100: Introduction to Industrial Engineering. 3-0-1. Survey of topics to introduce the student to the profession, the department and the curriculum.
101: Computers in Engineering. 0-3-3. Functional characteristics of computers and the Internet; overview of programming languages and systems; C++; HTML and JAVA applications; analysis and solution of engineering problems.
201: Industrial and Systems Engineering. 0-3-3. Preq., sophomore standing. An overview of the application of engineering analysis and design principles to industrial and human activity systems.
300: Engineering Economics. 0-2-2. Economic analysis of engineering design alternatives; present, annual, and future worth; internal rate of return and benefit/cost analysis; depreciation and tax consequences; equipment replacement.
301: Industrial Cost Analysis. 0-2-2. Accounting, budgeting, and control of manufacturing costs.
400: Engineering Statistics. 0-3-3. Preq., MATH 231. Application of probability and distribution theory to various branches of engineering. Confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, regression analysis.
401: Engineering Statistics. 0-3-3. Preq., INEN 400. Analysis of variances, quality control, reliability, and life testing.
402: Introduction to Operations Research. 0-3-3. Coreq. INEN 400. Linear programming, dynamic programming, project scheduling, network flow, inventory control.
404: Operations Research. 0-3-3. Preq., INEN 400, 402. Industrial engineering applications of queuing theory, critical path methods, project evaluation review technique (PERT), and computer simulation of large systems.
405: Industrial Scheduling. 0-3-3. Techniques for scheduling machines, jobs, personnel, and material in industrial environment.
406: Computer Applications in Production Systems. 0-3-3. Preq., INEN 402. The planning, analysis, and control of production systems. Emphasis is upon high volume discrete production and flexible manufacturing systems.
407: Simulation. 0-3-3. Preq., INEN 400, 404. Discrete simulation methodology, emphasizing statistical basis for simulation modeling and modeling experimentation. Use of the SIMAN modeling language to illustrate model architecture, inference, and optimization.
408: Facilities Planning. 0-3-3. Preq., MEEN 221. Detail planning for plant location, buildings, services, materials handling and transportation.
409: Production Engineering. 3-2-3. Preq., MEEN 221 or consent of the instructor. Methods engineering, work measurement, and production standards.
410: Manufacturing Systems Management. 0-3-3. Preq., INEN 400, 402 and current enrollment in INEN 408. Operations planning and productivity enhancement techniques for efficient management of manufacturing systems. This course will emphasize capacity planning, materials management, inventory control and warehousing.
411: Industrial Engineering Design I. 0-2-2. Preq., INEN 405, 407, 408, 409, 410. Open-ended design problem using industrial engineering skills including work measurement, human factors, quality control, facilities planning, plant layout, operations research, etc.
412: Industrial Engineering Design II. 0-2-2. Preq., INEN 411. Continuation of INEN 411.
413: Industrial Robotics and Automated Manufacturing. 3-2-3. Preq., MEEN 221. Background, structure, drive systems, effectors and the applications of robots in industrial systems.
424: Seminar. 0-1-1. Preq., senior standing. Instruction and practice in conference-type discussions of technical and professional matters of interest to industrial engineers.
425: Industrial Safety. 0-3-3. Preq., junior standing. Principles of domestic and industrial safety.
450: Special Problems. 1-3 hours credit. Preq., Senior standing and consent of instructor. Selected topics of current interest in Industrial Engineering not covered in other courses.
490: Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. 3-2-3. Preq., permission of instructor. Introduction to artificial intelligence, expert systems and their applications in industrial, mechanical and manufacturing engineering systems. (G)
499: Technical Enrichment Course. 3-0-1. Preq., consent of instructor. Pass/Fail. Varying new technologies. Does not count towards graduation in Industrial Engineering Contact the department for more information.
502: Operations Research. 0-3-3. Preq., Graduate standing. Applications of linear programming to industrial systems, such as production and inventory control. Sensitivity analysis. Transportation and transshipment algorithms. Parametric linear programming. Convex and integer programming.
504: Systems Simulation. 0-3-3. Preq., INEN 400, or equivalent. The use of digital computer programs to simulate the operating characteristics of complex systems. Statistical considerations in sampling from a simulated process.
506: Dynamic Programming. 0-3-3. Preq., Graduate standing. The principles of optimality. One- and two-dimensional processes Markovian decision processes. Lagrange multiplier technique.
507: Engineering Administration. 0-3-3. Preq., graduate standing or consent of instructor. Organization of the engineering function. Measurement and evaluation of engineering activities. Project management and control. Development of engineering managers.
508: Human Factors in Engineering Systems. 0-3-3. Preq., graduate standing or consent of instructor. Testing and instrumentation of human response to environmental conditions. Designing equipment, work place and work environment for economy and effectiveness of human work systems.
509: Advanced Engineering Economy. 0-3-3. Preq., INEN 402 or equivalent, ENGR 401. Effect of income tax on decision making. Retirement and replacement analysis. Capital management. Elements of economic measurement, analysis and forecasting in the face of uncertainty.
510: Advanced Work Measurement. 0-3-3. Preq., INEN 409, or consent of instructor. Advanced methods improvement and work measurement techniques. Design of complex work systems. Work sampling, construction of standard data and mathematical models of work systems.
512: Reliability Engineering. 0-3-3. Preq., INEN 400. Application of statistical theory in engineering design. Testing methods for determining reliability. Design of components and assemblies for reliability.
513: Inventory Control. 0-3-3. Preq., INEN 400 or equivalent. Analytical methods of determining reorder size and minimum points of various inventory system. Mathematical models with restrictions and quantity discount. Forecasting techniques and production smoothing.
514: Industrial Statistics. 0-3-3. Preq., INEN 400 or equivalent. Application of statistical techniques to industrial problems, relationships between experimental measurements using regression, correlation theories and analysis of variance models.
516: Production Planning and Sequencing. 0-3-3. Advanced methods in production planning. Sequencing criteria and algorithms. Job shop and flow shop sequencing. Computer application and simulation.
521: Methods of Optimization. 0-3-3. Preq., Graduate standing and FORTRAN IV. District elimination methods of sequential search, even-block search, Fibonacci search and golden section and odd-block search. Pattern search, gradient method and geometric programming.
530: Advanced Topics in Manufacturing Automation and Robotics. 3-2-3. Preq., INEN 413 or instructor's consent. Advanced issues in the strategic approach to product design and manufacturing systems design. Integration of islands of automation. Product design for automation.
550: Special Problems. 1-4 hour(s) credit. Advanced problems in industrial engineering.
551: Research and Thesis in Industrial Engineering. Registration in any quarter may be for three semester hours credit or multiples thereof. Maximum credit allowed is six semester hours.
555: Practicum. 0-3-3 (6). Preq., 12 semester hours of graduate work. Analytical and/or experimental solution of an engineering problem; technical literature survey required; development of engineering research literature.