BS - Industrial Technology, Concentration in Manufacturing Systems
The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology with a concentration in Manufacturing Systems is designed to prepare students for technical and management careers in business and industry. Manufacturing Systems prepares you for a career in manufacturing design and management with a special focus on green operations and sustainable manufacturing. You will gain knowledge, skills, and practical experiences in innovative manufacturing processes and management, green product design, computer integrated manufacturing, sustainable manufacturing practices, robotics and control systems, and computer aided manufacturing.
This dynamic and expanding field applies computer design tools and other advanced technologies to the solving of problems in manufacturing systems, computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM), and computer integrated manufacturing (CIM). A new, strong emphasis on green design practices and sustainable operations will add to your basic and advanced industrial manufacturing design knowledge. Graduates of the BSIT in Manufacturing Systems will be able to:
1. Use skills in the planning, design, and implementation of sustainable manufacturing processes.
2. Implement Green Design solutions to industrial and consumer product design challenges.
3. Use understanding of the product life cycle and the management of product manufacturing to direct sustainable operations in industry and business.
4. Design and plan sustainable and green industrial facilities in conformance with LEEDS and other environmental standards.
5. Select and operate computer numerical control and other machines for the production of consumer and commercial products.
6. Use knowledge of the uses, advantages, and disadvantages of current and evolving manufacturing techniques including laser machining, electrical discharge machining, water jet and abrasive water jet machining, and rapid prototyping in modern production systems.
7. Select, analyze and use polymers, composites and other materials in the design of manufactured products.
8. Apply the theory and methods of computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM), including the computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) interface to industrial problems and settings.
9. Use the principles of production scheduling and planning in the management of the industrial environment.
10. Use robots and mechatronics for sustainable operations in a modern CIM environment.
11. Apply the latest methods for materials and production management including Just-in-Time (JIT), Materials Resource Planning (MRP), and Lean Manufacturing.
12. Integrate green design, sustainable manufacturing, and recyclable/reusable materials into the design and development of new products.
13. Apply the principles of Lean Manufacturing to manufacturing and soft systems.
14. Apply OSHA and NIOSH principles to facilities design and management.
University Graduation Requirements
Students must complete all residency, curriculum, unit, and GPA requirements as outlined in the Graduation Requirements section of the Policies and Procedures.
4-Year Program Roadmap
Students may find a roadmap for this program here. These roadmaps are an advising tool that outlines a path of courses a student can take to complete requirements for graduation. Roadmaps should be used in consultation with the catalog and your advisor to identify additional requirements for completing the major (for example course grade minimums).
This degree program meets certain University Requirements through approved major modifications. Please see the Major Exceptions area in the Policy and Procedures section of this catalog to identify the specific adjustments for this degree program or contact your major advisor for more details.
Major-Specific Graduation Requirements
All courses in the Preparation and Required in the Major (all courses in preparation, core, and concentration) must be completed with a grade of "C- or better".
|University Graduation Requirements||24|
|Core Lower Division General Education||12|
|Of the 39 units required by the university, 27 units may be satisfied by coursework outlined below. Courses that meet GE Areas A1, A2, A3 or B4 must be passed with a "C-" or better to meet the requirement. Consult with major advisor for details.|
|Upper Division General Education|
|Of the 9 units required by the university, 9 units may be satisfied by coursework outlined below. Consult with major advisor for details.|
|The 6 units of American Institutions (US123) coursework shown below also fulfills GE Areas D2 and D3. Other courses meet the American Institutions requirement, but may not include additional GE areas. The American Studies (AMS 1A/B) and Humanities Honors (HUM 1A/B, 2A/B) programs both offer larger integrated packages that meet this requirement. Consult with major advisor for details.|
|AMS 001A. American Civilization||C1+D2||6|
|AMS 001B. American Civilization||C2+D3+US123||6|
|Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement|
|At SJSU, students must pass both the SJSU Writing Skills Test (WST) and a 100W course. For additional information on the WST, please see http://testing.sjsu.edu/wst. Exceptions to the GWAR may be found at http://info.sjsu.edu/gwar.html.|
|A grade of C or better (C- not accepted) is required to meet graduation requirement.|
|Preparation for the Major||20|
|CHEM 001A. General Chemistry||B1+B3||5|
|MATH 071. Calculus for Business and Aviation||B4||3|
|MATH 30 or MATH 30P may be used in lieu of MATH 71|
|ECON 001B. Principles of Economics: Microeconomics||D1||4|
|Complete one sequence from:|
|PHYS 002A. Fundamentals of Physics||B1+B3||4|
|PHYS 002B. Fundamentals of Physics||B1+B3||4|
|PHYS 050. General Physics/Mechanics||B1+B3||4|
|PHYS 051. General Physics/Electricity and Magnetism||B1+B3||4|
|Students may use PHYS 2B instead of PHYS 51|
|Additional requirement for graduation: To qualify for a baccalaureate degree in Industrial Technology with a concentration in Computer Electronics and Network Technology, students must earn a grade of "C-" or better in each major and preparation courses.|
|ENGR 010. Introduction to Engineering||E||3|
|CMPE 030. Programming Concepts and Methodology||3|
|TECH 031. Quality Assurance and Control||3|
|TECH 060. Introduction to Electronics||3|
|TECH 065. Networking Theory and Application||3|
|TECH 115. Automation and Control||3|
|TECH 145. Lean Manufacturing||3|
|TECH 190A. Senior Project I||3|
|TECH 190B. Senior Project II||3|
|TECH 198. Technology and Civilization||V||3|
|ENGR 100W. Engineering Reports||Z+R||3|
|Manufacturing Systems Concentration||21|
|TECH 020A. Computer-Aided-Graphics||2|
|TECH 025. Introduction to Materials Technology||3|
|TECH 041. Machine Shop Safety||1|
|TECH 045. Sustainable Facilities Design & Planning||3|
|TECH 046. Machine Operation and Management||3|
|TECH 140. Green & Sustainable Product Design||3|
|TECH 147. Green Manufacturing Analysis & Management||3|
|TECH 149. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems||3|
|Complete six units from any advisor approved upper division TECH or ENGR courses|
|Minor in Business Management (Required for this major)||15|
|BUS2 090. Business Statistics||3|
|BUS5 142. Total Quality Management||3|
|BUS3 186. Professional and Business Ethics||S||3|
|Complete one course from:|
|BUS5 141. Procurement and Supply Management||3|
|BUS5 144. Supply Chain Management||3|
|Complete one course from:|
|BUS5 140. Fundamentals of Operations Management||3|
|BUS5 145. Global Operations Strategy||3|