INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING - Dept. Code:  IEN
http://www.ie.miami.edu


Mission Statement

The Department of Industrial Engineering’s mission is to provide contemporary and relevant industrial and systems engineering education and research; impart knowledge and skills necessary to design and to improve a variety of manufacturing and service processes; promote life-long learning; and contribute to emerging societal needs.

Overview

Industrial Engineering combines science and technical knowledge with human sciences to design, plan, and analyze systems that involve people, materials, money, energy, equipment, and other resources. Industrial engineers work with personnel in research and development, accounting, engineers in other disciplines, maintenance, human resources, and production to increase organizational productivity, improve quality, reduce health care costs, conserve energy, develop public transportation systems, and improve industrial safety conditions. Industrial engineering distinguishes itself from other engineering professions because it has applications in manufacturing, service, commercial, and governmental activities. It is the major branch of engineering concerned not only with technology, but with people, making industrial engineers a prime source of management talent.
Through consultation with his/her academic advisor, a student is assisted in choosing electives which will prepare him/her for a degree of specialization compatible with his/her future goals. The available concentrations are Engineering Management and Manufacturing.  Specific courses required in each concentration are described in Degree Programs Section.
The Department of Industrial Engineering offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science in Industrial Engineering, Master of Science in Environmental Health and Safety, and Master of Science in Management of Technology. The Department also offers a Ph.D. program in Ergonomics and Human Factors and a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering. For further information, see the Bulletin of the Graduate School.

The Department of Industrial Engineering in cooperation with the School of Business Administration offers a dual MSIE/MBA weekend executive program. For more details of this program contact the Department of Industrial Engineering.


EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Industrial Engineering Program Educational Objectives

The major goal of the Industrial Engineering program at the University of Miami is to prepare graduates to contribute to the economy by virtue of employment in a variety of industries: manufacturing (heavy and light, traditional and high technology) and service (health care, retail, transportation, logistics, government, consulting, banking, and insurance). In striving to achieve this goal, the objective of the faculty is to provide all graduates with the mathematical, scientific, and design tools required to formulate problems accurately, generate alternative solutions, evaluate those alternatives, and present the best solutions to clients or decision makers in a fashion that facilitates decision-making processes. In addition, superior students are prepared for graduate studies and research.
Within the first several years following graduation from the Industrial Engineering program, graduates are expected to be:

1. Working as professionals by adding value in any one of the following sectors:

 Service
 Government
 Consulting
 Retail
 Manufacturing

2. Pursuing or holding a graduate degree and/or developing professionally through continuing education, licensure, certification and seminars in a new area or their chosen areas of expertise.

The curriculum includes required courses in mathematics and the physical sciences that ensure a firm scientific background while advanced departmental courses provide specialization. Required courses in the people and society - humanities and arts give students the social, ethical and ecological awareness needed in their profession. The courses are designed with the prerequisite structure in mind so that students have to draw from previously acquired knowledge to successfully complete upper level course requirements.

The engineering design experience is interwoven in the curriculum throughout the students’ four years of study.

