Advising and Registration
Advance registration for upcoming semesters occurs in November for the Spring semester and in April for the Fall semester, Summer I, and Summer II.
All industrial engineering students will need to be advised by their assigned advisor before they will be allowed to register. The advisors’
offices are in IE 201.
All students receive an advising packet approximately two weeks before advising begins. The packet includes:
- Dates of advising
- A list of courses offered for the different semesters
- The student's personal worksheet showing classes completed with grades and the assigned advisor's name
- The student's personal degree audit
Students should come to the IE office and sign up for an appointment with their assigned advisor, then return for that appointment. The advisor will write the student’s classes to register for on a two−part sheet; one copy for the student, and one copy to be retained in the student’s file. After the student has been advised, the hold will be removed and any permits needed will be placed on the Banner system. Students are instructed to not deviate from their assigned courses for registration without the consent of their advisor. Students who deviate will be dropped from the courses they were not advised to take, and a hold will be placed on the Banner system, prompting the student to return for more advising.
Department of Industrial Engineering Contacts:
|Timothy Matis, Ph.D.||Associate Professor||Email|
O: IE 201I
|James Smith, Ph.D., P.E., C.P.E.||Professor||Email|
O: IE 201J
|Susan Urban, Ph.D.||Professor||Email|
O: IE 201G