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Minor in Reliability and Maintainability Engineering

A coursework program leading to a minor in Reliability and Maintainability Engineering is offered by the Tickle College of Engineering. Fifteen hours of coursework are required as listed below. The grade in each of the required classes must be at least a C. Student should consult with their advisor for the appropriate elective courses in their major.

Core Courses — 6 Hours:

  • Industrial Engineering 483 or Mechanical Engineering 483 or Material Science and Engineering 483 or Nuclear Engineering 483
  • Industrial Engineering 484 or Mechanical Engineering 484 or Materials Science and Engineering 484 or Nuclear Engineering 484

Statistics or Math Requirement — 3 Hours (choose 1):

  • Chemical Engineering 301
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering 313
  • Industrial Engineering 200
  • Materials Science and Engineering 371
  • Mathematics 323
  • Statistics 251

Electives — 6 Hours (choose at least 2):

  • CBE 360 – Process Dynamics and Control
  • ECE 315 – Signals and Systems I
  • ECE 471 – Introduction to Pattern Recognition
  • IE 300 – Quality Control and Management
  • ME 345 – Mechanical Engineering Instrumentation and Measurement
  • ME 363 – System Dynamics
  • MSE 302 – Mechanical Behavior of Material I
  • MSE 405 – Structural Charactersitics of Materials I
  • NE 401 – Radiological Engineering Laboratory
  • IE 340 – Process Improvement through Planned Experimentation
  • BAS 340 – Experimental Methods and Process Improvement

Total Hours: 15


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