Degrees Offered with a Major in Industrial and Systems Engineering

  • Doctor of Philosophy
    • without a concentration
    • concentration in Quantitative Finance
  • Master of Engineering
  • Master of Science

Requirements for these degrees are given in the Graduate Degrees section of this catalog.

Industrial and Systems Engineering Departmental Courses

EGN 5949Practicum/Internship/Cooperative Work Experience1-6
EGN 6640Entrepreneurship for Engineers3
EGN 6913Engineering Graduate Research0-3
EIN 5249Human Factors in System Design3
EIN 5501Health Systems Engineering Models and Methods3
EIN 6176Advanced Quality Management and Engineering for Business Processes3
EIN 6212Loss Assessment and Control3
EIN 6215System Safety Engineering3
EIN 6216Occupational Safety Engineering3
EIN 6336Advanced Production and Inventory Control3
EIN 6357Advanced Engineering Economy3
EIN 6422Manufacturing Management3
EIN 6510Principles of Manufacturing Systems Engineering3
EIN 6905Special Problems1-6
EIN 6910Supervised Research1-5
EIN 6918Graduate Seminar1
EIN 6940Supervised Teaching1-5
EIN 6971Research for Master's Thesis1-15
EIN 7933Special Problems1-6
EIN 7979Advanced Research1-12
EIN 7980Research for Doctoral Dissertation1-15
ESI 5236Reliability Engineering3
ESI 6314Deterministic Methods in Operations Research4
ESI 6323Models for Supply Chain Management3
ESI 6325Applied Probability Methods in Engineering3
ESI 6341Intro to Stochastic Optimization3
ESI 6346Decision Making under Uncertainty3
ESI 6352Financial Optimization Case Studies3
ESI 6355Decision Support Systems for Industrial and Systems Engineers4
ESI 6417Linear Programming and Network Optimization3
ESI 6418Linear Programming Extensions and Applications3
ESI 6420Fundamentals of Mathematical Programming3
ESI 6429Introduction to Nonlinear Optimization3
ESI 6448Discrete Optimization Theory3
ESI 6449Integer Programming3
ESI 6492Global Optimization3
ESI 6529Digital Simulation Techniques3
ESI 6533Advanced Simulation Design and Analysis3
ESI 6546Stochastic Modeling and Analysis3
ESI 6552Systems Architecture3
ESI 6553Systems Design3
ESI 6555Systems Management3
ESI 6616Data Analytics for System Monitoring3
ESI 6617High-Dimensional Data Analytics3

College of Engineering Courses

EEE 5354LSemiconductor Device Fabrication Laboratory3
EGN 5010LNRF Training Lab1
EGN 5949Practicum/Internship/Cooperative Work Experience1-6
EGN 6640Entrepreneurship for Engineers3
EGN 6642Engineering Innovation3
EGN 6913Engineering Graduate Research0-3
EGN 6933Special Topics1-3
EGN 6937Engineering Fellowship Preparation0-1
EGS 6039Engineering Leadership3
EGS 6101Divergent Thinking3
EGS 6626Fundamentals of Engineering Project Management3
EGS 6628Advanced Practices in Engineering Project Management3
EGS 6681Advanced Engineering Leadership3
EMA 6581Polymeric Biomaterials3
ESI 6900Principles of Engineering Practice1-4

Industrial and systems engineering (PHD)

SLO 1     Knowledge        
Basic proficiency in the core methodological areas of operations research and industrial engineering, including mathematical modeling and optimization theory and algorithms

SLO 2     Professional Behavior   
Ability to effectively and professionally communicate industrial engineering concepts and information in lecture format

SLO 3     Skills     
Ability to assimilate foundational material, describe important research contributions, and independently plan future research activities that advance the state-of-the-art in the student's field of expertise

SLO 4     Knowledge        
Contribution of significant new research to the student's field of expertise, either in theoretical foundations or practical applications

Industrial & Systems Engineering (Me & MS)       

SLO 1     Knowledge        
Proficiency in the core methodological areas of operations research and industrial engineering, including mathematical modeling and analysis of business problems

SLO 2     Skills     
Ability to apply methodology in the customized development of solutions for business problems, and the use of information technologies for solution delivery

SLO 3     Professional Behavior   
Ability to effectively and professionally communicate industrial engineering concepts and information in written and oral forms