• Starting with IEN 111 Introduction to Engineering I and IEN 112 Introduction to Engineering II, an introduction to Engineering graphics, Auto CAD, MATLAB, C++, advanced Excel and Access are given.
• The students then move on to take IEN 201 Methods Analysis and Work Measurement where they perform work measurement projects in industry, write reports, and make oral presentations to management.  In the Spring of their Junior year, the students take IEN 363 Project Management for Engineers and they are exposed to techniques and tools in project management such as use of network flow and MS Project. 
• Students take IEN 361 Industrial Cost Analysis and IEN 380 Engineering Economy where they become aware of the impact of productivity on the economic and social well-being of industry and countries. The students are also introduced to basic models of decision making such as the formulation and evaluation of an economic strategy.
• IEN 406 Computer-Aided Manufacturing introduces the students to product design in manufacturing and modern concepts of CAD/CAM/Automation.
• IEN 441 Deterministic Models in Operations Research focuses on the formulation of linear programming problems and solutions by the simplex method.  Related topics include sensitivity analysis, duality theory and network programming.  Engineering applications are emphasized.
• IEN 442 Stochastic Models in Operations Research focuses on basic concepts and techniques of random processes that are used to develop models for a variety of engineering and managerial problems.  Topics include the Poisson Process, Markov chains, renewal theory, queuing models, and reliability.
• IEN 465 Production and Inventory Control provides a thorough treatment of modern production and inventory management policies, and their ramifications on supply chain management.
• Theory and applications of decision support systems in industrial engineering are covered in IEN 524 Decision Support Systems in IE. The topics include the study of model-based data-based, knowledge-based, and communication-based decision support systems.
• In IEN 557 Ergonomics and Human Factors Engineering both laboratory projects and real-world projects are designed, discussed, and conducted.
• Industry based projects are embedded into several other courses such as IEN 512 Statistical Quality Control and Quality Management, IEN 547 Computer Simulation Systems, and IEN 568 Materials Handling and Facilities Planning.
• IEN 494 Senior Project is a capstone project course where the students pool all of their knowledge and previous design experience into one major project integrating all components of the curriculum together. These projects are usually industry-based. Students prepare written and oral presentations. These presentations are made before top management or engineers of the organization where the projects were conducted in the presence of the faculty representatives from the department.

Real world projects are an integral part of most junior and senior level courses. In these courses, communication is emphasized through requirements for oral presentation and written technical reports. This experience provides the graduates with valuable industrial experience and communications skills while studying at the University of Miami.

The teaching laboratories meet current program needs and are constantly being improved. Equipment and experiments are geared to provide instruction in the areas of production system design, work methods and measurement, human factors engineering, manufacturing processes, computer applications in industrial engineering and operations research.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEGREE PROGRAMS

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (125 Credits)

FRESHMAN YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 111 Introduction to Engineering I   3
ENG 105 English Composition I   3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers                     5
PHY 205 University Physics I   3
14 Spring Semester
IEN 112 Introduction to Engineering II   2
ENG 107 Writing about Science   3
MTH 162 Calculus II                                 4
ECO 211 Economic Principles and Problems   3
PHY 206 University Physics II   3
PHY 208 University Physics II Lab   1
16
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Fall Semester
ECO 212 Economic Principles and Problems   3
IEN 201 Methods Analysis & Work Measurements   3
MTH 210 Vectors and Matrices   3
PHY 207 University Physics III   3
PHY 209 University Physics III Laboratory   1
Humanities and Arts Elective*           3
16 Spring Semester
COS 211 Public Speaking   3
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I, EEN 205 Principles of Electrical Engineering I,
or MAE 303 Thermodynamics I                       3
CHM 151 Chemistry for Engineers I   3
CHM 153 Chemistry Laboratory for Engineers   1
MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations   3
Advanced PS/HA Elective*                            3                       16
JUNIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
Advanced PS/HA Elective*                                  3 IEN 310 Introduction to Engineering Probability   3
IEN 351 Industrial Safety Engineering   3
IEN 380 Engineering Economy   3
IEN 441 Deterministic Models in
Operations Research   3
        15 Spring Semester
IEN 312 Applied Statistical Methods           3
IEN 361 Industrial Cost Analysis           3
IEN 363 Project Management for Engineers           3
IEN 406 Computer-Aided Manufacturing           3
IEN 442 Stochastic Models in Operations Research     3
Technical Elective**                                  3
18
SENIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 465 Production and Inventory Control 3
IEN 512 Statistical Quality Control and
Quality Management 3
IEN 547 Computer Simulation Systems 3
IEN 557 Ergonomics and Human
Factors Engineering 3
IEN Elective *** 3
                                                  15 Spring Semester
IEN 494 Senior Project   3
IEN 524 Decision Support Systems in IE               3
IEN 568 Materials Handling and Facilities Planning   3
IEN Elective***   3
IEN Elective ***   3
15


* People and Society (PS)/Humanities and Arts (HA) Electives are selected from a list of approved electives maintained in the department at UM.

