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2014-2015 Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, B.S.


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Total Degree Credits: 120

STEM Core


All FLPoly students take these courses

Total STEM Core Credits: 16


Florida Common Prerequisites:


Nanotechnology


Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing, Motion Intelligence, and Multifunctional Materials


General Education


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Total General Education Credits: 36


Engineering Core:


These courses provide a foundation in Engineering. All Engineering students take these courses.

Total Engineering Core Credits: 7 - 9


Mechanical & lndustrial Engineering Core:


These courses provide an essential foundation in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.

Total Mechanical & lndustrial Engineering Core Credits: 32


Concentration Core:


Nanotechnology:


All Nanotechnology students take these courses.

Total Concentration Core Credits: 18


Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing:


 All Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing students take these courses.

Total Concentration Core Credits: 21


Motion Intelligence:


All Motion Intelligence students take these courses.

Total Concentration Core Credits: 21


Learning Compact


Florida Polytechnic University’s Academic Learning Compact describes what students, who follow the major’s study plan, will know and be able to do. These are listed as core student learning outcomes.

College: Engineering
Program: Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Purpose of the Program: The Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Bachelor of Science degree program at Florida Polytechnic University is designed to provide a synergetic foundation in the disciplines of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering through broad educational experiences. The program offers four concentrations, including Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Motion Intelligence, Multifunctional Materials, and Nanotechnology. The program seeks to bring an understanding of the fundamental principles of science and engineering by providing students with hands on learning experience and applied research opportunities.
Graduate will know and be able to do:
  • Apply knowledge of foundational principles of engineering in a defined problem;
  • Design and conduct experiments specific to the discipline of GDT, Motion Intelligence, Multifunctional Materials, and Nanotechnology;
  • Function on a team with either different roles or disciplines in order to accomplish a goal;
  • Demonstrate ability to analyze an engineering scenario, product, or process using operational models;
  • Demonstrate ability to analyze and engineering scenario, product, or process using engineering tools; and
  • Demonstrate ability to analyze and interpret data within a multidisciplinary environment.

Core Learning Outcomes:

Student Learning Outcomes:
The Outcomes Involve These Skills:
Upon completion of the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Degree in the College of Engineering, students will possess the: Content Critical Thinking Communication
Students will be able to apply knowledge of foundational principles of engineering in a defined problem. X X  
Students will be able to design and conduct experiments specific to the discipline of GDT.   X  
Students will be able to design and conduct experiments specific to the discipline of Motion Intelligence.   X  
Students will be able to design and conduct experiments specific to the discipline of Multifunctional Materials.   X  
Students will be able to design and conduct experiments specific to the discipline of Nanotechnology.   X  
Students will be able to function on a team with either different roles or disciplines in order to accomplish a goal.     X
Students will demonstrate ability to analyze an engineering scenario, product, or process using operation models. X X  
Students will demonstrate ability to analyze an engineering scenario, product, or process using engineering tools. X X  
Students will demonstrate ability to analyze and interpret data within a multidisciplinary environment. X X X

 

 

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