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Manufacturing Engineering Undergraduate Major (BS, CRED, HBS)

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College of Engineering | School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering


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Manufacturing Systems
Product Development

ABET Accredited

For more information, please contact program advisor Tyler DeAdder, 541-737-4718, tyler.deadder@oregonstate.edu.

The curriculum in Manufacturing Engineering supports a range of career paths in the areas of manufacturing process development, manufacturing systems analysis, and new product development, among others. The Manufacturing Engineering undergraduate degree program includes a common set of core courses that provides a solid foundation, plus 39-credits of electives organized into approved options.

Students must select and complete an approved option to receive the BS in Manufacturing Engineering degree. The degree prepares students for industry, graduate study, or other career paths, specializing or broadening further their knowledge and skills. 





Pre-Manufacturing Engineering

 

Freshman Year (47)

CH 201. Chemistry for Engineering Majors (3)E
CH 202. Chemistry for Engineering Majors (3)5
CH 205. Laboratory for CH 202 (1)E
COMM 111. *Public Speaking (3)E
   or COMM 114. *Argument and Critical Discourse (3)E
ENGR 112. Introduction to Engineering Computing (3)E
ENGR 248. Engineering Graphics and 3-D Modeling (3)5
HHS 231. *Lifetime Fitness for Health (2)
HHS 241. *Lifetime Fitness (1) or any PAC course (1–2)
MIME 101. Introduction to MIME (3)
MTH 251. *Differential Calculus (4)E
MTH 252. Integral Calculus (4)E
MTH 254. Vector Calculus I (4)E
PH 211. *General Physics with Calculus (4)E
WR 121. *English Composition (3)E
*Perspectives (6)1

Sophomore Year (44)

ENGR 211. Statics (3)E
ENGR 212. Dynamics (3)
ENGR 213. Strength of Materials (3)E
ME 250. Introduction to Manufacturing Processes (1)
MTH 256. Applied Differential Equations (4)E
MTH 306. Matrix and Power Series Methods (4)E
PH 212, PH 213. *General Physics with Calculus (4,4)E
ST 314. Introduction to Statistics for Engineers (3)5
WR 327. *Technical Writing (3)
*Difference, Power, and Discrimination (3)1
Restricted Electives (9)2,5

Professional Manufacturing Engineering


Junior Year (43)

ENGR 201. Electrical Fundamentals I (3)
MATS 321. Introduction to Materials Science (4)
    or ENGR 321. Introduction to Materials Science (4)
ME 311. Introduction to Thermal-Fluid Sciences (4)
   or NSE 311. Introduction to Thermal-Fluid Sciences (4)
MFGE 336. Production Engineering (4)
Restricted Electives (22)2,5
*Perspectives (6)1

Senior Year (46)

IE 497, IE 498. ^MIME Capstone Design (4,4) [Terminated summer 2019]
ME 382. Introduction to Design (4)
ME 413. Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing (4)
MFGE 337. Materials and Manufacturing Processes (4)
MFGE 436. Lean Manufacturing Systems Engineering (4)
MFGE 437. Computer Control of Manufacturing Processes (4)
*Biological Science Elective (4)1
Restricted Electives (8)2,5
*Synthesis Courses (6)1

Total=180


Footnotes:

* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
^ Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
E Required for entry into the professional program.
1 Must be selected to satisfy the requirements of the baccalaureate core.

2 Must be selected to satisfy the requirements of an approved manufacturing keystone option.

Keystone Option 1 (Manufacturing Systems): ENGR 390, IE 212, MFGE 285 (or IE 285), IE 355, IE 356, IE 366, IE 367, IE 368, and 9 credits of restricted electives. Systems electives include: IE 355, IE 356, IE 366, IE 367, IE 368, IE 411, IE 412, IE 415, IE 418, IE 419, IE 425, IE 426, IE 470, IE 471, IE 475. 

Keystone Option 2 (Product Development): ENGR 202, ENGR 391, MATS 322 (or ENGR 322), ME 312 (or NSE 312), ME 316, ME 317, ME 331 (or NSE 331), ME 332 (or NSE 332), ME 373, ME 383, and 4 credits of restricted electives. Process electives include: CHE 445, ECE 418, ROB 421, MATS 322 (or ENGR 322), ME 312 (or NSE 312), ME 316, ME 331 (or NSE 331), ME 383, ME 480, MFGE 499 (or ME 499), MFGE 438, MFGE 531. 

