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Emphasis - Manufacturing

B.E. in Engineering

Description

The B.E. program is more broadly focused than the B.S. in engineering science programs. The B.E. is designed to provide students the opportunity to gain an understanding of engineering, scientific, and technical knowledge, which will enhance their career objectives in such areas as engineering science, medicine, law, professional education, public policy, military, management, and sales.

Minimum Total Credit Hours: 127

General Education Requirements

Students must complete at least 18 semester hours of general education requirements: 3 hours in humanities, 3 hours in fine arts, 3 hours in humanities/fine arts, 6 hours in social science, and the remaining 3 hours can be in any of the humanities/fine arts, social science, or general education courses as specified by the School of Engineering.

Course Requirements

Candidates for the B.E. degree must complete the following courses: Writ 100, Writ 101, or Hon 101; Writ 102, Liba 102, or Hon 102; Math 261, 262, 263, 264, 353; Chem 105, 106, 115, 116, and Phys 211, 212, 221, 222; Csci 251; Engr 100, 309, 310, 313, 314, 321, 323, 330, 360, 361, 400, 450; Manf 460; 9 hours of technical engineering electives; Econ 310; 3 hours in humanities, 3 hours in fine arts, 3 hours in humanities/fine arts, 3 hours in social science, and the remaining 3 hours can be in any of the humanities/fine arts, social science, or general education courses as specified by the School of Engineering; 27 hours of an approved emphasis area. The qualifications for the 9 hours of technical electives: any combination of courses offered by the School of Engineering with one course at the 200 level or higher and at least two courses at the 300 level or higher, for a combined total of 9 credit hours. For students in the 3+3 pre-law studies emphasis, Law 515 and Law 568 will count as 6 hours toward the 9 hours of technical electives. Those courses will substitute for a 200 level or higher and one 300 level or higher course.

Other Academic Requirements

Students must maintain at least a 2.0 GPA in the emphasis classes for graduation.

Emphasis - Manufacturing

Description

Manufacturing Emphasis - This emphasis within the Bachelor of Engineering degree stresses manufacturing science and technology, while providing a cross-disciplinary foundation in business and accountancy to meet the need for qualified managerial and technical professionals in the rapidly expanding field of manufacturing. The curriculum provides core knowledge in engineering and manufacturing fundamentals with electives in accountancy, business, management information systems, and management and marketing. The student should consult with and obtain the approval of his/her academic adviser for the selection of the desired option courses.

Course Requirements

Candidates for the B.E. degree with an emphasis in manufacturing must complete the following 27 hours in the manufacturing emphasis area: Manf 150 (1); Manf 152 (1); Manf 251 (3); Manf 252 (1); Manf 253 (3); Manf 255 (1); Manf 351 (1); Manf 353 (2); Manf 355 (1); Manf 455 (3); Accy 201 (3); Accy 202 (3); Econ 203 (3); Bus 250 (3). Additionally, students must take Econ 202 (3), which may count as a social science elective.

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