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Undergraduate Degree Programs

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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (EE)

The BS with a major in Electrical Engineering is designed to provide students with the mathematics, science, management, engineering, and applications skills needed to work in the various industries designing and producing electrical and electronic devices, systems, and services.  EEs are also involved in many large-scale multi-disciplinary projects in aerospace, automobiles, computer systems, construction, instrumentation, health services, and other areas. The degree has the option of a concentration in either "Micro and Nano Devices and Systems," "Networks and Communication Systems," or "Computer Engineering."

Curricula by Catalog

Electrical Engineering - Micro & Nano Devices & Systems
Electrical Engineering - Networks & Communication Systems
Electrical Engineering - Computer Engineering

2012-2014 Curriculum Flowcharts

EE - Micro and Nano Devices and Systems
EE - Networks and Communication Systems 
EE - Computer Engineering

2010-2012 Curriculum Flowcharts

EE - Micro and Nano Devices and Systems
EE - Networks and Communication Systems 
EE - Computer Engineering

2008-2010 Curriculum Flowcharts

EE - Micro and Nano Devices and Systems
EE - Networks and Communication Systems

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Electrical Engineering Mission Statement

The mission of the Electrical Engineering program is to lead students to be innovative, ethical engineering professionals through solid education at the undergraduate level, by providing opportunities to participate in research, and by responding to the needs of the Central Texas region, the state of Texas, and the nation.  We achieve this mission by:

  • Engaging colleagues and students in new and more effective ways to transmit knowledge to the next   
        generation of electrical engineers.
  • Engaging colleagues and students in pioneering, scholarly, multidisciplinary resarch efforts.
  • Creating an inclusive environment which emphasizes ethics and integrity and fosters creativity, 
        appreciation for all ideas, and respect for others.
  • Seeking and maintaining bonds with our alumni and and the industries which hire them.
  • Maintaining a student-centered atmosphere for undergraduate education and research.
 

 

 


INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

The BS with a major in Industrial Engineering is designed to provide students with the mathematics, science, engineering, and people-oriented skills needed to become industrial engineers. These engineers are charged with figuring out the "best" way to do things.

Curricula by Catalog

Industrial Engineering

Curriculum Flowcharts for Industrial Engineering

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Industrial Engineering Mission Statement

The mission of the IE program at the Ingram School of Engineering is to provide an excellent and innovative educational setting to our students so they can learn and discover how complex systems work better.  The IE program strives to maintain a comprehensive curriculum that enables students to become leading engineers and/or creative researchers in the global marketplace and/or in graduate studies.  The program seeks to collaborate with private and public sectors in the search of methodologies and creative solutions to problems that contribute to the advancement of education, technology, and professional development.  Through plans and activities that search to embrace a student population of strong diversity, the program attempts to be a significant provider of global workforce.


MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

The BS with a major in Manufacturing Engineering is designed to provide students with the mathematics, science, management, engineering, and applications skills needed to become manufacturing engineers. These engineers are typically responsible for promoting manufacturability, process planning, tool design, cost estimation, factory layout, work methods, quality assurance, automation, and systems integration. The degree has a concentration in general manufacturing or semiconductor/high technology manufacturing.

Curricula by Catalog

Manufacturing Engineering - General Manufacturing Concentration
Manufacturing Engineering - Mechanical Systems Concentration
Manufacturing Engineering - Semiconductor Manufacturing Concentration

2012-2014 Curriculum Flowcharts

MFGE - General Manufacturing
MFGE - Mechanical Systems
MFGE - Semiconductor Manufacturing

2010-2012 Curriculum Flowcharts

MFGE - General Manufacturing
MFGE - Semiconductor Manufacturing

2008-2010 Curriculum Flowcharts

MFGE - General Manufacturing
MFGE - Semiconductor Manufacturing

2006-2008 Curriculum Flowcharts

MFGE - General Manufacturing
MFGE - Semiconductor Manufacturing

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Manufacturing Engineering Mission Statement

Our mission is

   •    To sustain a quality, student-centered, industry-oriented engineering curriculum.
   •    To attract students and prepare them with the knowledge, practical skills, and abilities to perform as highly
        competent engineers in the global marketplace and/or in graduate studies.
   •    To produce graduates skilled in materials and manufacturing processes; process, assembly and product
        engineering; manufacturing competitiveness and systems design.