Faculty and students working on a rapid prototyping project.
Faculty and students working on a rapid prototyping project.

Courses

The manufacturing network supports project requirements of classes within the School of Enginering (SoE). Student project-based classes interacting with the manufacturing network include:

Further, the faculty and staff in the manufacturing network support the development, management and delivery of classes related to manufacturing processes and systems. The classes offered include::

 

Manufacturing Course Master List

  • ECSE/CSCI 4480 – Robotics I
  • ECSE 4490 / CSCI 6490 – Robotics II
  • ECSE 6240 – VLSI Fabrication Technology
  • ECSE 6300 – Integrated Circuit Fabrication Laboratory

 

  • ENGR 1300 – Engineering Processes
  • ENGR 2710 – General Manufacturing Processes
  • ENGR 2720 – Overview of Computer Aided Manufacturing
  • ENGR 2960 – Computer Aided Machining II
  • ENGR 4710 – Advanced Manufacturing Lab I
  • ENGR 4720 – Advanced Manufacturing Lab II

 

  • ISYE 4200 – Design and Analysis of Work Systems
  • ISYE 4210 – Design and Analysis of Supply Chains
  • ISYE 4230 – Quality Control
  • ISYE 6210 – Theory of Production Scheduling
  • ISYE 6600 – Design of Manufacturing System Supply Chains
  • ISYE 6620 – Discrete –Event Simulation

 

  • MANE 4550 – Analysis of Manufacturing Processes
  • MANE 6962 – Additive Manufacturing
  • MANE 6961 – Sustainability & Design
  • MANE 6880 – Manufacturing Systems Integration
  • MANE 6964 – Micro/Meso-Scale Manufacturing

 

  • MGMT 4110 – Operations Management
  • MGMT 6490 – Competitive Advantage and Operations Strategy
  • MGMT 6100 – Statistics and Operations Management
  • MGMT 6810 – Management of Technical Projects

 

  • MTLE 4400 – Materials Synthesis and Processing I
  • MTLE 4450 – Materials Synthesis and Processing II