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Curriculum in Industrial Engineering
Administered by the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering.
Leading to the degree bachelor of science. Total credits required: 120.5. See also Basic Program and Cooperative Programs.
The department requires a C grade (2.0) or better in both Engl 150 and 250.
*Core professional curriculum. A student must have a minimum grade point average of 2.00 in this group of courses to graduate.
1These social sciences and humanities (SSH) electives must be chosen from a department-approved list and must include at least one 6-credit sequence of prerequisite or related courses. At least 6 credits of SSH electives at or above the 200-level must be included.
2These management electives must be chosen from a department-approved list.
3These engineering topic electives must be chosen from a department-approved list.
4The IMSE curriculum provides students with the opportunity to obtain depth in a topic area of their choice. At least two courses, selected from a department-approved list, must be taken from one of the following areas:
Operations Research: which is concerned with the design and analysis of quantitative models and methods having applications in production and service systems such as inventory control, scheduling, transportation, and logistics.
Manufacturing: which is concerned with the design, analysis, operation, and control of manufacturing processes and systems.
Human Factors: which is concerned with the relationships between people and their work tasks, machines, information, and environment.
Engineering Management: which is concerned with the strategies necessary for solving internal and external problems of a company in areas such as production, quality, project management, sales, and marketing strategies.
General: for students who do not want to specialize in any of the five focus areas above, choosing instead to combine electives from a number of areas.