University Bulletin

Graduate Degree Programs

I E 402
**Advanced Engineering Economy** (3) Concepts and techniques of analyses useful in evaluating engineering projects under deterministic and uncertain conditions.

Effective: Summer 1995

Prerequisite:
I E 302, I E 322, I E 405

I E 405
**Deterministic Models in Operations Research** (3) Deterministic models in operation research including linear programming, flows in networks, project management, transportation and assignment models and integer programming.

Effective: Spring 2014

Prerequisite:
MATH 220

I E 408
**Cognitive Work Design ** (3) Design and evaluation of cognitive work, including the human/computer interface, visual displays, software design, and automated system monitoring, with emphasis on human performance.

Effective: Spring 2006

Prerequisite:
I E 327

I E 418
**Human/Computer Interface Design ** (3) Design and evaluation of the human/computer interface, including human performance, visual displays, software design, and automated system monitoring.

Effective: Spring 2014

Prerequisite:
I E 327 andCMPSC 200, CMPSC 201 orCMPSC 202

I E 419
**Work Design - Productivity and Safety ** (3) Methods improvement, physical work design, productivity, work measurement; principles and practice of safety.

Effective: Spring 2006

Prerequisite:
I E 327

I E 424
**Process Quality Engineering** (3) Statistical methods for engineering process characterization and improvement. For non-Industrial Engineering majors.

Effective: Spring 2016

Prerequisite:
MATH 141 and prerequisite or concurrent:MATH 220 orB E 301
Concurrent:
MATH 220
or
B E 301

I E 425
**Stochastic Models in Operations Research ** (3) Stochastic models in operations research with real world applications including dynamic programming, Markov chains, queueing models and inventory models.

Effective: Spring 2014

Prerequisite:
MATH 220 andI E 322
Concurrent:
I E 405

I E 428
**Metal Casting** (3) Application of engineering principles to the design of castings; casting of ferrous and nonferrous alloys; laboratory and simulation projects.

Effective: Summer 1995

Prerequisite:
I E 311, I E 312 orMETAL 408W

I E 433
**Regression Analysis and Design of Experiments ** (3) Theory and Application of Regression Analysis and Design of Experiments to build models and optimize process and product parameters.

Effective: Summer 2005

Prerequisite:
I E 323

I E 434
**Statistical Quality Control ** (3) Statistical techniques for univariate and multivariate monitoring of independent and autocorrelated processes; foundations of quality control and improvement.

Effective: Summer 2007

Prerequisite:
I E 323

I E 436
**Six Sigma Methodology ** (3) Techniques for structured problem-solving to improve the quality and cost of products and processes.

Effective: Spring 2010

Prerequisite:
I E 323

I E 453
**Simulation Modeling for Decision Support ** (3) Introduction of concepts of simulation modeling and analysis, with application to manufacturing and production systems.

Effective: Fall 2009

Prerequisite:
CMPSC 200, CMPSC 201 orCMPSC 202 andI E 323 andI E 425

I E 454
**Applied Decision Analysis** (3) Theory and practice of decision analysis applied to engineering problems.

Effective: Fall 1992

Prerequisite:
I E 322

I E 456
(M E 456)
**Industrial Robot Applications** (3) Introduction to robotics, with emphasis on robot selection, programming, and economic justification for manufacturing applications.

Effective: Spring 2011

Prerequisite:
MATH 220;MATH 250 orMATH 251;I E 305 orM E 360;CMPSC 200 orCMPSC 201

I E 460
**Service Systems Engineering ** (3) Use of quantitative models and methods for analysis, design and control of service systems.

Effective: Spring 2011

Prerequisite:
I E 322 andI E 405

I E 462
**Introduction to Expert Systems** (3) Building expert systems in general; emphasis on knowledge representation and inference mechanisms in the manufacturing domain.

Effective: Fall 2009

Prerequisite:
CMPSC 200, CMPSC 201 orCMPSC 202 andI E 323

I E 463
**Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing** (3) Three dimensional modeling and manufacture of parts and assemblies using Computer Aided Design and manufacturing software, and numerically controlled machines.

Effective: Fall 2013

Prerequisite:
I E 305

I E 464
**Assembly of Printed Circuit Boards** (3) Manufacturing processes and principles for assembly of printed circuit boards with surface mount and through-hole technology.

Effective: Spring 2008

Prerequisite:
PHYS 212, I E 305

I E 466
**Concurrent Engineering** (3) Concurrent engineering methods for product/process development, capturing customer requirements, insuring manufacturability and serviceability.

