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Bachelor Of Science In Engineering
Concentration: Industrial Engineering - Cooperative Ed Program
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ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY CORE 41 Credits Required
* 3 credits CHEM1210 Chemistry I
* 1 credits CHEM1215 Chemistry I Lab
  3 credits COSK1221 Argument and Research
  3 credits COSK2220 Public Speaking and Persuasion
  3 credits COSK2221 Intercultural Communications
  3 credits COSK2230 Busn Professionl Communication
  3 credits ECON1010 Survey Of Economics
  3 credits ELIT2055 World Literature
  3 credits HIST1500 Western Civilization To 1715
  3 credits HUMA1010 Humanities: Art and Music
  3 credits INFS1020 Intro Decision Support Systems
* 4 credits MATH2070 Calculus W/Analytic Geom I
  3 credits PSYC1010 General Psychology
  3 credits SOCI1020 Contemporary Amer Social Prob
MATH AND SCIENCE 25 Credits Required
* 3 credits ENGR2080 Engineering Statistics
* 4 credits MATH2170 Calculus W/Analytic Geom II
* 4 credits MATH3090 Calculus W/Analytic Geom III
  3 credits MATH3400 Linear Algebra W/Applications
  3 credits MATH3420 Differential Equations
* 3 credits PHYS1210 General Physics I
* 1 credits PHYS1215 General Physics Lab
  3 credits PHYS2210 General Physics II
  1 credits PHYS2215 General Physics II Lab
BUSINESS 9 Credits Required
  3 credits ACCT1020 Fundamentals Of Accounting
  3 credits MARK3100 Principles Of Marketing
  3 credits MGMT3100 Management Theory and Practice
BASIC ENGINEERING 9 Credits Required
  3 credits ENGR1610 Statics & Strength Of Materls
  3 credits ENGR2160 Engineering Graphics
  3 credits ENGR2180 Engineering Materials
MAJOR 30 Credits Required
  3 credits ENGR1010 Introduction To Engineering
* 3 credits ENGR2500 Human Factors Engineering
  3 credits ENGR3200 Value Design
* 3 credits ENGR3500 Material Handling/Plant Layout
* 3 credits ENGR3700 Manufacturing Plng/Control
  3 credits ENGR3800 Supply Chain Engineering
  3 credits ENGR4200 Safety and Methods Eng
* 3 credits ENGR4900 Engineering Practice
* 3 credits ENGR4950 Integrated Engineering Design
  3 credits INFS2184 C++ Programming
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 6 Credits Required
  6 credits ENGR3482 Engineering Co-Op Educ
  0 credits ENGR3490 Mfg Engineering Co-Op Educ
  0 credits ENGR4490 Mfg Engineering Co-Op Educ
APPROVED ELECTIVES 12 Credits Required
  3 credits One from... ENGR3250 Automated Identification Sys
  ENGR4650 Simulation
  ENGR4700 Robotics and Automation
  3 credits One from... ENGR3600 Production Engineering
  ENGR4650 Simulation
  ENGR4700 Robotics and Automation
  3 credits One from... ENGR3900 Oprimization Techn Industr Eng
  ENGR4650 Simulation
  ENGR4700 Robotics and Automation
  3 credits One from... ENGR4030 Project Engineering
  ENGR4650 Simulation
  ENGR4700 Robotics and Automation

* A minimum grade of C must be earned in each course identified with an asterisk
A cumulative Q.P.A. of 3.25 or higher is required for graduation

Upon completion of the Communication Skills courses (COSK), students must complete a component of courses, (the specific number is determined by the student's academic "School") to meet one of the requirements for graduation. These courses called "Communication Skills Intensive" are integrated into the degree as part of the "major" areas on the checksheet. If you should have questions about this degree requirement, consult your academic advisor or the department head of your major.

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