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MaDE Curriculum

Below are the current curriculum requirements for the MaDE program. Additional MaDE curriculum information and forms are available on the current student resources page.

View a PDF of the MaDE curriculum with a manufacturing focus.

View a PDF of the MaDE curriculum with an industrial design focus.

Mathematics

(four courses)

  • Math 220, 224, 230, 234

Engineering Analysis and Computer Proficiency

(four courses)

  • Gen Eng 205-1,2,3,4 Engineering Analysis

Basic Sciences

(four courses)

  • Physics 135-2 and 135-3
  • Two chemistry courses

Design and Communications

(three courses)

  • DSGN 106-1,2 (0.5 credits each)
  • English 106-1,2 (0.5 credits each)
  • Gen Cmn 102 or 103

Basic Engineering

(five courses)

  • IEMS 326 Systems Engineering and Analysis
  • Mat Sci 201 Materials Science
  • Civ Env 216 or ME 241 Fluids and Solids
  • ME 233 Electrical Science
  • One additional course from the current approved list of Basic Engineering courses

Manufacturing and Design Core

(10 courses)

  • IEMS 201 Introduction to Statistics or IEMS 303 Statistics I
  • IEMS 310 Operations Research
  • IEMS 305 Statistical Methods for Quality Improvement or IEMS 307 Quality Improvement by Experimental Design
  • DSGN 344 Manufacturing Engineering Design
  • IEMS 382 Production Planning and Scheduling
  • Mat Sci 318 Materials Selection
  • Mech Eng 240 Intro to Mechanical Design and Manufacturing
  • Mech Eng 340-1 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing
  • Mech Eng 340-2 or -3 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing
  • DSGN 308 Human-Centered Product Design or Mech Eng 315 Theory of Machines - Design of Elements

Design Project

(two courses)

  • DSGN 384-1 (formerly 298) Interdisciplinary Design Project I
  • DSGN 384-2 (formerly 398) Interdisciplinary Design Project II

Technical Electives

(four courses)

  • At least two courses must be from the list of approved MaDE technical electives
  • The remaining two courses may be any 300-level or higher engineering courses.

Social Sciences-Humanities

(seven courses)

Unrestricted Electives

(five courses)

All students must have 18 engineering credits.


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