College of EngineeringDepartment of Industrial and Systems EngineeringAcademicsGraduateCurrent StudentsISE Graduate Core Courses
ISE Graduate Core Courses
All graduate degrees require a set of three core courses. For prerequisite information, see the Required Background:
M.S., MISE, and Ph.D. Core Courses:
- INSY 6600 Manufacturing/Production Economics (Prerequisite Information) - (3). LEC. 3. Pr., INSY 3600. Continuation of INSY 3600. Emphasis on design economics and cost estimating techniques and applications to various manufacturing and service operations. (Offered every Spring semester)
- INSY 7300 Advanced Engineering Statistics I - (3). LEC. 3. Pr., STAT 3610. Advanced concepts of experimental design including blocked designs, analysis of variance regression approach, and fractional factorials in base-2 designs.
Emphasisthroughout is on developing and improving industrial products and processes. Credit will not be given for both INSY 7300 and STAT 7300. (Offered every Fall semester)
- INSY 7420 Linear Programming and Network
Flows- (3). LEC. 3. Pr., INSY 3410 or departmental approval. Linear programming and network flowsemphasizing algorithms and theory. (Offered every Spring semester)
MEM Core Courses:
- INSY 6600 Manufacturing and Production Economics (Prerequisite Information) - (3). LEC. 3. Pr., INSY 3600. Continuation of INSY 3600. Emphasis on design economics and cost estimating techniques and applications to various manufacturing and service operations. (Offered every Spring semester).
- INSY 7980 Master’s in Industrial and Systems Engineering Project - (5). DSL. SU. Non-thesis master's project. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 5 credit hours.
- INSY 6800 Lean Production - (3). LEC. 3. Manufacturing system design based on a strategy of linked cells providing a continuous flow of materials. Evaluation strategies and analysis tools are studied. credit will not be given for both INSY 5800 and INSY 6800.
- INSY 7080 Human Factors Engineering - (3). LEC. 3. Examination of human factors, ergonomics, and safety research methodologies. Emphasis is on human information input, output and control processes with the objective of optimizing integration of the human into simple and complex systems.
- BUSI 7140 Organizational Leadership, Ethics and Change - (3). LEC. 3. Departmental approval. Integrated course covering individual and group behavior in organizations, effective team building, motivation, and communications, ethical behavior, and leading organizations through change.