IE&M Program Admission Requirements
1. Overall Curriculum Requirement
A student must meet the current Industrial Engineering and Management (IE&M) curriculum or Manufacturing Engineering (MfgE) curriculum requirements in place at the time that he/she joins the program. However, for reasons including a need to observe new accreditation requirements and a credit change in a course offering, a certain program change may be applied to students accepted under a curriculum of a previous version.
2. General Education Requirements
A student must also meet the University General Education requirements unless he/she provides proof of having fulfilled the general education program consisting of a minimum of 36 credits from an accredited institution.
The General Education requirements are outlined in the University Registration Schedule. A student who fulfills the IE&M or MfgE curriculum requirements would automatically meet Categories 1-3 and 9-12 of the Gen. Ed. requirements. For Categories 4-8, the following check lists can be used (the term Category and CODE correspond to the Gen. Ed. requirements printed in the University Registration Schedule):
|#credits*||D or G**||Course|
|_________||_______||i. One Humanity and Fine Art (CODE: A) course approved by the Gen. Ed. Committee|
|_________||_______||ii. ENGR 311 (CODE: A) or another Gen. Ed. course of Code A|
|_________||_______||iii. One Social & Behavioral Science (CODE: B) course approved by the Gen. Ed. Committee|
|_________||_______||iv. ENGR 312 (CODE: B, also counted as Global Perspective) or another Gen. Ed. course of Code|
Note: *The total of i+ii for CODE A MUST BE AT LEAST 6 CREDITS; the total of iii+iv for CODE B MUST BE AT LEAST 6 CREDITS.
** Among the above 4 courses, 3 credits must also be approved for Cultural Diversity (CODE: D) and 3 credits for Global Perspectives (CODE: G).
|________||A Wellness course (at least 2 credits) approved by the Gen. Ed Committee (CODE: W)|
3. Technical Electives (12 credits)
The following courses are approved as technical electives for the IE&M program:
Or other engineering or business courses advised by the adviser.
* As a technical elective if this course is not counted as a required course
4. IME/UNIV 189
All freshman or transfer students with fewer than 24 transfer credits are required to take IME/UNIV 189.
5. IME 111
All freshmen are required to take IME 111. For transfer students IME 111 requirement may be waived depending on the student's previous coursework.
6. Co-op Education
All students are encouraged to have a cooperative education. A co-op education significantly enhances the IME educational experience and career preparation.