IE Courses in Specialization Areas

Course

Title

Semester Offering

Reliability & Production Systems.

Human Factors

Operations Research

IE:3300

Manufacturing Systems

Spring

X

 

 

56:132

Introduction to Industrial Robotics

TBD

X

 

 

IE:3350

Process Engineering

Fall

X

 

 

IE:3138

Biomanufacturing

Fall

X

 

 

IE:3400

Human Factors

Fall

 

F

 

IE:3450

Ergonomics

Spring

 

X

 

IE:3500

Information Systems Design

Spring

X

 

 

56:153

Engineering Administration I

Fall

 

X

 

IE:3600

Quality Control

Spring

X

 

 

IE:3610

Stochastic Modeling

Spring

 

 

X

IE:3700

Operations Research

Fall

 

 

F

IE:3760

Applied Linear Regression

Fall

 

 

X

IE:3750

Digital Systems Simulation

Spring

F

 

 

56:181

Internet Systems Design

TBD

X

 

 

IE:5860

Health Informatics I

Fall

X

 

 

 

6000-level courses (Instructor)

 

 

 

 

IE:6211

Human Factors in Healthcare Systems     X  

IE:6300

Innovation Science and Studies (Kusiak)

Spring

X

 

 

IE:6232

Advanced Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing

Fall

X

 

 

IE:6350

Computational Intelligence (Kusiak)

Spring

X

 

 

IE:6360

Decision Making in Supply Chain Management Engineering

Fall

X

 

 

IE:6370

Operational Issues in Supply Chain Management Engineering

Fall

X

 

 

IE:6420

Human Computer Interaction (Thomas)

Spring

 

X

 

IE:6440

Airborne Design of Experiments (Schnell)

Fall

 

X

 

IE:6450

Human Factors in Aviation (Schnell)

Fall

 

X

 

IE:6460

The Design of Virtual Environments (Thomas)

Spring

 

X

 

IE:6610

Reliability Theory and Applications (Chen)

Spring

X

 

 

IE:6600

Linear Programming (same as MSCI:6600; Business School)

Fall

 

 

X

IE:6720

Nonlinear Programming (Chen)

Spring

 

 

X

IE:6730

Integer Programming and Network Flows
same as (06K:287: Discrete Optimization; Business School)

Spring

 

 

X

IE:6760

Statistical Learning and Pattern Recognition (Chen)

Fall

X

 

X

IE:6750

Stochastic Optimization

Fall

 

 

X

IE:6770

Game theory

Fall

 

 

X

IE:6780

Financial Engineering and Optimization

Fall

 

 

X

F-Fundamental courses- these courses or their equivalent are required for all PhD and MS students. This requirement will typically be satisfied by an undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering. The plan of study of each student will be reviewed at the beginning of each semester to assess whether course requirements are being fulfilled. One course in each of the three focus areas for MS and two courses in each for PhD, with an additional two courses in the students focus area.