** The Technical Elective is selected from courses at the 300 level or above, offered by one of the following departments: MTH, BME (except BME 320), CAE, ECO, EEN, IEN, MEN, ACC, FIN, MGT(Except MGT 303), MAS, MKT.

*** IEN Electives are selected from courses at the 300 level or above, offered by the Department of Industrial Engineering.

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING CONCENTRATIONS
• Engineering Management Concentration
• Manufacturing Engineering Concentration
• Pre-Medical Concentration


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION (125 Credits)

FRESHMAN YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 111 Introduction to Engineering I   3
ENG 105 English Composition I   3
MTH 151Calculus I for Engineers                     5
PHY 205 University Physics I   3
14 Spring Semester
IEN 112 Introduction to Engineering II   2
ENG 107 Writing About Science   3
MTH 162 Calculus II                                 4
ECO 211 Economic Principles and Problems   3
PHY 206 University Physics II   3
PHY 208 University Physics II Lab   1
16
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Fall Semester
ECO 212 Economic Principles and Problems   3
IEN 201 Methods Analysis & Work Measurements   3
MTH 210 Vectors and Matrices   3
PHY 207 University Physics III   3
PHY 209 University Physics III Lab   1
BSL 212 Introduction to Business Law   3
16 Spring Semester  
COS 211 Public Speaking   3
CHM 151 Chemistry for Engineers I   3
CHM 153 Chemistry Laboratory for Engineers   1
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I , EEN 205 Principles of Electrical Engineering I,
or MAE 303 Thermodynamics I                       3
Humanities and Arts Elective*                        3
MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations   3
16
JUNIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
Advanced PS/HA Elective*                            3
IEN 310 Introduction to Engineering Probability   3
IEN 351 Industrial Safety Engineering   3
IEN 380 Engineering Economy   3
IEN 441 Deterministic Models in
Operations Research   3
15 Spring Semester
ECO 302 Micro Economic Theory           3
IEN 312 Applied Statistical Methods   3
IEN 361 Industrial Cost Analysis                       3
IEN 363 Project Management for Engineers           3
IEN 406 Computer-Aided Manufacturing               3
IEN 442 Stochastic Models in Operations Research     3
                                                    18
SENIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 465 Production and Inventory Control   3
IEN 512 Statistical Quality Control and
Quality Management   3
IEN 547 Computer Simulation Systems   3
IEN 557 Ergonomics and Human
Factors Engineering   3
IEN 571 Engineering Entrepreneurship   3
15 Spring Semester
IEN 494 Senior Project   3
IEN 524 Decision Support Systems in IE               3
IEN 568 Materials Handling and Facilities Planning   3
IEN 570 Engineering Management   3
IEN 572 Management of Technological Innovation   3
                                                    15


* People and Society/Humanities and Arts Electives are selected from a list of approved electives maintained in the department at UM.

 

 

 

 

 

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING CONCENTRATION (125 Credits)

FRESHMAN YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 111 Introduction to Engineering I   3
ENG 105 English Composition I   3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers                     5
PHY 205 University Physics I   3
14 Spring Semester
IEN 112 Introduction to Engineering II   2
ENG 107 Writing About Science   3
MTH 162 Calculus II                                 4
ECO 211 Economic Principles and Problems   3
PHY 206 University Physics II   3
PHY 208 University Physics II Lab   1
16
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Fall Semester
ECO 212 Economic Principles and Problems   3
IEN 201 Methods Analysis & Work Measurements   3
MTH 210 Vectors and Matrices   3
PHY 207 University Physics III   3
PHY 209 University Physics III Lab   1
Humanities and Arts Elective*           3
16 Spring Semester