Effective: Summer 1996

Prerequisite:
MATH 141, MATH 220

I E 467
**Facility Layout and Location ** (3) Analytical and computational methods for facility layout designs, material handling systems and equipment, and location.

Effective: Fall 2016

Prerequisite:
I E 322, I E 405

I E 468
**Optimization Modeling and Methods ** (3) Mathematical modeling of linear, integer, and nonlinear programming problems and computational methods for solving these classes of problems.

Effective: Fall 2001

Prerequisite:
I E 405, MATH 231

I E 469
**Global Industrial Engineering Experience ** (1) Students will learn how to prepare for a short term, professional exchange in a foreign nation. Students will then travel to a designated university within a foreign nation for the purpose of a five day cultural and professional exchange.

Effective: Summer 2009

Prerequisite:
5th semester standing or higher

I E 470
**Manufacturing System Design and Analysis ** (3) Contemporary design and analysis methodologies used to organize systems for economic manufacture of products.

Effective: Fall 2013

Prerequisite:
Prerequisite or concurrent: with manufacturing process elective

I E 477
**Computer Control of Manufacturing Machines and Processes ** (3) Elements of computer control and discrete-time modeling. Design and analysis of digital controls for manufacturing machines and processes.

Effective: Fall 2009

Prerequisite:
MATH 141, CMPSC 200, CMPSC 201 orCMPSC 202 andI E 305

I E 478
**Retail Services Engineering ** (3) Introduction to retail services operations, process models, and application of information technologies to enhance productivity and profitability.

Effective: Spring 2010

Prerequisite:
I E 330

I E 479
(EDSGN 479)
**Human Centered Product Design and Innovation ** (3) Consumer product design for a global market, incorporating human factors principles and user desires in a multicultural perspective.

Effective: Summer 2010

Prerequisite:
I E 408 orI E 419 or equivalent

I E 480W
**Capstone Design Project ** (3) Industry-based senior capstone design project emphasizing manufacturing systems, service systems, and information systems in an interdisciplinary setting.

Effective: Fall 2016

Prerequisite:
I E 302, I E 305, I E 323, I E 327, I E 405
Concurrent:
I E 330

I E 494H
**Senior Honors Thesis** (1-9) Students must have approval of a thesis adviser before scheduling this course.

Effective: Spring 2000

I E 496
**Independent Studies** (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, which are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.

Effective: Fall 1992

I E 497
**Special Topics** (1-9) Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject which may be topical or of special interest.

Effective: Fall 1992

I E 499
(IL)
**Foreign Studies--Industrial Engineering ** (1-12) Courses offered in foreign countries by individual or group instruction.

Effective: Summer 2005

I E 505
**Linear Programming** (3) An accelerated treatment of the main theorems of linear programming and duality structures plus introduction to numerical and computational aspects of solving large-scale problems.

Effective: Fall 1992

Prerequisite:
I E 405

I E 507
**Operations Research: Scheduling Models** (3) Scheduling models with simultaneous job arrival and probabilistic job arrival, network scheduling, and scheduling simulation techniques.

Effective: Fall 1992

Prerequisite:
I E 425

I E 509
**Operations Research: Waiting Line Models** (3) Waiting line models including models with infinite queues, finite queues, single and multiple servers under various priorities and disciplines.

Effective: Spring 1994

Prerequisite:
I E 516

I E 510
**Integer Programming** (3) Study of advanced topics in mathematical programming; emphasis on large-scale systems involving integer variables.

Effective: Spring 1994

Prerequisite:
I E 405

I E 511
**Experimental Design in Engineering** (3) Statistical design and analysis of experiments in engineering; experimental models and experimental designs using the analysis of variance.

Effective: Fall 1992

Prerequisite:
I E 323

I E 512
**Graph Theory and Networks in Management** (3) Graph and network theory; application to problems of flows in networks, transportation and assignment problems, pert/CPM, facilities planning.

Effective: Spring 1994

Prerequisite:
I E 405

I E 516
(SC&IS 516)
**Applied Stochastic Processes ** (3) Study of stochastic processes and their applications to engineering and supply chain and information systems.

Effective: Spring 2006

Prerequisite:
I E 322 orSTAT 318

I E 519
(SC&IS 519)
**Dynamic Programming ** (3) Theory and application of dynamic programming; Markov decision processes with emphasis on applications in engineering systems, supply chain and information systems.

Effective: Spring 2006

Prerequisite:
I E 516 orSC&IS 516 or equivalent

I E 520
**Multiple Criteria Optimization** (3) Study of concepts and methods in analysis of systems involving multiple objectives with applications to engineering, economic, and environmental systems.

