ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I
Students are introduced to the basic principles and concepts of accounting in this course. Accounting and the business environment, accounting systems, recording business transactions, financial statements, the accounting cycle, merchandising operations, merchandise inventory, accounting information systems, internal control and cash, receivables, plant assets and intangibles, current assets and liabilities and payroll are studied in depth.
MATH 306 Statistical Modeling
Statistical inference; estimation, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing; analysis of variance; goodness of fit tests; regression and correlation analysis, Introduction to design of experiments concepts; use of statistical software
CS 306 Database Management
An introduction to fundamental concepts in the design and implementation of modern database management systems, with a focus on relational database systems, Topics include: entity-relationship and relational approaches to data modeling, database design theory, structured query processing with the SQL language, storage organization, indexing techniques. In addition to these traditional topics, the course also covers a sample of emerging topics, such as XML, distributed databases, and data mining.
IE 301 Production Planning I
Production management, forecasting methods, descriptive and explanatory models, Inventory Management; EOQ models, safety stocks, continuous and periodic review systems, aggregate production planning, classification of production systems, facility layout and location, single and multi-facility location problems, capacity planning, maintenance function.
IE 303 Operations Research I
Elements of problem solving and algorithmic design; use of numerical analysis and linear algebra to solve deterministic linear models; linear programming and related topics like simplex method, duality and sensitivity analysis, transportation and assignment problems. Optimization techniques; computer software to implement the models and to solve the problems
IE 304 Operations Research II
Integer programming, non-linear programming, dynamic programming, queuing models. Introduction to stochastic processes with examples based on the appropriate manufacturing and service systems; decision making under uncertainty; Markov chains;.
IE 306 Simulation
Development of a simulation language for modeling production, inventory, finance, transportation, public and health systems, Statistical analysis of simulation input/output data, design of simulation experiments, other elements of simulation analysis and generation of random numbers. Simulation languages/software; statistical aspects of simulation.
IE 307 Quality And Reliability Engineering
Introduction to total quality management philosophies and ISO 9000 standards; design and analysis of statistical process control systems; control charts; acceptance sampling techniques; reliability testing; evaluation of the sources of variation; design of experiments; failure mode, effect, and criticality analysis; quality function deployment; quality by design and introduction to Taguchi approach.
IE 405 Decision Analysis
Decision making is a challenge under uncertainty, incomplete information where multiple objectives, subjective judgement and preferences are involved. In organizational and individual decisions, presence of all these complicating factors is common. Decision analysis offers decision makers a set of tools to help, (1) structure decision problems and generate creative alternatives, (2) quantify uncertainty, (3) quantify subjective judgement, and, (4) combine all this in an optimal choice model. The course will introduce basic concepts and skills necessary to deal with such decision making problems.
IE 407 Management Information Systems (MIS)
Introduction to information systems analysis, design and development, systems development strategies and tools, initiation and feasibility of systems projects, tools for systems requirements analysis and determination, structured analysis technique for large complex system, application prototyping systems development, computer aided system tools, systems design, system implementation and its management. Management of information systems and computer technology; applications in different industries and future directions
IE 408 Project Management
Projects are all the work that is done one time, and ongoing operations represent the work we do over and over. These two types of work require different management approaches and techniques. This course introduces project management issues and techniques, which the students are required to apply to real-world projects. Project selecting, structuring, scheduling, budgeting, resource management, and project control are the main topics.
IE 490 Systems Analysis And Design (Graduation Project)
Investigation and report on a special team project under the direction of a faculty advisor. Involves handling and solving a well defined engineering problem of practical nature by combined use of knowledge and skills acquired in different courses within the broader discipline of industrial engineering
IE 302 Production Planning II
Models with linear costs, smoothing problems, multi-product and multistage models, operations scheduling, single machine, multiple machine models, stochastic scheduling; Material Requirements Planning, pull and push production control systems, JIT concept, Facility layout and location.
IE 305 Work Analyses And Design
Methods design analysis techniques, evaluation and appraisal; work measurement procedures; efficiency, productivity concepts; equipment design and its effect on human performance; manual work, worker-machine systems, automation; assembly lines, line balancing; introduction to logistics operations; production versus service systems .
IE 308 Engineering Economics
Time value of money; discounted cash flow analysis; break-even analysis; evaluation of alternative capital investment proposals considering depreciation, inflation, taxes; make or buy analysis; replacement analysis; bonds, stocks, and options; decision making under certainty and risk.
IE 309 Ergonomics
Analysis of complex work space, tools and activities to achieve efficiency in modern work environments; physiological and psychological capabilities and limitations; human - machine/computer interface; ergonomic measurement methods and analytical techniques. work space design and guidelines for environmental factors such as lighting, noise, temperature, and humidity; individual aptitude, ability and motivation; job safety analysis, standards, and regulations; application of principles of human factors with an emphasis on industrial applications of robotics
IE 401 Manufacturing Processes
Overview of modern manufacturing technology; introduction to manufacturing processes, inspection methods and quality; materials and their manufacturing characteristics; description of various conventional and non-conventional manufacturing processes and their applications in industry: casting, metal forming, forging, extrusion, rolling, joining and welding, EDM, ECM, laser machining, abrasive flow processes; machining processes: turning, milling, drilling, broaching etc., abrasive machining processes.
