The most generally preferred courses in the early semesters (ISE dept

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General Requirements The Master of Science (M.S.) degree in the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial Engineering requires a minimum of 30 credit hours in total, with at least 24 credit hours of coursework and at least 3 credit hours for the thesis research (ISE 695).

Breadth Requirement (12 hours)
This requirement is met by selecting: One course from three of the following groups (9 credit hours): Group A - Economic Analysis and Decision Making Group B - Human Factors and Ergonomics Group C - Manufacturing Systems Group D - Production Systems Group E - Systems Analysis and Optimization One course from group F 3 credit hours (Computer Science, Mathematics, and Statistics)

Group A ISE 711 Capital Investment Economic Analysis UNITS: 3
Offered in Fall Only Prerequisites: ISE 311 and ST 371 Analysis of economic merits of alternatives including interest and income tax considerations. Risk and sensitivity exploration techniques. Introduction to analytical techniques for multiple objectives or criteria. Use of mathematical programming and computers for capital budgeting.

Group C ISE 716 Automated Systems Engineering UNITS: 3
Offered in Spring Only General principles of operation and programming of automated systems. Automated assembly, automated manufacturing, and inspection systems. Control of automated manufacturing. Industrial logic systems and programmable logic controllers. Computer numerical control, industrial robotics, and computer integrated manufacturing.

Group D ISE 723 Production Planning, Scheduling and Inventory Control UNITS: 3
Offered in Fall and Spring Prerequisite: OR 501 and ST 511 An analysis of Production-Inventory systems. Discussion of commonly used planning and scheduling techniques. Introduction to use of math modelling for solution of planning and scheduling problems. Interface with quality control and information systems.

Group D ISE 754 Logistics Engineering UNITS: 3
Offered in Spring Only Prerequisite: ISE 453

economic ordering under deterministic and stochastic demand. mixed-mode transportation system design. Group E ISE 505 Linear Programming UNITS: 3 Offered in fall and spring Prerequisite: MA 405 Introduction including: applications to economics and engineering. sub gradients and sensitivity analysis. constraints. elements of stochastic processes. transient and steady-state properties of Markov processes in discrete and continuous time. nonlinear and dynamic programming theory. approximation. parametric programming and post-optimality analysis. limit theorems.D. heuristic programming. Examples. optimization. basic vehicle routing problem and extensions. Group E ISE 760 Applied Stochastic Models in Industrial Engineering UNITS: 3 Offered in Fall Only Prerequisite: MA 303. Operations Research Applications and Algorithms" Group E OR 504 Introduction to Mathematical Programming UNITS: 3 Offered in Spring Only Prerequisite: MA 242. Theory of games for two person competitive situations. concepts of stochastic convergence. objective and criterion. Vehicle routing: exact. equilibrium prices. OR Methodology: mathematical programming. level. travelling salesman problem. Multi-echelon production and inventory systems. homogeneous. backhauling. linear systems solvability theory and linear systems duality theory. optimum seeking. including their convexity and separation properties and dual representations. sourcing decision systems. model validation and systems design. univariate. MA 405 Basic concepts of linear. moment generating functions.Elements of logistics networks. linear and quadratic cost functions. Lagrange multipliers. basic renewal theory. gaming. geocoding. polyhedral sets and cones. Waiting line problems: single and multiple servers with Poisson input and output. the simplex and interior point methods. unconditional and conditional expectations. Group E OR 501 Introduction to Operations Research UNITS: 3 Offered in Fall and Spring Prerequisite: MA 421 or ST 421 or ST 371 and ST 372 OR Approach: modelling. great-circle distances. duality matrix games. Supply chain design: facility location and allocation. non homogeneous and compound Poisson processes. ST 371 Formulation and analysis of stochastic models with particular emphasis on applications in industrial engineering. Problems of multiple criteria. Not for majors in OR at Ph. OR Applications: theory of inventory. simulation. "Wayne Winston. multivariate and conditional probability distributions. and heuristic procedures. Project management through PERT-CPM. Group E OR 772 Stochastic Simulation Design and Analysis UNITS: 3 Offered in Spring Only . Production smoothing problem.

