Manufacturing Engineering

Program Outcomes

The General Program Outcomes are the set of outcomes that students should obtain from their education before graduation. It will be demonstrated that the student:

  1. is able to use knowledge of mathematics, basic sciences and engineering to identify, formulate, analyze and solve problems in Manufacturing Engineering.
  2. is able to design and conduct experiments and interpret the results.
  3. is able to design devices, systems or processes that meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
  4. is able to use computers and software for analysis, design and documentation necessary for engineering practice.
  5. is able to communicate ideas effectively in graphical, oral and in written media.
  6. is able to function in multidisciplinary teams.
  7. understands the professional responsibility of an engineer and the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and social context.
  8. understands the need for lifelong learning to keep abreast of current practice and contemporary issues.

The Program Specific Outcomes address the program criteria for manufacturing engineering programs established by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Student will demonstrate proficiency in the areas of

  1. materials and manufacturing processes
  2. process and product engineering
  3. manufacturing productivity and quality
  4. manufacturing systems engineering
Specific outcomes for each proficiency area are:
  • understands the effect of processes on the properties of materials.
  • has the ability to design and conduct experiments to measure the performance of materials, components and systems, and to communicate the results.
  • has the ability to select and evaluate materials and specify manufacturing steps for manufacturing products.
  • has the ability to create and annotate two-dimensional drawings, and generate three-dimensional computer based solid models of components and assemblies.
  • has the ability to design products, tooling or equipment.
  • has the ability to design a manufacturing process and specify the process plan.
  • has the ability to analyze and improve the methods used in the manufacture of products.
  • has the ability to do designed experiments and apply statistical the concepts of quality to all aspects of manufacturing.
  • has the ability to build and analyze models of manufacturing systems.
  • has the ability to design control systems for manufacturing.
  • has the ability to establish systems to plan and control the manufacturing of products using modern methods.