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Industrial Engineering (BIE)

This program was approved for students entering the university in the Summer 2011 - Spring 2012 catalog year. For more
information about catalog year, go to Catalog Year Information.

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering

Major: IE

Degree: BIE

Unit: Speed School of Engineering (SS)

Department: Industrial Engineering

Students specializing in Industrial Engineering will complete a program consisting of two semesters in Engineering
Fundamentals and a further period of study in the Department of Industrial Engineering - ten semesters in Departmental
Studies to complete the Bachelor of Science degree, followed by a fifth year in Graduate Studies for the Master of
Engineering degree. This curriculum is designed as an integrated five-year program, with a cooperative education
component, culminating in the Master of Engineering degree. The Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering programs
are both accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc.

Engineering Fundamentals1

Courses Hours

Speed School Core

ENGR 100, 1012, 102 10

ENGL2,3 101 , 102 6

CHEM 2012 3

PHYS 2982 4

IE Core

CECS 121 1

CHEM 202, 2072 4

ENGR 150 2

PHYS 295 1

Total 31

Departmental Studies
Courses Hours

Engineering Fundamentals

ENGR 201, 205, 330 8


IE 240, 288, 289, 320, 360, 370, 380, 389, 421, 425, 430, 489, 499, 515, 525, 541, 563,

IE Electives 6


CEE 205 3

CHE 253 3

ECE 252 3

ME 251 3

PHYS 296, 299 5

General Education

Arts/CD/HUM/SBS Electives2 15

COMM 1122 3

HIST2 101 or 102 or 105 or 106 3

Total 101

Total Hours

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering 1325

Acceptance into a Department requires that a student have a 2.0 GPA in the prescribed set of courses totaling 31 semester hours in
Engineering Fundamentals. In addition, the student must be in good standing with the university (university GPA ≥ 2.0).
This course is a General Education requirement for the program; see for the listing, by academic
year, of Arts/CD/Hum/SBS Electives which satisfy the University-wide General Education requirements.
Students completing ENGL 105 in lieu of ENGL 101 and ENGL 102 satisfy the General Education and Engineering Fundamentals
requirements for Written Communication. However, an additional 3-hr Writing (WR) course or honors Written Communication (WC)
course is needed to satisfy program credit hour requirements. A current list of acceptable WR and WC courses is at
A student may accumulate nor more than two “D-,D,D+” grades in IE prefixed courses to graduate with a baccalaureate degree. For any
additional “D-, D, D+” grades beyond two, the student must repeat the course to earn a better grade.
Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree must be in Good Standing (university GPA ≥ 2.00) and must attain a grade point average
of at least 2.00 for all courses used to satisfy degree requirements.