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Industrial Engineering MEng

Admission Requirements

All Options:

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or equivalent with high standing.

Option I. Engineering Management (additional):

  • Those applicants who are currently employed as engineers must have a minimum two years full-time relevant work experience.
  • Those applicants who are currently not employed must have a minimum of five years work experience as an engineer.

The requirements described here are in addition to the general degree requirements for the Master’s programs in the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science.

Degree Requirements

The requirements described here are in addition to the general degree requirements for the Master’s Programs in the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science.

Fully-qualified candidates are required to complete a minimum of 45 credits.

Students may choose one of the following options:

  1. Engineering Management
  2. Lean Systems Engineering 
  3. Supply Chain Engineering.
  4. Industrial Optimization and Systems Analytics
  5. Reliability and Maintenance Management

If no option is selected, students must follow the industrial engineering general stream.

Courses must be selected as follows:

I.  Engineering Management 

20 credits minimum – Chosen from Industrial Engineering Area Courses
INDU 6121 - Applied Optimization (4 credits)
INDU 6151 - Decision Models in Service Sector (4 credits)

INDU 6211 - Production Systems and Inventory Control (4 credits)
INDU 6241 - Lean Manufacturing (4 credits)
INDU 6310 - Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers (4 credits)
INDU 6311 - Discrete System Simulation (4 credits)
INDU 6321 - Introduction to Six Sigma (4 credits)
INDU 6391 - Reliability and Maintenance for Design and Manufacturing (4 credits)
INSE 6230 - Total Quality Project Management (4 credits)

3 credits – Management Area Core Courses
MBA 640 - On-Ramp (0 credits, pass/fail; Must be completed prior to taking management courses)
MBA 641 - Responsible Manager (3 credits)

6 credits minimum – Chosen from Management Area Elective Courses
MBA 642 - Financial Reporting for Responsible Decision Making (3 credits)
MBA 643 - Managerial Analytics (3 credits)
MBA 645 - Economics for Organizational Decision Making (3 credits)

16 credits – Industrial Stage, Project and Report
INDU 6991 - Engineering Management Industrial Stage I (8 credits)

INDU 6992 - Engineering Management Industrial Stage II (8 credits)

Industrial stages must be completed with a company, governmental organization or a non-government organization (NGO). Students are responsible for finding their projects. An industry supervisor is highly recommended. The course coordinator serves as the main academic supervisor.

II. Lean Systems Engineering

25 credits – Industrial Engineering Core Courses
INDU 6121 - Applied Optimization (4 credits)
INDU 6211 - Production Systems and Inventory Control (4 credits)
INDU 6310 - Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers (4 credits)
INDU 6311 - Discrete System Simulation (4 credits)
INDU 6990 - Industrial Engineering Capstone (9 credits)

16 credits minimum – Chosen from Area Courses
INDU 6221 - Lean Enterprise (4 credits)
INDU 6241 - Lean Manufacturing (4 credits)
INDU 6251 - Facilities Planning and Warehouse Operations (4 credits)
INDU 6321 - Introduction to Six Sigma (4 credits)

4 credits maximum – Chosen from Area Elective Courses
INDU 6151 - Decision Models in Service Sector (4 credits)
INDU 6351 - System Reliability (4 credits)
INDU 6381 - Applications of Reliability Engineering (4 credits)
INDU 6391 - Reliability and Maintenance for Design and Manufacturing (4 credits)
INDU 6421 - Systems Safety Engineering and Management (4 credits)
INDU 6411 - Human Factors Engineering (4 credits)
INDU 6521 - Quantitative Methods in Healthcare Systems (4 credits)

III. Supply Chain Engineering

25 credits – Industrial Engineering Core Courses
INDU 6121 - Applied Optimization (4 credits)
INDU 6211 - Production Systems and Inventory Control (4 credits)
INDU 6310 - Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers (4 credits)
INDU 6311 - Discrete System Simulation (4 credits)
INDU 6990 - Industrial Engineering Capstone (9 credits)

16 credits minimum – Chosen from Area Courses
INDU 6141 - Logistics Network Models (4 credits)
INDU 6151 - Decision Models in Service Sector (4 credits)
INDU 6161 - Design and Operations of Supply Chain Networks (4 credits)
INDU 6231 - Scheduling Theory (4 credits)
INDU 6251 - Facilities Planning and Warehouse Operations (4 credits)

INSE 6290 - Quality in Supply Chain Design (4 credits)
INSE 6300 - Quality Assurance in Supply Chain Management (4 credits)

4 credits maximum – Chosen from Area Elective Courses
INDU 6351 - System Reliability (4 credits)
INDU 6361 - Discrete Optimization (4 credits)
INDU 6371 - Stochastic Optimization (4 credits)
INDU 6391 - Reliability and Maintenance for Design and Manufacturing (4 credits)

IV. Industrial Optimization and Systems Analytics 

25 credits – Industrial Engineering Core Courses
INDU 6121 - Applied Optimization (4 credits)
INDU 6211 - Production Systems and Inventory Control (4 credits)
INDU 6310 - Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers (4 credits)
INDU 6311 - Discrete System Simulation (4 credits)
INDU 6990 - Industrial Engineering Capstone (9 credits)

16 credits minimum – Chosen from Area Courses
INDU 6151 - Decision Models in Service Sector (4 credits)
INDU 6361 - Discrete Optimization (4 credits)
INDU 6371 - Stochastic Optimization (4 credits)
INDU 6521 - Quantitative Methods in Healthcare Systems (4 credits)
INDU 6611 - Applied Industrial Systems Analytics (4 credits)
COMP 6321 - Machine Learning (4 credits)

4 credits maximum – Area Elective Courses
Courses must be chosen from the Engineering and Computer Science Courses section.

V. Reliability and Maintenance Engineering

The reliability and maintenance option aims at training engineers and computer scientists who have a desire to explore a career in the reliability and maintenance management area. Students in this option must select their elective courses from the department most closely relevant to their undergraduate studies.

41 credits – Area Core Courses
INDU 6310 - Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers (4 credits)
INDU 6321 - Introduction to Six Sigma (4 credits)
INDU 6331 - Advanced Quality control (4 credits)
INDU 6351 - System Reliability (4 credits)
INDU 6381 - Applications of Reliability Engineering (4 credits)
INDU 6391 - Reliability and Maintenance for Design and Manufacturing (4 credits)
INDU 6421 - Systems Safety Engineering and Management (4 credits)
INDU 6341 - Advanced Concepts in Quality Improvement (4 credits)
INDU 6990 - Industrial Engineering Capstone (9 credits)

4 credits maximum – Area Elective Courses
Courses must be chosen from the Engineering and Computer Science Courses section.

VI. Industrial Engineering General Stream

25 credits – Industrial Engineering Core Courses
INDU 6121- Applied Optimization (4 credits)
INDU 6211 - Production Systems and Inventory Control (4 credits)
INDU 6310 - Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers (4 credits)
INDU 6311 - Discrete System Simulation (4 credits)
INDU 6990 - Industrial Engineering Capstone (9 credits)

16 credits minimum Area Electives
Chosen from courses listed under Topics Area E12.

4 credits maximum – General Electives 
Chosen from courses listed under the topics areas in the Engineering Courses and Computer Science Courses sections.

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