Applied Manufacturing Engineering - Design and Automation (Bachelor of Science)

In addition to courses noted below, candidates for graduation must successfully complete all JSU Academic Regulations. More information about general education requirements can be found in the Summary of Degrees/Requirements section of the catalog.

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
FallHours
EH Composition sequence 3
History sequence 3
MS 125 Calculus I 4
AE 201
Microcomputers: Applications and Techniques
or Introduction to Information Technology
3
AE 210 Manufacturing Fundamentals 3
SSC 101 First Year Experience 0
 Hours16
Spring
EH Composition sequence 3
Fine Arts 3
History sequence 3
AE 211 AC/DC Circuits 3
General Electives 3
 Hours15
Sophomore
Fall
EH 141 Speech 3
EC 221 Principles of Microeconomics 3
AE 251 Computer-Aided Design 3
AE 372 Statistical Analysis for Quality Control 3
General Electives 3
 Hours15
Spring
Literature 3
Natural Science 1 4
Social/Behavioral Science 3
AE 355 Advanced Computer-Aided Design 3
AE 380 Industrial Safety and Health 3
 Hours16
Junior
Fall
Natural Science 4
AE 252 Programmable Controllers 3
AE 361 Materials and Processes of Industry 3
AE 365 Strength of Industrial Materials 3
AE 393 Junior Seminar (WI) 1
 Hours14
Spring
EH 322
Technical Writing (WI)
or Business Communications (WI)
3
AE 343
Engineering and Technology Management
or Principles of Management
3
AE 366 Control Systems Technology 3
AE 451 Advanced Programmable Controllers 3
EG 255 Engineering Computation 3
 Hours15
Senior
Fall
Literature 3
AE 344 Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis 3
AE 416 Manufacturing Automation and Robotics 3
AE 477 Additive Manufacturing 3
General Electives 3
 Hours15
Spring
AE 440 Manufacturing Management Systems 3
AE 460 Computer-Aided Manufacturing 3
AE 494 Applied Engineering Senior Internship (WI) 2
General Electives 6
 Hours14
 Total Hours120

The student must have earned an overall grade point average of 2.75 based upon a 4.00 scale to include all AE courses and MS courses with a “C” or better.