Manufacturing Engineering B.S.Mfg.E.

Degree Requirements: 130 Credit Hours

See Core Curriculum for required courses in Area A1 through Area E.

Credit Hours
General Requirements (Core Areas A-E) 142
Additional Requirements4
Area F - Courses Appropriate to Major
CHEM   1310Comprehensive General Chemistry4
MENG   2139Numerical Methods in Engineering3
MFGE   2142Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics4
MFGE   2534Applied Computing in Manufacturing Engineering3
PHYS   2212KPrinciples of Physics II4
Specific Requirements
Carryover from Area A2 21
Carryover from Area D1
ENGR   2131Electronics and Circuit Analysis 3
MFGE   2239Engineering Modeling and Mathematical Analysis3
STAT   2231Introduction to Statistics I 3
Major Requirements
ENGR   1133Engineering Graphics 33
MENG   1310Manufacturing Processes Lab Manufacturing Processes Lab1
MFGE   2421Introduction to Additive Manufacturing Studio2
MFGE   2531Materials Science Studio for Manufacturing Engineering3
MFGE   2533Manufacturing Processing 2 Studio3
MFGE   3131Design for Manufacturability, Assembly, Sustainability3
MFGE   3132Quality and Statistical Process Control for Engineers3
MFGE   3337Hydraulics and Electro-mechanical Systems3
MFGE   3421Industrial Controls and Networking Studio2
MFGE   3423Facilities Design2
MFGE   3531Advanced Materials Processing3
MFGE   3541Energy Science Studio4
MFGE   4135Lean MFG Principals and Engineering Project Management3
MFGE   4321Manufacturing Engineering Capstone I2
MFGE   4322Manufacturing Engineering Capstone II2
MFGE   4533Industrial Robotics and Automation3
MFGE   4614Senior Seminar: Professional Skills and Leadership1
Select 9 hours from one of the following Specialization Areas: 49
Lean and Six Sigma
Lean and Six Sigma 1
Lean and Six Sigma 2
Lean World Class Manufacturing
Manufacturing Automation
Automation and Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems
Facilities Maintenance
Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing
Manufacturing Floor Control
Additive Manufacturing Studio
Additive Manufacturing of Lightweight Structures
Materials Process
Composite Materials: Manufacturing, Analysis, and Design
Advanced CNC Machining and Programming
Introduction to MEMS
Characterization of Advanced Manufacturing Materials
Design for Environment and Green Manufacturing
ERP Systems Using SAP
Business Intelligence
Human Resource Information Systems
Advanced Business Applications Programming (ABAP) for the SAP/ERP System
ERP and Enterprise Performance
Enterprise System Configuration
ERP Web Portal Customization and Collaboration using SAP NetWeaver
Occupational Health and Safety
Occupational Safety
Industrial Hygiene and Ergonomics
Hazardous Waste Management
Systems Safety in Manufacturing
Environmental Law
General Manufacturing Engineering
Choose any combination of three courses (9 credits) from any combination of specialization areas above with the advanced approval of your advisor and the department chair 69
Free Elective
Select 3 credit hours of Free Electives3

Other Program Requirements

At least 33 semester hours of approved Engineering courses must be taken at Georgia Southern.


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