Graduate Student Handbook

400-level Courses Not Eligible for Graduate Credit

Non-I E courses

BA 411: Analyzing Business and Industry, BA/SCIS 455

MATH 414/STAT 414: Introduction to Probability Theory, MATH 415/STAT 415: Introduction to Mathematical Statistics, MATH 418/STAT 418: Introduction to Probability and Stochastic Processes for EngineeringMATH 441: Matrix Algebra, MATH 484: Linear Programs and Related Problems

Any QMM 400- or 500-level course

SCM 455: Logistics Systems Analysis and Design

STAT 401: Experimental MethodsSTAT 462: Applied Regression Analysis, STAT 480: Introduction to SAS

I E Courses

Note: No course required for the undergraduate industrial engineering degree can be taken for graduate credit.

IE 405: Deterministic Models in Operations Research

IE 408: Cognitive Work Design

IE 419: Work Design - Productivity and Safety

IE 424: Process Quality Engineering

IE 425: Stochastic Models in Operations Research

IE 433: Regression Analysis and Design of Experiments

IE 434: Statistical Quality Control

IE 436: Six Sigma Methodology

IE 453: Simulation Modeling for Decision Support

IE 460: Service Systems Engineering

IE 463: Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing

IE 466: Concurrent Engineering

IE 467: Facility Layout and Material Handling

IE 470: Manufacturing System Design and Analysis

IE 480W: Capstone Design Project

IE 496: Independent Studies

IE 497X (with a few exceptions)

In general, it is recommended that students check with the graduate program coordinator before taking any IE or non-iE 400 level courses.



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