· Materials for Additive Manufacturing – Introduces graduate students to polymer and powder materials used in additive manufacturing processes. Concepts are based on reviewing the current research in four learning modules.
· Introduction to Additive Manufacturing – Introduces undergraduate and graduate students to materials, processes and applications of additive manufacturing processes. Concepts are based on analyzing the current developments in three learning modules.
· Particulate Materials Processing – Introduces graduate students to materials, processes and analysis of powder processing. Concepts are based on materials-process-geometry interactions in powdered metal and ceramic processing.
· Modern Electronics Manufacturing – Provides an introduction to materials and processes in electronics manufacturing. Senior-level engineering and science students from IME majors take this course in preparation for a career in the electronics industry.
· Fundamentals of Manufacturing Systems – Discusses concepts in manufacturing processes and systems. Topics covered include casting, forming, machining and joining operations. Junior-level industrial, manufacturing, and mechanical engineering students take this course as a foundation for a career in manufacturing.
· Manufacturing Process Development – Covers advanced topics in process analysis. Concepts are based on materials-process-geometry interactions in typical manufacturing processes. Senior-level manufacturing engineering students take this course in preparation for a career in manufacturing.
· Engineering Economy – Introduces concepts based on using cost analysis in making technical decisions. Junior-level engineering students take this course in preparation for a career in project engineering and management.
· Introduction to Materials Science – Introduces undergraduate students to how materials structure affects properties of relevance to diverse engineering applications.
· Polymer Processing – Presents polymer processing fundamentals to graduate students. Concepts are based on materials-process-geometry interactions in polymer processing and focus on several nanoscale and microscale applications.
· Research Methodology – Caters to industrial and manufacturing engineering graduate students’ needs to develop skills that are critical to establishing a research career.