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2009-2011 Courses and Programs

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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 cr. See also Basic Program and Special Programs.

International Perspectives: 3 cr.*
U.S. Diversity: 3 cr.*

Communication Proficiency/Library requirements:
Engl 150 and Engl 250 with minimum grade of C; Lib 160.
Remaining Communication courses: 6 cr.
Engl 314, 3 cr.; Sp Cm 212, 3 cr.

Social Sciences and Humanities: 12 cr.**
Six of twelve credits must be from 200-level or above courses. Six credits must be sequential or related courses.

Basic Program: 26.5 cr.****
Chem 167, 4 cr.3; Engl 150, 3 cr. and Engl 250, 3 cr. (see above for grade requirements), Engr 101, R cr.; I E 148, 3 cr.3, Lib 160, 0.5 cr.; Math 165, 4 cr. and Math 166, 4 cr.; and Phys 221, 5 cr. (See Basic Program rule.)

Math and Physical Science: 17 cr.
Math 265, 4 cr.; Math 267, 4 cr.; Phys 222, 5 cr.; Stat 231, 4 cr.
Industrial Engineering Core: 31 cr.
I E 248, 3 cr.; I E 271, 3 cr.; I E 305, 3 cr.; I E 312, 3 cr.; I E 413, 4 cr., I E 341, 3 cr.; I E 348, 3 cr.; I E 361, 3 cr.; I E 441, 3 cr.; I E 448, 3 cr.

Other Remaining Courses: 28 cr.
Mat E 272, 2 cr.; E M 274, 3 cr.; E E 442,
2 cr.; M E 330, 3 cr.; Focus Electives , 6 cr.2; Management Electives, 6 cr.2; and Engineering Topic Electives, 6 cr.**

Seminar/Co-op/Internships:
I E 101, R cr. Optional co-op/internship courses.

* These university requirements will add to the minimum credits of the program unless the university-approved courses are also allowed by the department to meet other course requirements within the degree program.U.S. diversity and international perspectives courses may not be taken Pass/Not Pass.
** Choose from department approved list.
*** See Basic Program for Professional Engineering Curricula for accepted substitutions for curriculum designated courses in the Basic Program.
**** 2.00 required including transfer courses.