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Minor - Manufacturing Engineering

Minor - Manufacturing Engineering


For Center for Manufacturing Excellence students seeking degrees in accountancy or business administration and obtaining a minor in manufacturing engineering, 18 hours of specialized course work are required. These 18 credit hours are independent from the School of Accountancy/School of Business Administration requirements of two semesters of calculus and two semesters of a lab science (Math 261-262 or Math 267-268 and Phys 213-214; Phys 223-224 labs are recommended but not required to meet the math/science requirements. Please see your adviser in the School of Accountancy or School of Business Administration for details concerning the math/science requirements).

Course Requirements

The 18 hours of required courses include Manf 150, Manf 251, Manf 252, Manf 254, Manf 350, Manf 351, Manf 450, and Manf 451. Students will also take Manf 253 as a substitute for Mgmt 493.

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