COS 211 Public Speaking   3
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I , EEN 205 Principles of Electrical Engineering I or, 
MAE 303 Thermodynamics I                           3
CHM 151 Chemistry for Engineers I   3
CHM 153 Chemistry Laboratory for Engineers   1
Advanced PS/HA Elective*                            3
MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations   3
16
JUNIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
Advanced PS/HA Elective*                            3
IEN 310 Introduction to Engineering Probability   3
IEN 351 Industrial Safety Engineering   3
IEN 380 Engineering Economy   3
IEN 441 Deterministic Models in
Operations Research   3
15 Spring Semester
IEN 312 Applied Statistical Methods 3
IEN 361 Industrial Cost Analysis 3
IEN 363 Project Management for Engineers           3
IEN 406 Computer-Aided Manufacturing 3
IEN 407 Product Design for Manufacturing 3
IEN 442 Stochastic Models in Operations Research   3
        18
SENIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 465 Production and Inventory Control 3
IEN 505 Robotics 3
IEN 512 Statistical Quality Control and
Quality Management 3
IEN 547 Computer Simulation Systems 3
IEN 557 Ergonomics and Human
Factors Engineering 3
        15 Spring Semester
IEN 494 Senior Project 3
IEN 507 Design of Manufacturing Systems 3
IEN 509 Automated Assembly 3
IEN 524 Decision Support Systems in IE             3
IEN 568 Materials Handling and Facilities Planning 3
                15

* People and Society/Humanities and Arts Electives are selected from a list of approved electives maintained in the department at UM.

 

 

 

 

 

 


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
PRE-MEDICAL CONCENTRATION (135 Credits)

FRESHMAN YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 111 Introduction to Engineering I   3
ENG 105 English Composition I   3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers                     5
PHY 205 University Physics I   3
ECO 211 Economic Principles and Problems   3
17 Spring Semester
IEN 112 Introduction to Engineering II   2
ENG 107 Writing about Science   3
MTH 162 Calculus II                                 4
CHM 111 Principles of Chemistry I                   3
CHM 113 Chemistry Laboratory I                   1
PHY 206 University Physics II   3
PHY 208 University Physics II Lab   1
17
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Fall Semester
BIL 150 General Biology                             4
BIL 151 General Biology Lab                   1
CHM 112 Principles of Chemistry II           3
CHM 114 Chemistry Laboratory II                   1
IEN 201 Methods Analysis & Project Management   3
MTH 210 Vectors and Matrices   3
PHY 207 University Physics III   3
18 Spring Semester
BIL 160 Evolution and Biodiversity           4
BIL 161 Evolution and Biodiversity Lab               1
COS 211 Public Speaking   3
ECO 212 Economic Principles and Problems   3
Humanities and Arts Elective*           3
MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations   3
PHY 209 University Physics III Laboratory   1
                                          18
JUNIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
CHM 201 Organic Chemistry I (Lecture)              3
CHM 205 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I             1
IEN 310 Introduction to Engineering Probability   3
IEN 351 Industrial Safety Engineering   3
IEN 380 Engineering Economy   3
IEN 441 Deterministic Models in Operations Research 3
16 Spring Semester
CHM 202 Organic Chemistry II (Lecture)              3
CHM 206 Organic Chemistry Laboratory II             1
IEN 312 Applied Statistical Methods           3
IEN 361 Industrial Cost Analysis           3
IEN 363 Project Management for Engineers           3
IEN 442 Stochastic Models in Operations Research     3
16
SENIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 465 Production and Inventory Control   3
IEN 512 Statistical Quality Control and
Quality Management   3
IEN 547 Computer Simulation Systems   3
IEN 557 Ergonomics and Human
Factors Engineering   3
Advanced PS/HA Elective*                                  3
Advanced PS/HA Elective*                                  3
                                                    18 Spring Semester
IEN 406 Computer-Aided Manufacturing           3
IEN 494 Senior Project   3
IEN 513 Quality Management in Service Organizations 3
IEN 524 Decision Support Systems in IE               3
IEN 568 Materials Handling and Facilities Planning   3
15


