Undergraduate Electives

Technical Electivesavailable for Fall 2017   6 credits required, 3 credits must be an IE course

Note: Only IE courses listed

Science Electives - 3 credits required

Manufacturing Process Electives – 3 credits required

Human Factors Electives – 3 credits required

Engineering Electives – 6 credits required (See changes below for students admitted to Penn State in Summer or Fall 2016)

Engineering Electives – 6 credits required (Applies to students admitted to Penn State in Summer or Fall 2016)

  • Any 200-, 300-, or 400-level 3 credit course chosen from the following programs, that is not required for the IE major: AE, AERSP, BE, BME, CHE, CE, CMPSC, CSE, EE, EMCH, ENVSE, ESC, MATSE, ME, MNG, NUCE, or PNG. Courses outside this list with sufficient technical content may be petitioned. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that he/she meets the prerequisites for a particular course. Some of these courses may be enrollment controlled for students in particular majors. In these cases, the student will need to check with the department offering the course for department-specific policies on letting students enroll.
  • 3 credits from any combination of co-op or internship (ENGR 195, ENGR 295, ENGR 395, or ENGR 495). Students in IE can earn one credit per rotation.
  • 3 credits upon completion of the ROTC program
  • 3 credits from a minor will NOT count upon completion of the minor.

All Technical Electives – 6 credits required, 3 credits must be an IE course (See changes below for students admitted to Penn State in Summer or Fall 2016)

All Technical Electives – 6 credits required, all 6 credits must be IE courses (Applies to students admitted to Penn State in Summer or Fall 2016)

Note: students completing the Six Sigma minor can only use one of the 400-level courses: IE 433, IE 434 or IE 436, towards the technical elective requirement

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Home of the first established industrial engineering program in the world, the Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME) at Penn State has made a name for itself in the engineering industry through its storied tradition of unparalleled excellence and innovation in research, education, and outreach.

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Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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