A minor in product lifecycle management (PLM) will expose any Purdue major to manufacturing graphics expertise. Students who complete the minor will gain applied knowledge in current and emerging graphics theories and computer graphics technologies associated with the design, documentation, and manufacture and support of products and related services.
The PLM minor is open only to any Purdue University West Lafayette campus major.
All courses in the minor must be taken for a grade. P/NP is not an option.
A grade of “C-” or better must be obtained in all PLM minor classes.
Only students pursuing four-year degrees are eligible for the PLM minor.
One of the following prerequisite courses is required before enrolling in CGT 22600:
- CGT 11000
- CGT 11600
- CGT 16300
- CGT 16400
- An approved substitution
Required Courses (9 credit hours)
All courses in the minor must be taken for a grade. A grade of “C-“ or better is required in all classes. Select three of the following:
- CGT 22600 (Introduction to Constraint-Based Modeling)
- CGT 32600 (Graphic Standards for Product Definition)
- CGT 42300 (Product Data Management)
- CGT 42600 (Industry Applications of Simulation and Visualization)
Other courses outside of the PLM minor offered by the CGT will not be available for enrollment for non-CGT majors who are accepted in the CGT/PLM minor.
For more information Professor Craig L. Miller.