MaconCatalog : The School of Engineering : Industrial Specialization : Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE)
 
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE)
Degree Requirements: Industrial Specialization
 
BSE General Education
32 hours
(ISE Students are strongly encouraged to include ECN 150 or ECN 151 as part of their General Education Requirements.)
 
 
Engineering Core
45 hours
 
 
Required ISE Courses
31 hours
ISE 288. Intro. to Industrial Engineering and Mfg. Engineering
 
ISE 302. Management Science/Operations Research
ISE 311. Ergonomics and Work Measurement
 
ISE 327. Statistical Process and Quality Control
 
ISE 352. Design of Experiments
 
ISE 362. Production Planning and Control
 
ISE 370. Manufacturing Processes
 
ISE 480. Introduction to Senior Design
 
ISE 482L. Industrial Engineering Capstone Lab
 
ISE 487. Engineering Design Exhibit I
 
ISE 488. Engineering Design Exhibit II
 
ACC 204. Introductory Financial Accounting
 
MAE 205. Visualization and Graphics
 
MAE 250L. Manufacturing Practices
 
 
 
ISE Concentration Areas
15 hours
In addition to the courses listed in item 5 above, the student must take 15 hours of 400-level ISE prefixed courses, with no more than 3 of these hours coming from ISE 498 or ISE 499.
 
 
Professional Electives
6 hours
Industrial specialization students must take two additional professional electives, at least one of which must be at the 300-level or above. The student should carefully plan this elective in consultation with his or her advisor. Typically, courses such as Entrepreneurship (EGR 482), courses from the Department of Psychology, the Department of Computer Science, the School of Business, or the School of Engineering are acceptable professional electives. The student’s faculty advisor will provide specific guidance in the selection of a professional elective.
 
Total Semester Hours Required
129 hours
 
Industrial Specialization
 
Freshman Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
TCO 141
Intro to Prof Comm
 
TCO 141
Intro to Prof Comm
 
Or
 
3 0 3
Or
 
3 0 3
EGR 126
Program for Engr
 
EGR 126
Program for Engr
 
MAT 191
Calculus I
4 0 4
EGR 107
Intro to Engr Dsgn
3 0 3
CHM 111
General Chemistry I
3 3 4
MAT 192
Calculus II
4 0 4
UNV 101
Freshman Experience
1 0 1
PHY 161
General Physics I
3 3 4
XXX
Gen Ed Grp 2/3/4
3 0 3
XXX
Gen Ed Grp 2/3/4
3 0 3
 
 
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14 3 15
 
 
16 3 17
 
 
Sophomore Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
EGR 232
Statics/Solid Mech
3 0 3
EGR 236
Dynamics
3 0 3
EGR 244
Electr Circuit Ana.
3 0 3
EGR 235
Thermodynamics
3 0 3
EGR 251
Intro to Prf Ethics
1 0 1
EGR 245
Intr Ele & Ele Power
3 0 3
MAE 205
Visual & Graphics
0 6 2
EGR 246L
Electr Circuits Lab
0 3 1
MAT 330
Intro to Diff Equation
3 0 3
EGR 252
Prob & Stat for Engr
3 0 3
XXX
Laboratory Science
3 3 4
EGR 312
Engineering Econ
3 0 3
 
 
 
ISE 288
Intro to ISE
0 3 1
 
 
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13 9 16
 
 
15 6 17
 
 
Junior Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
ISE 302
Mgt Sci/Op Res
3 0 3
EGR 386
Feedback Control
3 0 3
ISE 327
Stat Proc & Qual Ctrl
3 0 3
ISE 311
Ergonomic/Work Mst
3 0 3
ISE 352
Dsgn of Experiments
3 0 3
ISE 362
Prod Plan and Ctrl
3 0 3
MAE 250L
Manuf Practice Lab
0 6 2
ISE 370
Mfg Processes
3 0 3
TCO 341
Tech Comm
3 0 3
ISE 480
Intro to Sr Design
0 1 0
XXX
Gen Ed Grp 2/3/4
3 0 3
XXX
Hum/SS/Comm Elec
3 0 3
 
 
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15 6 17
 
 
15 1 15
 
 
Senior Year (Standard BSE Program)
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
ACC 204
Intro to Financial Acct
3 0 3
ISE 4xx
ISE 400 level
3 0 3
ISE 4xx
ISE 400 level
3 0 3
ISE 4xx
ISE 400 level
3 0 3
ISE 4xx
ISE 400 level
3 0 3
ISE 482L
ISE Capstone Lab
0 3 1
ISE 4xx
ISE 400 level
3 0 3
ISE 488
EGR Dsgn Exhibit II
0 6 2
ISE 487
Engr Design Exhibit I
0 6 2
XXX
Prof Elective
3 0 3
XXX
Professional Elective
3 0 3
XXX
Hum/SS/Comm Elec
3 0 3
 
 
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15 6 17
 
 
12 9 15
 
4+1 Bachelor of Science in Engineering / Master of Science in Engineering in Engineering Management
The increasing demand for technology in today’s society creates additional demand for graduate degrees in engineering as the entry level degree for engineering practice. The purpose of the Master of Science in Engineering in Engineering Management degree is to prepare engineers to successfully address supervisory and managerial needs in a technological environment. The Master of Science in Engineering in Engineering Management is designed to enable students to simultaneously obtain a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and a Master of Science in Engineering degree in five years. Thirty additional hours of graduate coursework are required for the Master of Science in Engineering degree. This coursework is integrated throughout the fourth and fifth years of study.
Students who complete the coursework required in the first three years of the bachelor’s degree in an engineering program with grades which qualify them for graduate study may apply for admission to the Master of Science in Engineering program. In general, application for admission would be made during the term in which the last of the required courses is taken. Final acceptance into the program will be granted on satisfactory completion of work in progress at the time of application.
For additional details, program requirements, and course descriptions, please refer to the information in the graduate studies section of this catalog.
 
Senior Year (4+1 Bachelor of Science in Engineering/
Master of Science in Engineering students only)
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
ACC 204
Intro Financial Acct
3 0 3
ETM 5xx**
Grad Course
3 0 3
ISE 4xx
ISE 400 level
3 0 3
ETM 6xx**
Grad Course
3 0 3
ISE 4xx
ISE 400 level
3 0 3
ISE 488
Engr Dsgn Exhibit II
0 6 2
ETM 6xx**
Grad Course
3 0 3
ISE 482L
ISE Capstone Lab
0 3 1
ISE 487
Engr Dsgn Exhibit I
0 6 2
XXX
Hum/SS/Comm Elec
3 0 3
XXX
Professional Elective
3 0 3
XXX
Professional Elective
3 0 3
 
 
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15 6 17
 
 
12 9 15
 
**Graduate credit courses require additional enrollment procedures and are limited to 9 credit hours total.
 
 
Summer Term (4+1 Bachelor of Science in Engineering/
Master of Science in Engineering students only)
ETM 6xx
Graduate Course
3 0 3
 
 
 
 
 
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3 0 3
 
 
 
 
Graduate Year (4+1 Bachelor of Science in Engineering/
Master of Science in Engineering students only)
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
ETM 6xx
Graduate Course
3 0 3
XXX 6xx
Graduate Course
3 0 3
XXX 5/6xx
Graduate Course
3 0 3
XXX 6xx
Graduate Course
3 0 3
ETM 5/6xx
Graduate Course
3 0 3
XXX 5/6xx
Graduate Course
3 0 3
 
 
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9 0 9
 
 
9 0 9