Effective: Spring 2008

Prerequisite:
I E 405 orINS 427

I E 521
**Nonlinear Programming** (3) Fundamental theory of optimization including classical optimization, convex analysis, optimality conditions and duality, algorithmic solution strategies, variational methods in optimization.

Effective: Spring 1994

Prerequisite:
I E 505

I E 522
**Discrete Event Systems Simulation ** (3) Fundamentals of discrete event simulation, including event scheduling, time advance mechanisms, random variate generation, and output analysis.

Effective: Spring 2002

Prerequisite:
I E 425

I E 525
**Convex Optimization ** (3) Recognizing and solving convex optimization problems that arise in real life applications.

Effective: Fall 2016

Prerequisite:
I E 505

I E 528
**Metal Cutting Theory** (3) Study of the theory of metal cutting, contemporary and future problems of metal removal processes; critical analysis of current literature.

Effective: Summer 2011

I E 530
**Financial Engineering ** (3) Financial option pricing and portfolio design relevant to investment decision making.

Effective: Fall 2010

Prerequisite:
I E 516

I E 532
**Reliability Engineering** (3) Mathematical definition of concepts in reliability engineering; methods of system reliability calculation; reliability modeling, estimation, and acceptance testing procedures.

Effective: Fall 1992

Prerequisite:
I E 323 or 3 credits in probability and statistics with a prerequisite of calculus

I E 533
**Workforce Engineering ** (3) Methods and applications for selecting, assigning, scheduling, and planning for workforce operations in the manufacturing and service industries.

Effective: Summer 2015

Prerequisite:
I E 405 andI E 425

I E 540
**Manufacturing Systems Simulation** (3) Use of simulation in design and process improvement of manufacturing systems. Analysis of simulation language structure. Readings in current literature.

Effective: Spring 1998

Prerequisite:
I E 453

I E 546
(M E 546)
**Designing Product Families ** (3) Product families, product platforms, mass customization, product variety, modularity, commonality, robust design, product architectures.

Effective: Summer 2013

Prerequisite:
M E 414 orM E 415 orI E 466

I E 547
(EDSGN 547, M E 547)
**Designing for Human Variability** (3) Statistics, optimization, and robust design methodologies to design products and environments that are robust to variability in users.

Effective: Summer 2009

I E 548
(EDSGN 548)
**Interaction Design ** (3) Strategies in user-centered design, ergonomic product analysis, statistical data analysis, low and high fidelity prototyping, and innovative design techniques.

Effective: Fall 2016

Prerequisite:
EDSGN 547 orI E 479 orIST 501 or equivalent

I E 549
(EDSGN 549)
**Design Decision Making ** (3) Complexity of design decision-making; state-of-the-art methods and tools.

Effective: Summer 2011

I E 550
**Manufacturing Systems** (3) Fundamental theory for analyzing manufacturing systems including structural analysis, optimization and economics of manufacturing systems, automated and computer-aided manufacturing.

Effective: Summer 2013

I E 551
**Computer Control of Manufacturing Systems** (3) Analysis of microprocessor-controlled servo loops, adaptive control, stochastic methods in control; analysis of NC machines, robots, and their controllers.

Effective: Summer 2011

I E 552
(BIOE 552)
**Mechanics of the Musculoskeletal System ** (3) Structure and biomechanics of bone, cartilage, and skeletal muscle; dynamics and control of musculoskeletal system models.

Effective: Summer 1998

Prerequisite:
Consent of program. Prerequisite or concurrent:BIOL 472

I E 553
(BIOE 553)
**Engineering of Human Work** (3) Physics and physiology of humans at work; models of muscle strength, dynamic movements; neural control; physical work capacity; rest allocation.

Effective: Fall 1992

Prerequisite:
BIOL 141 orBIOL 472

I E 555
**Statistical Process Monitoring and Analysis ** (3) Statistical techniques for univariate and multivariate monitoring of dependent and autocorrelated processes; theoretical and numberical approaches for analyzing performance.

Effective: Spring 2008

I E 556
(M E 556)
**Robotic Concepts** (3) Analysis of robotic systems; end effectors, vision systems, sensors, stability and control, off-line programming, simulation of robotic systems.

Effective: Fall 1992

Prerequisite:
I E 456 orM E 456

I E 557
**Human-in-the-Loop Simulation ** (3) Design and programming of simulations that facilitate human control, real-time discrete-event simulation, supervisory control of dynamic system.

Effective: Spring 2009

Prerequisite:
I E 418 andI E 453

I E 558
**Engineering of Cognitive Work** (3) Information processing and decision making models of the human in the modern workplace, emphasizing visual inspection and other industrial applications.