real-time.OR) 762 and ST 516 Advanced topics in stochastic system simulation. Students will engage in a supply chain simulation that provides insights into .Prerequisite: (CSC. validation. contracting. and supply market analysis in a globally integrated supply chain.ECE. ISE 589 Special Topics In Industrial Engineering UNITS: 3 Special developments in some phase of industrial engineering using traditional course format. Identification of various specific topics and prerequisites for each section from term to term. contracting. Enterprise systems case studies providing implications for IT management. Discussion of ERP and other enterprise systems such as customer relationship management systems. ISE 707 Real-Time Control of Automated Manufacturing UNITS: 3 Offered in Spring Only. using state of the art modelling tools available for their analysis. Hands on experience with Net suite ERP/CRM and Microsoft Visio. establishing metrics/ expectations. Focus on performance measurement. inter-task communication. variance reduction approaches. ISE 553 Modelling and Analysis of Supply Chains UNITS: 3 Offered in Spring Only Prerequisite: ISE 351 and ST 372 Basic issues in operating supply chains. ISE 762 Computer Simulation Techniques UNITS: 3 Offered in Fall Only Prerequisite: ST 512 and a scientific programming language Basic discrete event simulation methodology: random number generators. Offered Alternate Years Concepts and application of real-time control of automated manufacturing systems. Computer assignments and projects. and managing external business relationships. supplier assessment. multi-processing systems. Emphasizes collaboration and strategy execution through assessing. A current topic research paper required. Technical and end user aspects included. data modelling. Emphasis on using engineering models to develop insights into the behaviour of these systems. Student application of these techniques to actual simulations. including random variate generation. controlling and managing operations. analysis of simulation output. cost modeling.Supply Management UNITS: 3 Major themes and strategies in supply management. Enterprise systems life cycle. negotiations.IE. local area networks. MBA 515 Enterprise Systems UNITS: 3 Use of enterprise systems in planning. multi-tasking operating systems. MBA 541 . Project using reengineering principles to make business processes more efficient. simulation designs. supplier relationship management. Applications to various areas of scientific modelling. Design development of control system. output estimation for stationary and non-stationary models. Development of prototype manufacturing control applications involving introductions to following topics: computer architecture. performance optimization techniques. and development of multi-tasking control systems. Simulation language such as SLAM and GPSS.

including customer needs analysis. Application and integration of business. Network design. Relationship between logistics and broader issues of managing the entire supply chain and fulfilling the strategic objectives of a firm. design and engineering principles. ST 516 ALL THE BEST . schedules. as well as completion of a commodity analysis for an SCRC member company. Transportation. Definition of relevant market. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and business-to-business (B2B) systems. Major project using state-of-the-art ERP system. Methods for managing and controlling project costs. master production scheduling. Use of popular project management software tools. financial considerations and manufacturing aspects of product development process. planning. MBA 554 . MBA 543 . design and engineering methodologies. MBA 555 . Business planning. material requirements planning. software. concepts and tools on actual product design and development project. just-in-time and theory of constraints.Planning and Control Systems UNITS: 3 Design and management of planning and control systems within the organization and across the supply chain. Application of project management tools and methods to product development. and execution.application of these concepts.Supply Chain Logistics UNITS: 3 Effective logistics decision-making using a variety of conceptual frameworks and quantitative tools. Group F ST 512. product design and engineering. techniques for assessing project risk. MBA 542 . and scope. including project selection.Product Design and Development UNITS: 4 Total product realization process. manufacturability assessment and marketing plan development. Impact of information technologies on planning and control systems. Inventory management.Project Management UNITS: 3 Life cycle view of organizing and managing technical projects. and process reengineering projects.

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