Product Realization Minor
An Undergraduate Minor in the College of Engineering

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 To learn more, contact:


Dr. Conrad Tucker

Assistant Professor
Engineering Design
& Industrial Engineering

213N Hammond Bldg
University Park, PA 16802 USA
(814) 865-7580

cst14@psu.edu

 


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.

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Download The Minor (...but very important...) Sheet to learn more about the Product Realization Minor and other Minors in the College of Engineering.


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This page last updated September 2013.