Effective: Fall 1992

Prerequisite:
I E 323 andI E 408

I E 560
**Manufacturing Processes and Materials** (3) Materials processing and manufacturing methods for engineering materials; manufacturing process modeling and control; manufacturability of engineering materials.

Effective: Summer 2015

Prerequisite:
E SC 414M, MATSC 424 orI E 470

I E 561
(EDSGN 561, CSE 561, IST 561)
**Data Mining Driven Design ** (3) The study and application of data mining/machine learning (DM/ML) techniques in multidisciplinary design.

Effective: Summer 2014

I E 562
**Computational Foundations of Smart Systems** (3) Intelligent computational techniques for the design and implementation of smart systems.

Effective: Fall 2016

I E 563
**Computer-Aided Design for Manufacturing** (3) Study of CAD systems and concepts including 3D wireframe and solid modeling systems, emphasizing manufacturing applications.

Effective: Fall 1992

Prerequisite:
I E 463

I E 566
**Quality Control** (3) Advanced quality assurance and control topics, including multivariate methods, economic design for control and acceptance, dimensioning, tolerancing, and error analysis.

Effective: Summer 2013

I E 567
**Distributed Systems and Control ** (3) Advances in distributed control and decision-making in enterprises and supply chains with emphasis on computing, algorithms, and dynamics.

Effective: Spring 2006

I E 568
**Healthcare Systems Engineering ** (3) Quantitative methods to analyze and improve healthcare systems.

Effective: Fall 2015

Prerequisite:
I E 405, I E 425 andI E 433

I E 570
(SC&IS 570)
**Supply Chain Engineering ** (3) Use of operations research models and methods for solving problems in supply chain systems.

Effective: Spring 2014

Prerequisite:
I E 405, I E 425 orSC&IS 510

I E 571
**Product Design, Manufacturing Specifications, and Measurements** (3) Elements of Product Design, Manufacturing Specifications, and Measurements with applications in the design, manufacture, and metrology of discrete parts.

Effective: Fall 2016

I E 572
**Discrete Part Metrology ** (3) Theoretical considerations and practical applications in the design, acquisition, and interpretations of measurements in discrete part metrology and quality control.

Effective: Fall 2016

I E 575
**Foundations of Predictive Analytics** (3) Survey course on the key topics in predictive analytics.

Effective: Summer 2015

Prerequisite:
I E 323, STAT 500 or equivalent

I E 582
**Engineering Analytics ** (3) Students will learn advanced information technology, network science, big data, descriptive and predictive analytics, for manufacturing and service systems.

Effective: Fall 2016

I E 583
**Response Surface Methodology and Process Optimization ** (3) Response Surface Methodologies used for sequential experimentation and optimization of production processes. Statistical design and analysis of such experiments.

Effective: Spring 2002

Prerequisite:
I E 511 orSTAT 501

I E 584
**Time Series Control and Process Adjustment ** (3) Design of Time Series-based process controllers for Quality Engineering. Study of the effect of autocorrelation on control chart performance.

Effective: Summer 2013

I E 588
**Nonlinear Networks ** (3) Foundation in congestion games, including elements of non-cooperative game theory, equilibrium network flows, Braess paradox, and the price of anarchy.

Effective: Fall 2013

Prerequisite:
I E 505

I E 589
**Dynamic Optimization and Differential Games ** (3) Dynamic optimization and dynamic non-cooperative games emphasizing industrial applications.

Effective: Fall 2007

Prerequisite:
I E 425 andI E 505
Concurrent:
I E 521

I E 590
**I E Colloquium** (1-3) Continuing seminars that consist of a series of individual lectures by faculty, students, or outside speakers.

Effective: Spring 1993

Prerequisite:
graduate standing in Industrial Engineering

I E 594A
**Technical Paper Presentation** (1) Preparation of a paper in a technical journal format based upon the student's course work project.

Effective: Spring 2000

Prerequisite:
I E 511, I E 550

I E 596
**Individual Studies** (1-9) Creative projects, including nonthesis research, which are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.

Effective: Fall 1992

I E 597
**Special Topics** (1-9) Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject which may be topical or of special interest.

Effective: Fall 1992

I E 598
**Special Topics** (1-9) Formal courses given on a topical or special interest subject which may be offered infrequently.

Effective: Spring 2016

I E 600
**Thesis Research** (1-15) No description.

Effective: Fall 1992

I E 601
**Ph.D. Dissertation Full-Time** (0) No description.

Effective: Fall 1992

I E 610
**Thesis Research Off Campus** (1-15) No description.

Effective: Fall 1992

I E 611
**Ph.D. Dissertation Part-Time** (0) No description.

Effective: Fall 1992

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