IE 402 Integrated Manufacturing
Introduction to methods and practices in industrial design, prototyping, and manufacturing; investigation of the product design process, Automated transfer lines, automated assembly lines, assembly line balancing, flexible manufacturing systems, automated material handling, general scheduling theory and shop floor control.
IE 403 Computer Aided Design And Manufacturing (CAD/CAM)
Impact of CAD/CAM on product design and manufacturing, CAD/CAM software applications, Geometric modeling, numerical methods for analysis, and design optimization
IE 404 Logistics
Maintainability engineering, designing for maintainability, maintainability assurance, qualitative and quantitative maintainability requirements, equipment availability, MTBF and MTTR tradeoff, MTTR prediction, the integrated logistics support concept, life-cycle costs, maintenance engineering analysis (MEA), support requirements.
IE 406 Financial Analysis
Quantifying alternatives for easier decision-making, review of present value system, gradient, geometric gradient, comparing alternative proposals, annual payment method of comparing alternatives, benefit-cost analysis, probability evaluation, project investments, depreciation, inflation.
The foundations of corporate finance and their applications to some of the important financial decisions; the valuation of fixed-income securities and stocks; capital budgeting risk and return; market efficiency; capital structure and its implications; the valuation of options and other derivative securities.
IE 409 Reliability Analysis
Component and system reliability; design and assessment of engineering systems and processes for assuring reliability of performance; life distributions; life testing procedures; estimating system reliability; maintenance and replacement models; data collection, storage and analysis for maintenance; computerized maintenance systems; total productive maintenance.
IE 410 Design Of Experiments
Analysis of variance, Principles of experimental design: randomization, blocking, transformations, fixed and random effects. Single factor experiments, Latin squares, factorial experiments, analysis of covariance, response surface design.
IE 411 Forecasting
Simple and multiple regression models; relaxing the assumptions of the classical model: multi-collinearity, heteroscedasticity, autocorrelation, model specification. Demand patterns and filtering, horizontal models, trend models, quadratic models, regression, discounting and adaptive smoothing models, trigonometric models, seasonal models, adaptive control models, Box-Jenkins models.
IE 412 Financial Engineering
Quantitative methods: Time value of money, the investment setting, stock market analysis. Macroeconomic and microeconomic analysis, global economic analysis, Financial statement analysis: Basic concepts, financial ratios and earnings per share, assets, liabilities. Corporate Finance: corporate investing and financing decisions. Asset valuation: Markets and instruments, equity investments. Debt investments: Basic concepts, analysis and valuation. Derivative investments, alternative investments, Portfolio management.
IE 413 Manufacturing Systems
Strategic management of manufacturing systems, production and inventory management systems, production and resource planning, elements of manufacturing systems, aggregate planning, desegregation, master scheduling, material requirements planning (MRP), capacity requirements planning.
IE 414 Stochastic Models
Markov chains: classification, recurrence, transience, limit theory. Renewal theory, Markov processes, birth-death processes, Applications to queuing, branching, and other models in science, engineering and business, Topics drawn from semi-Markov processes, martingales, Brownian motion.
IE 415 Scheduling And Sequencing
This course covers deterministic scheduling and sequencing problems such as single machine scheduling, parallel machine scheduling, flowshop scheduling, and jobshop scheduling. An introduction to neighbourhood search techniques, such as genetic algorithms, tabu search, etc. will also be covered.
IE 416 Supply Chain Management
EOQ models, safety stock, service levels in (Q,R) systems, transportation problem, network models, designing products for supply chain efficiency, multilevel distribution systems, designing supply chain in a global environment
IE 417 Facilities Design And Planning
Concepts and techniques for analyzing, designing, and selecting facilities and material handling systems, Design of production, distribution and inventory systems, Process design, materials handling, work area design, storage and warehousing, service area planning, machine scheduling; number, size and location of facilities in a system; capacity planning; design of delivery routes.
IE 418 Queueing Theory
Markovian queues and Jackson networks, Steady- state behavior of general service time queues. Priority queues. Approximation methods and algorithms for complex queues, Simulation, Dynamic programming; applications to inventory and queuing
IE 419 Managerial Economics
Principles underlying microeconomics theory, capital budgeting, cost of capital, present value, rate of return, methods of evaluating alternatives, marginal and incremental costs, opportunity costs, feasibility studies for investment decisions, campaign alternatives, projected cash flow statements.
IE 420 Technology And Research & Development (R&D) Management
Integrating technology and strategy, design and evolution of technology strategies, technology infrastructure, technology sourcing, technology transfer, R&D management, innovation management, new product and process development, pre-project planning, aggregate project planning, innovation challenges
IE 421 Total Quality Management
Leadership commitment, continuous improvement, statistical process control, process capability, TQM tools, self-assessment, customer satisfaction, total employee involvement, empowerment, training, supplier partnership, benchmarking, quality function deployment, concurrent engineering, quality management models, ISO quality standards. Case studies.
IE 430 Special Topics In Industrial Engineering
Selected topics of current interest in Industrial Engineering
IE440 Current Topics In Industrial Engineering
Different sectors of industry will be discussed, plant visits.
IE 450 Seminars In Industrial Engineering
Investigating and modeling a special topic from Industrial Engineering point of view, Students will prepare a paper and present it before the selected members of the department.
60 Days Internship
Students will spend a minimum of 6 weeks (30 working days) in an organization in industry / business / government sector to obtain practical experience on topics related to Industrial Engineering. At the end of the summer practice, students will write a technical report and submit it to their advisor.