Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) / Master of Science (MS) followed by the MBA from Kelley Direct, Indiana University
The Purdue Interdisciplinary Engineering Degrees (MSE/MS) require 30 credit hours total with at least 18 hours in Purdue engineering courses and a maximum of two IU courses.
Your Purdue plan of study (POS) also needs to include a course from each bridge area below. One (and only one) of the four bridge courses must be an IU course. A maximum of two IU courses are allowed to use on your plan of study. One is the bridge and one would be an elective. IU course options are listed with an *. IU offers further details on your Kelley courses as well as plan of study details.
Note: Your Purdue plan of study may only include IU courses from this list.
|BUKD C530||Economics for Managers* (Fall & Spring)|
|IE 54500||Engineering Economic Analysis|
|IE 54600||Economic Decisions in Engineering|
|IE 59000||Manufacturing Economics|
|BUKD C580||Operations Management* (Winter, Spring & Summer)|
|IE 57000||Manufacturing Processes Engineering|
|IE 57400||Industrial Robotics & Flexible Assembly|
|IE 57900||Design and Control of Production and Manufacturing Systems|
|IE 58000||Systems Simulation|
|ME 55300||Product and Process Design|
|ME 55700||Design for Manufacturability (requires 3 on-campus, Saturday labs)|
|MSE 59700||Lean Manufacturing|
|BUKD C522||Information Technology * (Fall, Winter & Spring)|
|ECE 54700||Introduction to Computer Communication Networks|
|BUKD C520||Quantitative Analysis* (Fall, Spring & Summer)|
|IE 53000||Quality Control (or as STAT 51300)|
|IE 53300||Industrial Application of Statistics|
|MA 52700||Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists I|
|MA 52800||Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists II|
|STAT 51100||Statistical Methods|
|STAT 51300||Quality Control (or as IE 53000)|
|STAT 51400||Design of Experiments|
|STAT 51600||Basic Probability and Applications|
|STAT 51700||Statistical Inference|
Other IU courses approved for Purdue POS:
BUKD C550 Law and Ethics in Business (Winter & Spring)
BUKD C561 The US in a Global Economy (Fall, Spring & Summer)
The student is ultimately responsible for knowing and completing all degree requirements. This website is a knowledge source for specific requirements and completion.
Note: The plan of study worksheet is an aid to help you understand the program requirements and map out a plan. The actual electronic plan of study ePOS is submitted via myPurdue during the first semester you're registered after admission to a degree program.