The Minor in Manufacturing Engineering program provides students broad familiarity with the principles of design and analysis of manufacturing processes and strategies. Cost and manufacturability considerations are explored for components and assemblies produced by traditional, advanced, and digital manufacturing processes (e.g. additive manufacturing / 3D printing).  

Students must take all of the following (9 s.h.):
MFG 3723Manufacturing Processes3
MFG 4823Manufacturing Processes 23
MFG 4861Design for Manufacturability3
Students must take at least one course from the following (3 s.h.):
MFG 3771Additive and Digital Manufacturing3
ISEN 3720Statistical Quality Control3
ISEN 5823Automation3
ISEN 3716Systems Analysis and Design3
MECH 5836Fluid Power and Control3
MET 4860Robotics Technology2
MET 4860LRobotics Technology Laboratory MET 4860 and MET 4860/L must be taken concurrently..1