Section 71.40.2 Course Requirements (BEng in Industrial Engineering)

Degree Requirements

The program in Industrial Engineering consists of the Engineering Core, the Industrial Engineering Core, and elective credits as shown below. Students must select one course from the list of Basic and Natural Science Courses: Industrial Engineering as part of the Industrial Engineering Core courses. The minimum length of the program is 120 credits.

BEng in Industrial Engineering (120 credits)

27 credits from the Engineering Core
82 credits from the Industrial Engineering Core
11 credits minimum of Industrial Engineering Electives

 

Industrial Engineering Core (82 credits)

82

 

credits:

 

 

ENGR 245 Mechanical Analysis (3.00)
ENGR 251 Thermodynamics I (3.00)
ENGR 311 Transform Calculus and Partial Differential Equations (3.00)
INDU 211 Introduction to Production and Manufacturing Systems (3.00)
INDU 311 Simulation of Industrial Systems (3.50)
INDU 320 Production Engineering (3.00)
INDU 321 Lean Manufacturing (3.00)
INDU 323 Operations Research I (3.50)
INDU 324 Operations Research II (3.50)
INDU 330 Engineering Management (3.00)
INDU 342 Logistics Network Models (3.00)
INDU 371 Stochastic Models in Industrial Engineering (3.00)
INDU 372 Quality Control and Reliability (3.00)
INDU 411 Computer Integrated Manufacturing (3.50)
INDU 412 Human Factors Engineering (3.50)
INDU 421 Facilities Design and Material Handling Systems (3.50)
INDU 423 Inventory Control (3.50)
INDU 490 Capstone Industrial Engineering Design Project (4.00)
MIAE 211 Mechanical Engineering Drawing (3.50)
MIAE 215 Programming for Mechanical and Industrial Engineers (3.50)
MIAE 221 Materials Science (3.00)
MIAE 311 Manufacturing Processes (3.00)
MIAE 312 Engineering Design and Manufacturing Processes Lab (1.00)
MIAE 313 Machine Drawing and Design (3.50)
MIAE 380 Product Design and Development (3.00)

 

One course chosen from the Basic and Natural Science Courses: Industrial Engineering list below

  Note: Students may replace INDU 490 with ENGR 490 if they are interested in a multidisciplinary project that requires collaboration with students from other engineering departments. In order for students to register in ENGR 490, their projects must be approved by the Design Committee before the start of the fall term.

 

Basic and Natural Science Courses: Industrial Engineering

  Students must complete one course from the following list:
 
BIOL 206 Elementary Genetics (3.00)
BIOL 261 Molecular and General Genetics (3.00)
CHEM 217 Introductory Analytical Chemistry I (3.00)
CHEM 221 Introductory Organic Chemistry I (3.00)
CIVI 231 Geology for Civil Engineers (3.00)
GEOL 206 Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Plate Tectonics (3.00)
GEOL 208 The Earth, Moon and the Planets (3.00)
PHYS 252 Optics (3.00)
PHYS 260 Introductory Biophysics (3.00)
PHYS 273 Energy and Environment (3.00)
PHYS 284 Introduction to Astronomy (3.00)
PHYS 385 Astrophysic (3.00)

 

Industrial Engineering Electives (11 credits)

11

credits minimum from the following:

At least three INDU Courses

With permission of the Department, students may take one technical elective from the Other Industrial Engineering Elective Courses

 

INDU Courses

 

Students must take at least three courses from the following list:

 

INDU 410 Safety Engineering (3.00)
INDU 431 Quantitative Methods in Health‑care Systems (3.00)
INDU 441 Introduction to Six Sigma (3.00)
INDU 466 Decision Models in Service Sector (3.00)
INDU 475 Advanced Concepts in Quality Improvement (3.00)
INDU 480 Cases in Industrial Engineering (3.00)
INDU 498 Topics in Industrial Engineering (3.00)

 

 

Other Industrial Engineering Elective Courses

 

With permission, students may take one course from the following list:

 

BSTA 478 Data Mining Techniques (3.00)
BTM 430 Enterprise Resource Planning and Information Technology Integration (3.00)
BTM 480 Project Management (3.00)
ENGR 361 Fluid Mechanics I (3.00)
ENGR 411 Special Technical Report (1.00)
ENGR 412 Honours Research Project (3.00)
MANA 300 Entrepreneurship: Launching Your Business (3.00)
MECH 321 Properties and Failure of Materials (3.50)
MECH 370 Modelling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems (3.50)
MECH 412 Computer‑Aided Mechanical Design (3.50)
MECH 415 Advanced Programming for Mechanical and Industrial Engineers (3.00)
MECH 421 Mechanical Shaping of Metals and Plastics (3.50)
MECH 423 Casting, Welding, Heat Treating, and Non‑Destructive Testing (3.50)
MECH 425 Manufacturing of Composites (3.50)

 

 

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