BS in Industrial Engineering – Engineering Management Concentration

Objective

The Department of Industrial Engineering offers program leading to BS degree in Industrial Engineering (BSIE) with an Engineering Management Concentration. The program integrates business and management knowledge into an engineering curriculum to prepare engineers for leadership roles in technology-based organizations. The BSIE – Engineering Management Concentration program is accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET).

Within the first several years following graduation from the Industrial Engineering program, graduates are expected to be:

  1. To have graduates working as professionals by adding value in any one of the following sectors: Service, Government, Retail, Consulting, or Manufacturing.
  2. To have graduates pursuing or holding a graduate degree and/or developing professionally through continuing education, licensure, certification and seminars in a new area of their chosen areas of expertise.

Curriculum

Students enrolled in BSIE – Engineering Management Concentration program are required to complete 128 course credits.

Plan of Study

Freshman Year

Fall

Credit Hours

IEN 111

Introduction to Engineering I

3

ENG 105

English Composition I

3

MTH 151

Calculus I for Engineers

5

PHY 205

University Physics I

3

 

Credit Hours

14

Spring

IEN 112

Introduction to Engineering II

2

ENG 107

English Composition II: Science and Technology

3

MTH 162

Calculus II

4

ECO 211 or 212

Economic Principles and Problems 

or Economic Principles and Problems

3

PHY 206

University Physics II

3

PHY 208

University Physics II Lab

1

 

Credit Hours

16

Sophomore Year

Fall

BSL 212 or BUS 202

Introduction to Business Law 

or Introduction To The Legal Environment Of Business

3

HA Cognate (HA Elective) 1

3

IEN 201

Methods Analysis and Work Measurement

3

MTH 210

Introduction to Linear Algebra

3

PHY 207

University Physics III

3

PHY 209

University Physics III Lab

1

 

Credit Hours

16

Spring

HA Cognate (HA Elective) 1

3

CHM 151

Chemistry for Engineers

3

CHM 153

Chemistry Laboratory for Engineers

1

CAE 210, ECE 205

or MAE 303

Mechanics of Solids I 

or Principles of Electrical Engineering--I
or Thermodynamics I

3

PS Cognate (PS Elective) 1

3

MTH 311

Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations

3

 

Credit Hours

16

Junior Year

Fall

HA Cognate (Advanced HA Elective) 1

3

IEN 310

Introduction to Engineering Probability

3

IEN 351

Industrial Safety Engineering

3

IEN 380

Engineering Economy

3

IEN 441

Deterministic Models in Operations Research

3

PS Cognate (PS Elective) 1

3

 

Credit Hours

18

Spring

PS Cognate (Advanced PS Elective) 1

3

IEN 312

Applied Statistical Methods

3

IEN 361

Industrial Cost Analysis

3

IEN 363

Project Management for Engineers

3

IEN 406

Computer-Aided Manufacturing

3

IEN 442

Stochastic Models in Operations Research

3

 

Credit Hours

18

Senior Year

Fall

IEN 465

Production and Inventory Control

3

IEN 512

Statistical Quality Control and Quality Management

3

IEN 547

Computer Simulation Systems

3

IEN 557

Ergonomics And Human Factors Engineering

3

IEN 571

Engineering Entrepreneurship

3

 

Credit Hours

15

Spring

IEN 494

Senior Project

3

IEN 524

Decision Support Systems in Industrial Engineering

3

IEN 568

Materials Handling and Facilities Planning

3

IEN 570

Engineering Management

3

IEN 572

Management of Technological Innovation

3

 

Credit Hours

15

 

Total Credit Hours

128

 

 

1Lists of approved People and Society (PS)/Humanities and Arts (HA) (or applicable cognates). Students take a minimum of 3 courses (9 credit hours) in HA cognate and 3 courses in PS Cognate (9 credit hours) to be selected from the list of available cognates

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