Academic Catalog
2020-2021

Engineering

Home Department: Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

Department Head:

Scott E. Grasman, Ph.D.
Room 1-700A, AB, 810-762-7948
ime@kettering.edu

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering program prepares students for careers in multidisciplinary engineering. The program includes a core set of engineering courses, which provides students with a foundation in computer, Electrical, Industrial, and Mechanical Engineering principles. Students will then select one of the following application areas: Manufacturing Systems Concentration, Mechatronics Systems Concentration, or Robotic Systems Concentration. 

Engineering Program Curriculum Requirements

First Year Experience
CILE-101First Year Foundations1
General Education
COMM-101Rhetoric & Writing I4
COMM-201Rhetoric & Writing II4
ECON-201Economic Principles4
LS-201Sophomore Seminar: Exploring the Human Condition4
LS-489Senior Seminar: Leadership, Ethics, and Contemporary Issues4
Advanced Humanities Elective 14
Advanced Comm, Humanities or Social Science Elective 14
Advanced Social Science Elective 14
Credit Hours Subtotal: 33
Total Credit Hours33
Mathematics and Basic Science
MATH-101Calculus I4
MATH-102Calculus II4
MATH-203Multivariate Calculus4
MATH-204Differential Equations & Laplace Transforms4
MATH-258Probability and Statistics4
MATH-305Numerical Methods and Matrices4
CHEM-135Principles of Chemistry3
or CHEM-137 General Chemistry I
CHEM-136Principles of Chemistry Lab1
PHYS-114Newtonian Mechanics3
PHYS-115Newtonian Mechanics Laboratory1
PHYS-224Electricity and Magnetism3
PHYS-225Electricity and Magnetism Laboratory1
Math/Science Elective 14
Credit Hours Subtotal: 40
Engineering Fundamentals Core
IME-100Interdisciplinary Design and Manufacturing4
ECE-100Principles of Electrical and Computer Engineering4
IME-200Introduction to Industrial Engineering4
IME-351Engineering Economics4
ECE-101MATLAB and C Programming4
or CS-101 Computing & Algorithms I
EE-210Circuits I3
EE-211Circuits I Lab1
MECH-210Statics4
MECH-310Dynamics4
MECH-311Introduction to Mechanical System Design4
Credit Hours Subtotal: 36
Concentration - See Below40
Free Electives8
Culminating Undergraduate Experience
CILE-400Culminating Undergraduate Experience: Thesis4
Total Credit Hours128

Manufacturing Systems Concentration 

MECH-100Engineering Graphical Communication4
MECH-212Mechanics of Materials4
MECH-300Computer Aided Engineering4
MECH-307Materials Engineering4
IME-300Manufacturing Processes4
Select Two of the Following:8
Computer Numerical Control Machining
Industrial Robotics
Applied Control Systems Design
Select One of the Following:4
Multidisciplinary Capstone
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
CAD/CAM/CAE & Additive Manufacturing Capstone Design
Select Two of the Following:8
Lean Work Design
Simulation
Human-Computer Interaction and Interface Design
Quality Assurance
Design of Experiments
Lean Six Sigma
Mechanical Component Design I
Mechanics and Design Simulation of Fiber-Reinforced Composite Materials
VR Systems: Modeling & Control
Internet of Things (IoT)
Computer and Network Security
Total Credit Hours40

Mechatronic Systems Concentration

EE-320
EE-321
Electronics I
and Electronics I Laboratory
4
EE-338Discrete-Time Signals and Systems4
CE-210Digital Systems I4
CE-320Microcomputers I4
CE-426Real-Time Embedded Systems4
MECH-330
MECH-331
Dynamic Systems with Vibrations
and Dynamic Sys w Vibrations Lab
4
MECH-430
MECH-431
Dynamic Systems with Controls
and Dynamic Sys w Controls Lab
4
CILE-490Multidisciplinary Capstone4
or IME-409 Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Select Two of the Following:8
Introduction to Mobile Robotics
Artificial Intelligence for Autonomous Driving
Computer Vision for Autonomous Driving
VR Systems: Modeling & Control
Industrial Robotics
Applied Control Systems Design
Continuous-Time Signals and Systems
Energy Storage Sys w/ EV App
Digital Signal Processing
Total Credit Hours40

