IE 305 - Product Design, Specification and Measurement

Course Description

Principles of product design and specifications and methods for product verification.

I E 305 - Product Design, Specification and Measurement (3): Product Design, Specification and Measurement is a first level junior course in manufacturing, required for all the baccalaureate students in the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering. It will be offered in fall and spring semesters. It exposes students to the principles required for designing a product and developing the specifications for its components and the methods for product verification and checking conformance to specifications. Students taking this course should be familiar with introduction to engineering design and should have graphical communication skills.

Course Prerequisites

  • Prerequisite or Concurrent: MATSE 259

Additional Information

Lehtihet, El-Amine



Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering



Phone: 814-863-2350

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