If you are considering working at MIDL, it is highly recommended that you build a cross-disciplinary background in several technical fields. The following courses may help you in developing such a background. Note that these are suggestions and more often than not, your requirements will emerge during the course of your research.

MEEN 601 | Advanced Product Design |

MEEN 632 | Advanced Computer-Aided Engineering |

MEEN 648 | Manufacturing Systems Planning and Analysis |

MEEN 653 | Scientific Writing |

MATH 601 | Methods of Applied Mathematics I |

MATH 603 | Methods of Applied Mathematics II |

MATH 613 | Graph Theory |

MATH 640 | Linear Algebra for Applications |

MATH 676 | Finite Element Methods in Scientific Computing |

ISEN 631 | Cognitive Systems Engineering |

ISEN 635 | Human Information Processing |

ISEN 656 | Virtual Manufacturing |

CSCE 601 | Programming with C and Java |

CSCE 602 | Object-Oriented Programming, Development and Software Engineering |

CSCE 620 | Computational Geometry |

CSCE 624 | Sketch Recognition |

CSCE 634 | Intelligent User Interfaces |

CSCE 645 | Geometric Modeling |

CSCE 648 | Computer Aided Sculpting |

CSCE 649 | Physically-Based Modeling |

CSCE 655 | Human-Centered Computing |

CSCE 666 | Pattern Analysis |

CSCE 671 | Computer-Human Interaction |

VIZA 626 | Generative Art and Design |

VIZA 662 | Physical Computing for Art and Design |