSE 3005, Introduction to Operations Research (4)

IMSE 4745, Facilities Design (4)

IMSE 4585, Simulation in Systems Design (4)

 

And one elective course (3-4 credits) from the following choices:

 IMSE 351Data Structures 3
 IMSE 381Industrial Robots3
 IMSE 4545Information Systems Design4
 IMSE 486Design for Assembly and Manufacturing3
   or ME 460 Design for Manufacturing3
 IMSE 488Sheet Metal Forming3

* Note: If a MFGE major has already taken one or more of the asterisked courses as part of their MFGE degree, they will have to substitute a course or courses from the list of electives given above, for a minimum of 15 credits beyond the 128 needed for the MFGE degree.