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Industrial Engineering Minor

Semester Requirements

Robin Borkholder, Minor Adviser
(585) 475-2990, rrbeie@rit.edu

A minor in industrial engineering focuses on the design, improvement, and installation of integrated systems of people, material, equipment, and energy. Student utilize skills in statistics, ergonomics, operations research, and manufacturing.

Course
Electives
Choose three of the following
   ISEE-250    Engineering Economy
   ISEE-301    Operations Research
   ISEE-323    Facilities Planning
   ISEE-330    Ergonomics/Human Factors
   ISEE-410    Simulation
   ISEE-420    Production Planning and Scheduling
   ISEE-421    Design and Analysis of Production Systems
   ISEE-460    Applied Statistical Quality Control
Choose two of the following
   ISEE-350    Engineering Management
   ISEE-626    Contemporary Production Systems
   ISEE-703    Supply Chain Management
   ISEE-704    Logistics Management
   ISEE-711    Advanced Simulation
   ISEE-728    Production Systems Management
   ISEE-730    Biomechanics
   ISEE-731    Advanced Topics in Ergonomics and Human Factors
   ISEE-732    Systems Safety Engineering
   ISEE-741    Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing
   ISEE-745    Manufacturing Systems
   ISEE-760    Design of Experiments

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A minor in industrial engineering focuses on the design, improvement, and installation of integrated systems of people, material, equipment, and energy–utilizing skills in statistics, ergonomics, operations research, and manufacturing. This minor provides students with a background in areas commonly needed in this field.

Prerequisites:
1016-314 Engineering Statistics (or equivalent)
1016-318 Boundary Value Problems and Matrices
or
1016-328 Engineering Math
or
1016-331 Matrix Algebra (or equivalent)

Core Courses—Select at least three of the following:
0303-401 Operations Research
0303-402 Production Control
0303-415 Ergonomics
0303-422 Systems and Facilities Planning
0303-503 Simulation
0303-510 Applied Statistical Quality Control
0303-520, 620 Engineering Economy

Electives*—Choose two of the following:
0303-481 Engineering Management
0303-516 Human Factors
0303-526 Design and Analysis of Production Systems
0303-630 Advanced Systems Integration
0303-703 Supply Chain Management
0303-704 Logistics Management
0303-711 Advanced Simulation Techniques
0303-727 Advanced Manufacturing Engineering
0303-731 Advanced Topics in Ergonomics/Human Factors
0303-732 Biomechanics
0303-734 Systems Safety Engineering
0303-765 Databases for Information Systems
0303-766 Manufacturing Systems
0303-770 Design of Experiments

* Other elective courses may be appropriate with minor adviser approval.