BSE Manufacturing Engineering
The University of Michigan Dearborn is on a semester system. The students pursuing the BSE degree in Manufacturing Engineering follow the curriculum that was approved by the faculty in 2020 and took into effect starting Fall 2021.
128 credit hours required to finish the degree include at least 21 credit hours of distribution requirements that include courses in English Composition, Economics, Arts, Humanities, Behavioral Sciences, and Social Sciences. These distribution requirements credits also satisfy Writing (6 credits), Arts and Humanities (6 credits), and Social and Behavior Sciences (9 credits) Dearborn Discovery Core requirements. They also include 55 credit hours of basic preparation courses that include courses in Basic Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. The remaining 52 credit hours are in professional Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, at least 40 of which are in required courses and the remaining are electives, of which at least 11 credit hours must be from technical electives.
Please note that beginning in Fall 2015, all freshmen must follow the Dearborn Discovery Core (DDC) requirements.
Visit the University Catalog to learn more about program requirements and coursework for the Manufacturing Engineering major.