Electromechanical Design and Manufacturing (Minor)

Armour College of Engineering offers the Minor in Electromechanical Design and Manufacturing to address a growing demand for engineers in this rapidly growing field of industrial automation and robotics. Students will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to design, manufacture, produce, inspect, and test computer-controlled mechanical systems.

Students will be prepared for professions in manufacturing production, quality control, inspecting products and processes, or working in product design and development.

Coursework may include such topics as computer-aided design, manufacturing processes, and digital computers and computing.

Program Overview

This minor prepares students for professions in manufacturing production, quality control, inspecting products and processes, or working in product design and development. Coursework may include such topics as computer-aided design, manufacturing processes, and digital computers and computing.

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The Minor in Electromechanical Design and Manufacturing consists of at least five courses (minimum of 17-20 credit hours).

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Interested in declaring a minor? Talk with your academic adviser or Academic Affairs to plan out your course schedule and fill out the Minor Request Form.