The Industrial Engineering curriculum is designed to provide a comprehensive education in industrial engineering and to balance the breadth and depth of instruction to develop effective engineers. The minimum hours required for graduation is 128. The department offers courses so that students can be flexible in their course choices and progress efficiently. The following information is subject to change, so students should consult with the Undergraduate Catalog and their academic advisor on a regular basis.
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering Curriculum Table
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|IE 3341, Engineering Statistics||3||IE 3311, Operations Research I||3|
|IE 3351, Manufacturing Engineering||3||IE 3343, Quality Assurance & Engineering Statistics||3|
|IE 3361, Work Analysis & Design||3||IE 3371, Production Control||3|
|ME 2322, Engineering Thermodynamics I||3||IE 3372, Management Systems Control||3|
|POLS 2302, Public Policy||3||IE 3244, Engineering Data Analysis||2|
|Humanities Elective (3 hrs)*||3||ECE 3301, General Electrical Engineering||3|
|IE 4311, Operations Research II||3||IE 4333, Senior Design Project||3|
|IE 4351, Facilities Planning||3||IE Electives (6 hrs)+||6|
|IE 4361, Engineering Design for People||3||CE 3302, or
|IE Elective (3 hrs)+||3||CE 3303, Mechanics of Solids Laboratory||3|
|Engineering Elective ^||3||Vis/Perf Arts Elective (3 hrs)*||3|
* Choose from Core Curriculum requirements.
+ IE electives from the following courses: IE 4320, 4331, 4352, 4362, 4363.
^ Engineering elective from the following courses: C E 3302, 3303, 3305; M E 3302, 3370, 3403.
The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.