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Undergraduate Education

The College of Engineering offers opportunities to undergraduate engineering students in the area of reliability and maintainability engineering. UT is unique in the US in offering the quality and quantity of education and experience to interested undergraduate students. All options are an integral part of a typical bachelor’s curriculum in one of the engineering disciplines and include:

  • Minor in Reliability and Maintainability Engineering (university recognition)
  • Reliability and Maintenance Engineering internships (paid experience)

Minor in Reliability and Maintainability Engineering

The RME minor requires five elective courses in reliability and maintenance and must be achieved within the framework of a Bachelor of Science Degree. An example would be a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Reliability and Maintainability Engineering. The minor is recognized by UT and appears on the official student transcript.

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Student Internships

RMC internships offer engineering students a unique experience in today’s technically advanced reliability and maintenance fields. Student interns gain practical work experience, earn a competitive summer salary, and form meaningful relationships with RMC member companies.

Interns are placed with RMC member companies that are leaders in developing best practices and advanced technologies. Each internship begins with a one-week overview training course taught by UT faculty and industry experts. Students then spend twelve weeks on the job with the member company for thirteen weeks.

The RMC works closely with the Office of Professional Practice to locate, orient, and place interested engineering students with various RMC member companies.

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