BSIE in Industrial Engineering
Degree Program Description
The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering has a core engineering curriculum during the first two years. The objective of this curriculum is to give the student a rigorous foundation in mathematics, natural sciences, basic engineering sciences, applied probability, and computer science, as well as a complementary and meaningful exposure to the humanities and social sciences.
Building on the core courses, students gain knowledge of optimization methodologies, human factors, data analytics and systems modeling. They also learn to model and evaluate integrated systems of people, technology and information in the areas of production and service system design, supply chain design and management, control systems, quality systems, sustainability, data engineering, product and process design.
Students also have the opportunity to obtain Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification and/or an interdisciplinary Global Supply Chain Management certificate while completing the program requirements.
Major Program Requirements
Students earning a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering are required to complete all University general education, University undergraduate requirements, degree, and major requirements, including selected foundational courses, which may fulfill some University general education requirements. Students are also required to complete one 3-hour cultural awareness course which is selected from an approved cultural awareness course list, created and maintained by the College of Engineering or which meets the Arts and Science (A&S) diversity intensive (DI) requirement. Currently ECONOM 1014, which is required for the BSIE, meets this requirement. The curriculum is designed so that over half of the course work for the degree is completed in ENGR/IMSE or professionally related courses.
Major Core Requirements
|MATH 1500||Analytic Geometry and Calculus I||5|
|MATH 1700||Calculus II||5|
|MATH 2300||Calculus III||3|
|MATH 4100||Differential Equations||3|
|CHEM 1320||College Chemistry I||4|
|PHYSCS 2750||University Physics I||5|
|PHYSCS 2760||University Physics II||5|
|INFOTC 4401||Python 1: Learn to Program in Python||3|
|MAE 1100||Introduction to Computer Aided Design||3|
|ENGINR 1200||Statics and Elementary Strength of Materials||3|
|ENGINR 2200||Intermediate Strength of Materials||3|
|ECONOM 1014||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|or ECONOM 1014H||Principles of Microeconomics-Honors|
|IMSE 1000||Introduction to Industrial Engineering||1|
|or ENGINR 1000||Introduction to Engineering|
|ENGINR 1050||Foundations of Engineering||2|
|IMSE 2030||Fundamentals of Systems Design and Analysis||3|
|IMSE 2210||Linear Algebra for Engineers||3|
|IMSE 2710||Engineering Economic Decision-Making||3|
|IMSE 3110||Probability Models for Engineers||3|
|IMSE 3810W||Ergonomics and Workstation Design - Writing Intensive||3|
|IMSE 4110||Engineering Statistics||3|
|IMSE 4210||Linear Optimization||3|
|IMSE 4230||Operations Research Models||3|
|IMSE 4280||Systems Simulation||3|
|IMSE 4310||Integrated Production Systems Design||3|
|IMSE 4350||Production and Operations Analysis||3|
|IMSE 4410||Data Engineering and Predictive Modeling||3|
|IMSE 4500||Introduction to Manufacturing Processes||3|
|IMSE 4510||CAD/CAM Laboratory||1|
|IMSE 4610||Quality Engineering and Analytics||3|
|IMSE 4970W||Capstone Design I - Writing Intensive||1|
|IMSE 4980W||Capstone Design II - Writing Intensive||3|
|Choose nine credit hours from the following:|
|IMSE 3030||Manufacturing and Supply Systems||3|
|IMSE 4001||Topics in Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering||3|
|IMSE 4085||Problems in Industrial Engineering||1-3|
|IMSE 4220||Optimization Modeling and Computational Methods||3|
|IMSE 4330||Material Flow and Logistics System Design||3|
|IMSE 4360||Supply Chain Engineering||3|
|IMSE 4370||Service Systems Engineering and Management||3|
|IMSE 4380||Six Sigma Methodology||3|
|IMSE 4420||Web-Based Information Systems||3|
|IMSE 4560||Introduction to Rapid Prototyping||3|
|IMSE 4570||Computer Integrated Manufacturing Control||3|
|IMSE 4580||Industrial Energy Efficiency and Management||3|
|IMSE 4720||Introduction to Life Cycle Analysis||3|
|IMSE 4750||Entrepreneurial Innovation Management: Enterprise Conception||3|
|IMSE 4810||Cognitive Ergonomics||3|
|IMSE 4910||Industrial Engineering Internship||3|
|IMSE 4920||Industrial Engineering COOP||3|
|IMSE 4990||Undergraduate Research in Industrial Engineering||1-3|
|IMSE 4995||Undergraduate Research Industrial Engineering - Honors||1-3|
|Choose three credit hours from the following:|
|ENGINR 2100||Circuit Theory for Engineers||3|
|ENGINR 2300||Engineering Thermodynamics||3|
Accelerated BSIE to MS in Industrial Engineering
The accelerated option will allow students to earn a bachelors and masters degree within five years. Eligible students who have completed at least 90 credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. The academic requirements of the accelerated MS program will require a total of 30 graduate credit hours, to graduate. Accepted undergraduate students can take up to 15 hours of graduate level courses that will count toward both the undergraduate and the graduate degrees. Once the student has completed 126 credit hours (includes up to 15 credit hours of dual enrollment), the corresponding bachelor’s degree will be conferred and they will become graduate students in our MS program to complete the remaining 15 hours of graduate credit. A minimum of 12 credit hours must be from courses at the 8000 level or above and of those classes 9 credit hours must be IMSE courses. The student's graduate course GPA must be 3.0 or greater.
Total credits required for graduation must be at least 144 total credit hours:
- Total undergraduate credit hours: 126
- Total dual enrollment credit hours: 15
- Total graduate credit hours: 30
|First Year (as Provisional Graduate Student)||15|
|IMSE 8110||Design and Analysis of Engineering Experiments||3|
|IMSE 8087||Industrial Engineering Graduate Seminar||0|
|IMSE 7000 or 8000-level elective||12|
|Second Year (as Graduate Student)||15|
|IMSE 8990||Research-Masters Thesis in Industrial Engineering||6|
|or IMSE 8085||Problems in Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering|
|IMSE 8000-level or higher elective||6|
All candidates for the MS degree are required to complete an independent research effort, submit a thesis or project report and defend it in a final oral examination.
Below is a sample plan of study, semester by semester. A student's actual plan may vary based on course choices where options are available.
|MATH 1500||5||MATH 1700||5|
|CHEM 1320||4||PHYSCS 2750||5|
|ECONOM 1014||3||ENGLSH 1000||3|
|Constitutional Requirement (Social Science Elective)||3||ENGINR 1050||2|
|IMSE 1000 or ENGINR 1000||1|
|MATH 2300||3||MATH 4100||3|
|PHYSCS 2760||5||ENGINR 1200||3|
|MAE 1100||3||IMSE 2210||3|
|IMSE 2030||3||IMSE 2710||3|
|IMSE 3110||3||IMSE 4110||3|
|INFOTC 4401||3||ENGINR 2200||3|
|IMSE 3810||3||IMSE 4310||3|
|IMSE 4210||3||IMSE 4350||3|
|IMSE 4230||3||IMSE 4500||3|
|IMSE 4280||3||IMSE 4510||1|
|IMSE 4410||3||IMSE 4980||3|
|IMSE 4970||1||IMSE Elective||3|
|ENGR Elective||3||IMSE Elective||3|
|IMSE Elective||3||Humanities/Social Science Elective||3|
|Humanities/Social Science Elective||3||Humanities/Social Science Elective||3|
|Humanities/Social Science Elective||3|
|Total Credits: 125|
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