* People and Society (PS)/Humanities and Arts (HA) Electives are selected from a list of approved electives maintained in the department at UM.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIVE-YEAR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (FIVE-YEAR BSIE/MSIE PROGRAM)

This program is specifically designed for those students who want to pursue their graduate study as soon as they complete their undergraduate study in Industrial Engineering. The special conditions for this Five-Year BSIE/MSIE Program are as follows:

1. The student must declare his/her intent to participate before the end of the Junior year by submitting an official application to the department graduate committee for admission into the MSIE portion of the program. Exceptions to this rule must be approved by the department faculty.

2. A student wishing to withdraw from the Five-Year Program without the MSIE degree must complete all the requirements for the BSIE program, including the IEN 494 Senior Project in order to get his/her BSIE degree.

3. To qualify for the MSIE degree, the student must meet all the pertinent Graduate School requirements, including an acceptable score on the GRE (Graduate Record Examination) and a minimum of 3.0 GPA.

4. The student is awarded both the BSIE and MSIE degrees at the end of the fifth year when all undergraduate and graduate requirements are satisfied.

 

FIVE-YEAR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
AND
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

FRESHMAN YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 111 Introduction to Engineering I   3
ENG 105 English Composition I   3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers                     5
PHY 205 University Physics I   3
14 Spring Semester
IEN 112 Introduction to Engineering II   2
ENG 107 Writing about Science   3
MTH 162 Calculus II                                 4
ECO 211 Economic Principles and Problems   3
PHY 206 University Physics II   3
PHY 208 University Physics II Lab   1
16
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Fall Semester
ECO 212 Economic Principles and Problems   3
IEN 201 Methods Analysis & Work Measurements   3
MTH 210 Vectors and Matrices   3
PHY 207 University Physics III   3
PHY 209 University Physics III Laboratory   1
Humanities and Arts Elective*           3
16 Spring Semester  
COS 211 Public Speaking   3
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I, EEN 205 Principles of Electrical Engineering I,
or MAE 303 Thermodynamics I                       3
CHM 151 Chemistry for Engineers I   3
CHM 153 Chemistry Laboratory for Engineers   1
Advanced PS/HA Elective*                            3
MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations   3                                           16
JUNIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
Advanced PS/HA Elective*                            3
IEN 310 Introduction to Engineering Probability   3
IEN 351 Industrial Safety Engineering   3
IEN 380 Engineering Economy   3
IEN 441 Deterministic Models in
Operations Research   3
15 Spring Semester
IEN 312 Applied Statistical Methods   3
IEN 361 Industrial Cost Analysis           3
IEN 363 Project Management for Engineers           3
IEN 406 Computer-Aided Manufacturing           3
IEN 442 Stochastic Models in Operations Research     3
Technical Elective**                                  3
18
SENIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 465 Production and Inventory Control   3
IEN 512 Statistical Quality Control and
Quality Management   3
IEN 547 Computer Simulation Systems   3
IEN 557 Ergonomics and Human
Factors Engineering   3
IEN Elective***   3
IEN Elective****   3
18 Spring Semester
IEN 524 Decision Support Systems in IE               3
IEN 568 Materials Handling and Facilities Planning   3
IEN Elective***   3
IEN Elective ***   3
IEN Elective****   3
15
FIFTH YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 594 Masters Capstone Design Project   3
IEN 612 Design of Experiments   3
IEN 642 Linear Programming and Extensions   3
IEN Elective****                                    3
12 Spring Semester
IEN 657 Ergonomics and Occupational Biomechanics   3
IEN 664 Supply Chain Management   or IEN 572 Management of Technological Innovation             3
IEN 665 Advanced Production Systems   3
IEN Elective****   3
IEN 691 Industrial Engineering Seminar   0
12
* People and Society/Humanities and Arts Electives are selected from a list of approved electives maintained in the department at UM.
** The Technical Elective is selected from courses at the 300 level or above, offered by one of the following departments: MTH, BME (except BME 320), CAE, ECO, EEN, IEN, MEN, ACC, FIN, MGT(Except MGT 303), MAS, MKT.