5 Prerequisite for several upper-division courses. Recommended for completion prior to entry into the professional program.

Sample Four-year Plan: BS in Manufacturing Engineering with Manufacturing Systems Option


First Year ;– Pre-Manufacturing Engineering (47)


Fall Term (16)

CH 201. Chemistry for Engineering Majors (3)E
MIME 101. Introduction to MIME (3)1
MTH 251. *Differential Calculus (4)E
WR 121. *English Composition (3)E,3
*Western Culture Perspective (3)

Winter Term (16)

CH 202. Chemistry for Engineering Majors (3)2
CH 205. Laboratory for CH 202 (1)E
ENGR 248. Engineering Graphics and 3-D Modeling (3)
HHS 231. *Lifetime Fitness for Health (2) 3
MTH 252. Integral Calculus (4)E
*Cultural Diversity Perspective (3)

Spring Term (15)

COMM 111. *Public Speaking (3)E, 3
   or COMM 114. *Argument and Critical Discourse (3)E, 3
ENGR 112. Introduction to Engineering Computing (3)E
HHS 241. *Lifetime Fitness (1) 3
   or any *PAC course (1)
MTH 254. Vector Calculus I (4)E
PH 211. *General Physics with Calculus (4)E,3

Second Year (45)


Fall Term (14)

ENGR 211. Statics (3)E
MFGE 285. Introduction to Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (3)1
or IE 285. Introduction to Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (3) 1
MTH 256. Applied Differential Equations (4)E
PH 212. *General Physics with Calculus (4)E,3

Winter Term (15)

ENGR 213. Strength of Materials (3)E
IE 212. Computational Methods for Industrial Engineering (4)
MTH 306. Matrix and Power Series Methods (4)E
PH 213. *General Physics with Calculus (4)E

Spring Term (16)

ENGR 212. Dynamics (3)
ENGR 390. Engineering Economy (3)
ME 250. Introduction to Manufacturing Processes (1)
ST 314. Introduction to Statistics for Engineers (3)2
WR 327. *Technical Writing (3) 3
*Social Processes and Institutions Perspective (3)

Third Year – Professional Manufacturing Engineering (46)


Fall Term (16)

IE 355. Statistical Quality Control (4)
IE 367. Production Planning and Control (4)
MATS 321. Introduction to Materials Science (4)
ME 311. Introduction to Thermal-Fluid Sciences (4)

Winter Term (16)

IE 356. Experimental Design for Industrial Processes (4)
IE 366. Work Systems Engineering (4)
IE 368. Facility Design and Operations Management (4)
MFGE 336. Production Engineering (4)

Spring Term (14)

ENGR 201. Electrical Fundamentals I (3)
ME 382. Introduction to Design (4)
*Literature and Arts Perspective (3)
*Biological Science and Lab Perspective (4)

Fourth Year (42)


Fall Term (15)

IE 497. ^MIME Capstone Design (4)  [Terminated summer 2019]
ME 413. Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing (4)
MFGE 436. Lean Manufacturing Systems Engineering (4)
Restricted Elective (3)4

Winter Term (15)

IE 498. ^MIME Capstone Design (4)  [Terminated summer 2019]
MFGE 337. Materials and Manufacturing Processes (4)
MFGE 437. Computer Control of Manufacturing Processes (4)
Restricted Elective (3)4

Spring Term (12)

Restricted Elective (3)4
*Difference, Power, and Discrimination (3)
*Contemporary Global Issues Synthesis (3)
*Science, Technology and Society Synthesis (3)

Footnotes:

* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)

^ Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
E Required for entry into the professional program.
1 Must be completed while in Pre-Engineering program. If not completed while in Pre-Engineering program, student will need to take restricted elective to complete the requirement. See MIME advisor for more information.

2 Prerequisite for several upper-division courses. Recommended for completion prior to entry into the professional program.

3 Must be selected to satisfy the requirements of the baccalaureate core.
4 Restricted Electives: IE 411, IE 412, IE 415, IE 418, IE 419, IE 425, IE 426, IE 470, IE 471, IE 475, IE 499

Revised: 3/9/2018

 

Pre-Manufacturing Engineering Major Code: 363



Major Code: 317

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