Industrial Engineering Classes
Introduction to industrial engineering design process and concepts.
Principles of digital programming; application of subroutines; application of electronic computers to typical engineering problems; OS operation, Microsoft Office, and Groupware.Semester Project
System and work design concepts; time studies; performance rating and allowances; standard and pre-determined times; work methods improvement; design of manual work, equipment and tools and work environments; line balancing; manpower determinations, job analysis and incentives; business systems analysis, lean and value analysis.Semester Project
Planning economy studies for decision-making, including considerations of rate of return, cost and yield studies, depreciation and tax relationships, increment costs, replacement and introduction to multivariate alternative studies.
Probability, discrete and continuous distributions, functions of random variables, estimation theory, tests of hypotheses including goodness-of-fit and independence.
Introduction to resources and systems; Logistics resource optimization: linear programming; Logistics network and flow problems: transportation problems, shortest path and vehicle routing, maximum flow problems; project and resources management and operations sequencing and resource scheduling.
Linear regression and correlation, curvilinear regression, analysis of variance and factorial experiments.
Analysis and design of information systems; projects relating comprehensive computer systems to typical industrial and service applications; ethics and professionalism.Semester Project
Principles and practice of quality assurance and control; theory of statistical sampling and control and related economic analysis; Quality Systems; Six Sigma principles and practice.
Human performance in human-machine systems, including information processing, display and control design, workplace design and environmental effects on worker performance.Semester Project
Systems approach to the identification, design, analysis and development of human-operated information processing systems; applications to practical problems in industry, military, health systems and education.Semester Project
Machine loading, assembly balancing techniques, design of physical-manufacturing systems, integrating materials-handling systems into the plant, design of plant service systems, site and plant location and projects involving plant design using optimization techniques; ethics and professionalism.Semester Project
Production logistics: forecasting, aggregate production, inventory systems and materials requirement planning; lean supply system and supply chain management; warehousing and distribution systems; supply chain information technologies and government policies/regulations.
Principles of Lean Manufacturing Systems; Queuing Theory and Analysis; Measurement and Assessment-Industrial Process Mapping, Workflow Analysis; Improvement Activities-Process and Operational Variability Reduction, Resource Reduction, Work-in-Process Reduction, Waste Reduction, Zero Inventory and Just-in-time Production Systems; Design for Lean Manufacturing; Material and Shop Floor Flow Control; Simulation Modeling and Analysis of Lean Systems.Semester Project
Senior design projects.Semester Project