Mechanical Engineering Department offers a Minor Program on Production for undergraduate students of other disciplines. The purpose of the Minor Program on Production is to give the interested and successful students a general view of production technology, with the belief that they will perform better in their own discipline, having acquired a wider scope of knowledge and a different perspective.
|ME 105||Engineering Graphics (or equivalent)||(2-2) 3|
|ME 212||Principles of Production Engineering (or ME 202)||(3-0) 3|
|METE 227||Basic Concepts in Materials Science (or equivalent)||(3-0) 3|
|ME 303||Manufacturing Engineering||(3-0) 3|
|ME 307||Machine Elements I||(3-0) 3|
|Elective Courses (Three of the following)|
|ME 308||Machine Elements II||(3-0) 3|
|ME 416||Tool Design||(3-0) 3|
|ME 433||Engineering Metrology and Quality Control||(3-0) 3|
|ME 440||Numerically Controlled Machine Tools||(3-0) 3|
|ME 443 *||Engineering Economy and Production Management||(3-0) 3|
|ME 445||Integrated Manufacturing Systems||(3-0) 3|
|ME 448||Fundamentals of Micro Electromechanical Systems and Microsystems||(3-0) 3|
|ME 450||Nondestructive Testing Methods||(3-0) 3|
|ME 451||Introduction to Composite Structures||(3-0) 3|
|ME 455||Manufacturing of Polymeric Structures||(3-0) 3|
|ME 471||Production Plant Design||(3-0) 3|
|ME 535||Metal Cutting||(3-0) 3|
|ME 575||Non-traditional Production Processes||(3-0) 3|
You need to attend (if already not) a Strength of Materials course which is a prerequisite for the courses ME 303 and 307.
* This course is not offered to IE students.
Production minor coordinator: Dr. Ergin Tönük