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CURRICULUM: INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Degree Earned: Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BSIE)

FRESHMAN YEAR

general engineering

general engineering

FALL SEMESTER

CREDIT

CH101

Chemistry, A Molecular Science

CH102

SPRING SEMESTER

CREDIT

GEP Requirement

General Chemistry Lab

EC205

Economics (or EC201 or ARE201)

E101

Intro to Engineering and Problem Solving

MA241

Calculus II

PY205

Physics for Engineers and Scientists I

Physical Education/Healthy Living Elective

Total Credits

15

E115

Intro to Computing Environments

ENG101

Academic Writing and Research

MA141

Calculus I

PE10*

Fitness and Wellness Course

Total Credits

15

become an
excel guru and
learn about big
data

SOPHOMORE YEAR
FALL SEMESTER

CREDIT

SPRING SEMESTER

learn about
product
development

CREDIT

ISE110

Computer Modeling for Engineers

ECE331

Principles of Electrical Engineering

MSE200

Mechanical Properties of Structural Materials

ISE216

Product Development and Rapid Prototyping

MA242

Calculus III

MA303

Linear Analysis

PY208

Physics for Engineers and Scientists II

ISE215

Product Specification I

ST371

Intro to Probability and Distribution Theory

ST372

Intro to Statistical Inference and Regression

Engineering Science Elective

Total Credits

16

Total Credits

17

JUNIOR YEAR

make cool stuff

FALL SEMESTER

CREDIT

SPRING SEMESTER

design s
af
and eff e
icient
process
es

CREDIT

ENG331

Technical Writing

ISE352

Work Analysis and Design

ISE316

Manufacturing Engineering I: Processes

ISE362

Stochastic Models in Industrial Engineering

ISE315

Product Specification II

ISE443

Quality Control

ISE441

Intro to Simulation

Technical Elective

ISE361

Deterministic Models in Industrial Engineering

build a model Ethics (GEP Requirement)


that simulates Total Credits
patients in a
hospital

CE214

3
16

stop bad
Engineering Mechanics - Statics products
before they
are shipped
Total Credits

3
16

SENIOR YEAR

ly
optimize supp
chains ISE311
ISE408
ISE453

design a facility

FALL SEMESTER

CREDIT

SPRING SEMESTER

Engineering Economic Analysis

ISE498

Control of Production and Service Systems

Technical Elective

Technical Elective

GEP Requirement

Production Systems Design

GEP Requirement

GEP Requirement

GEP Requirement

Total Credits

15

Total Credits

CREDIT

Senior Design Project

work on an
industry
project

Minimum Credit Hours Required for Graduation:


For more information, go to:
www.ise.ncsu.edu/undergraduate/curriculum.php
Campus Box 7906, NC State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7906
919.515.2362
ise@ncsu.edu

www.ise.ncsu.edu

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