*** IEN Electives are selected from courses at the 300 level or above, offered by the Department of Industrial Engineering.

**** IEN Electives are selected from courses at the 500 or 600 level, offered by the Department of Industrial Engineering.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


FIVE-YEAR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
(ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION)
AND
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

FRESHMAN YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 111 Introduction to Engineering I   3
ENG 105 English Composition I   3
MTH 151 Calculus I for Engineers                     5
PHY 205 University Physics I   3
14 Spring Semester
IEN 112 Introduction to Engineering II   2
ENG 107 Writing About Science   3
MTH 162 Calculus II                                 4
ECO 211 Economic Principles and Problems   3
PHY 206 University Physics II   3
PHY 208 University Physics II Lab   1
16
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Fall Semester
ECO 212 Economic Principles and Problems   3
IEN 201 Methods Analysis & Work Measurements   3
MTH 210 Vectors and Matrices   3
PHY 207 University Physics III   3
PHY 209 University Physics III Lab   1
BSL 212 Introduction to Business Law   3
16 Spring Semester
COS 211 Public Speaking   3
CAE 210 Mechanics of Solids I,
EEN 205 Principles of Electrical Engineering I,
or MAE 303 Thermodynamics I                       3
CHM 151 Chemistry for Engineers I   3
CHM 153 Chemistry Laboratory for Engineers   1
Humanities and Arts Elective*   3
MTH 311 Ordinary Differential Equations   3
16
JUNIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
Advanced PS/HA Elective*                            3
IEN 310 Introduction to Engineering Probability   3
IEN 351 Industrial Safety Engineering   3
IEN 380 Engineering Economy   3
IEN 441 Deterministic Models in
Operations Research   3
15 Spring Semester
ECO 302 Micro Economic Theory           3
IEN 312 Applied Statistical Methods 3
IEN 361 Industrial Cost Analysis                     3
IEN 363 Project Management for Engineers           3
IEN 406 Computer-Aided Manufacturing               3
IEN 442 Stochastic Models in Operations Research     3
        18
SENIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 465 Production and Inventory Control 3
IEN 512 Statistical Quality Control and
Quality Management 3
IEN 547 Computer Simulation Systems 3
IEN 557 Ergonomics and Human
Factors Engineering 3
IEN 571 Engineering Entrepreneurship 3 3IEN Elective** 3
        18 Spring Semester
IEN 524 Decision Support Systems in IE             3
IEN 568 Materials Handling and Facilities Planning 3
IEN 570 Engineering Management 3
IEN 572 Management of Technological Innovation 3
IEN Elective** 3
        15

FIFTH YEAR
Fall Semester
IEN 594 Masters Capstone Design Project   3
IEN 612 Design of Experiments   3
IEN 642 Linear Programming and Extensions   3
IEN Elective**                                      3
12 Spring Semester
IEN 657 Ergonomics and Occupational Biomechanics   3
IEN 664 Supply Chain Management                   3
IEN 665 Advanced Production Systems   3
IEN Elective**   3
IEN 691 Industrial Engineering Seminar   0
12

* People and Society/Humanities and Arts Electives are selected from a list of approved electives maintained in the department at UM.

** IEN Electives are selected from courses at the 500- or 600-level, offered by the Department of Industrial Engineering.


MINOR

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING MINOR
A student majoring in another discipline who chooses to take a minor in Industrial Engineering must complete 15 credits of coursework consisting of the following:
IEN 201
IEN 351
IEN 380 and
Any two 300, 400 or 500 level IEN courses

Substitutions may be accepted with the permission of the Department Chairman.