To learn more, contact:
Dr. Conrad Tucker
& Industrial Engineering
213N Hammond Bldg
University Park, PA 16802 USA
Download The Minor (...but very important...) Sheet to learn more about the Product Realization Minor and other Minors in the College of Engineering.
This 21 credit interdisciplinary minor is designed for any engineering student who is interested in state-of-the-art practice in integrated product/process design and manufacturing. The program culminattes with a one- or two-semester project involving the design and manufacture of a new product.
The purpose of the minor is to offer students state-of-the-art practice in integrated product/process design and manufacturing. Students completing the minor should:
- Understand the interaction of design and manufacturing through practical examples;
- Be familiar with the entrepreneurial skills needed to transfer a new product from initial idea to market;
- Understand the technical and management aspects of concurrent engineering and total quality management; and
- Have hands-on experience in designing and manufacturing a product, organizing and managing the effort, and interacting with the customer.
To learn more about the Product Realization Minor, follow these links:
Core Courses |
Minor by Major |
Please report any broken or missing links to the PRM Director.
This page last updated September 2013.