The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering degree program will begin at FMU in January 2014. This program begins following extensive internal study and at the request of the Pee Dee area businesses. It is governed by the Department of Physics and Astronomy at FMU. Graduates of this program will complete a 122-credit hour course of study that include instruction in physics, high-level mathematics, business, and engineering. The program also features a partnership agreement with Florence-Darlington Technical College that will allow students access to the manufacturing laboratory facilities housed at FDTC's Southeastern Institute of Manufacturing Technology (www.simt.com).
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Industrial Engineering Curriculum
The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering requires a minimum of 122 hours at Francis Marion University which includes both the Engineering curriculum and the University's General Education requirements.
Sample undergraduate courses include - English, Math, Foreign Language, History, Psychology and the Arts.
Courses required for the Industrial Engineering major are:
ENGR 101 - Introduction to Industrial Engineering
ENGR 201 - Engineering Graphics (CAD)
ENGR 220 - Materials Engineering
ENGR 301 - Engineering Mechanics
ENGR 310 - Electronics and Instrumentation
ENGR 320 - Workplace Data Acquisition and Analysis
ENGR 330 - Engineering Economy
ENGR 350 - Manufacturing Processes
ENGR 355 - Production and Operations Management
ENGR 356 - Quality Control
ENGR 373 - Operations Research
ENGR 420 - Human Factors Engineering
ENGR 467 - Supply Chain Design
ENGR 468 - Production Planning
ENGR 470 - Facility Design
ENGR 480 - Senior Design
Opportunities for students include learning experiences through Senior Projects and Internships with local industries. In addition, scholarship opportunities for Industrial Engineering students will be available.
Prospective students will follow the normal admission policy set by the University. Once enrolled at FMU, students will be classified as an Industrial Engineering major, but must make a formal application to the Industrial Engineering program as a prerequisite for enrollment in ENGR 220 and ENGR 355, as well as those courses that require ENGR 220 and ENGR 355 as prerequisites.
Application to the Industrial Engineering program will require the following:
1. Successful completion of the following courses:
Physics 200, 201 and 202; Mathematics 201 and 202; and Engineering 101, 201 and 301. The grades earned in these courses must average at least a 2.0 GPA.
2. Earned credit in a minimum of 40 undergraduate credit house with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0.
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For more details on the application process, contact:
Dr. David Peterson, Chair, Department of Physics & Astronomy
843-661-1455 | email@example.com
Dr. Lorna Cintron-Gonzalez, Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering
843-661-1463 | firstname.lastname@example.org