Robotic Systems Concentration

EE-320
EE-321
Electronics I
and Electronics I Laboratory
4
EE-338Discrete-Time Signals and Systems4
CE-210Digital Systems I4
CE-320Microcomputers I4
CE-426Real-Time Embedded Systems4
CE-442Introduction to Mobile Robotics4
IME-408Industrial Robotics4
CILE-490Multidisciplinary Capstone4
or IME-409 Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Select Two of the Following:8
Microcomputers II
Artificial Intelligence for Autonomous Driving
Computer Vision for Autonomous Driving
VR Systems: Modeling & Control
Internet of Things (IoT)
Applied Control Systems Design
Human-Computer Interaction and Interface Design
Continuous-Time Signals and Systems
Energy Storage Sys w/ EV App
Digital Signal Processing
Total Credit Hours40
Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
Freshman ICredit Hours
CILE-101 First Year Foundations 1
COMM-101 Rhetoric & Writing I 4
CHEM-135 Principles of Chemistry 3
CHEM-136 Principles of Chemistry Lab 1
MATH-101 Calculus I 4
IME-100
Interdisciplinary Design and Manufacturing
or Principles of Electrical and Computer Engineering
4
 Credit Hours17
Freshman II
LS-201 Sophomore Seminar: Exploring the Human Condition 4
MATH-102 Calculus II 4
PHYS-114 Newtonian Mechanics 3
PHYS-115 Newtonian Mechanics Laboratory 1
IME-100
Interdisciplinary Design and Manufacturing
or Principles of Electrical and Computer Engineering
4
 Credit Hours16
Sophomore
Sophomore I
ECON-201 Economic Principles 4
MATH-203 Multivariate Calculus 4
PHYS-224 Electricity and Magnetism 3
PHYS-225 Electricity and Magnetism Laboratory 1
MECH-210 Statics 4
 Credit Hours16
Sophomore II
MATH-204 Differential Equations & Laplace Transforms 4
EE-210 Circuits I 3
EE-211 Circuits I Lab 1
IME-200
Introduction to Industrial Engineering
or Dynamics
4
MECH-310 Dynamics 4
 Credit Hours16
Junior
Junior I
COMM-201 Rhetoric & Writing II 4
MATH-305 Numerical Methods and Matrices 4
ECE-101 MATLAB and C Programming 4
IME-351 Engineering Economics 4
MECH-311 Introduction to Mechanical System Design 4
 Credit Hours20
Junior II
MATH-258 Probability and Statistics 4
CONCENTRATION COURSE ONE 4
CONCENTRATION COURSE TWO 4
CONCENTRATION COURSE THREE 4
Advanced Liberal Studies Elective 4
 Credit Hours20
Senior
Senior I
CONCENTRATION COURSE FOUR 4
CONCENTRATION COURSE FIVE 4
CONCENTRATION COURSE SIX 4
Advanced Liberal Studies Elective 4
Free Elective 4
 Credit Hours20
Senior II
CONCENTRATION COURSE SEVEN 4
CONCENTRATION COURSE EIGHT 4
CONCENTRATION COURSE NINE 4
LS-489 Senior Seminar: Leadership, Ethics, and Contemporary Issues 4
 Credit Hours16
Senior III
Advanced Liberal Studies Elective 4
CILE-490 Multidisciplinary Capstone 4
Math/Science Elective 4
Free Elective 4
 Credit Hours16
Any Term
CILE-400 Culminating Undergraduate Experience: Thesis 4
 Credit Hours4
 Total Credit Hours161