Management and Engineering for Manufacturing

management and engineering for manufacturing

WHAT IS MANAGEMENT AND ENGINEERING FOR MANUFACTURING (MEM)?

This major is part of the Business Exploration Group and Math and Engineering Exploration Group

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The Management and Engineering for Manufacturing major is offered jointly through the Schools of Business and Engineering. The program provides students with solid engineering and business skills, a total enterprise vision, and in-depth knowledge of world-class manufacturing methods. Such methods include concurrent product engineering and design for manufacturing, computer integrated manufacturing, understanding of the management of technology, just-in-time manufacturing philosophy, and change management capabilities. The courses for the major are team-taught by faculty from both schools.

Students majoring in MEM are eligible to apply for the 4+1 Analytics Track within the MSBAPM (Master of Science Business Analytics and Project Management) program.

HOW TO DECLARE:

APPLICATION REQUIRED. Current UConn students interested in majoring in MEM, can apply using the on-line application:https://request.engr.uconn.edu/.

 

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS:

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HELPFUL INTRO COURSES:

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MEM 1151 - Introduction to the Management and Engineering for Manufacturing Program (Major Requirement)

ECON 1200 - Principles of Economics (Intensive) (Major Requirement) (Gen Ed: CA 2)

MATH 1131Q - Calculus 1 (Major Requirement) (Gen Ed: Q Course)

STAT 1000Q - Introduction to Statistics 1 (Major Requirement) (Gen Ed: Q Course)

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STAT 1100Q - Elementary Concepts of Statistics (Major Requirement) (Gen Ed: Q Course)

CHEM 1127Q - General Chemistry 1 (Major Requirement) (Gen Ed: CA 3-LAB)

 

POSSIBLE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:

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