The manufacturing engineering undergraduate degree program at Oregon State includes two components: the pre-engineering program and MfgE professional school.
The pre-engineering program comprises your first two years of program coursework and lays the foundation for being a successful engineer and for doing well in the MfgE professional program. Along with an introductory industrial and manufacturing engineering course, you'll take courses in basic engineering science, math and statistics, chemistry and physics, and oral and written communication. This portion of the MfgE program is open to any undergraduate admitted to OSU.
MfgE Professional School
The pro school component of your OSU MfgE education encompasses your junior and senior years and focuses on strengthening and extending your discipline-specific knowledge and experience. Core coursework in MfgE pro school includes manufacturing materials and processes, production engineering, production planning and control, computer aided design and manufacturing, design of mechanical devises and work systems, lean manufacturing systems engineering, thermal–fluid sciences, design on experiments, simulation, and statistical quality control.
In contrast to the pre-engineering program, entrance into MfgE pro school is selective: You must apply and be accepted after successfully completing your pre-engineering coursework.
For MfgE program-specific information and tools, consult these links:
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