ISE 502 - INDUSTRIAL & ORGANIZA PSY

Semester Hours: 3

Application of basic principles of learning, motivation, and perception to typical industrial and organizational problems.

ISE 503 - HUMAN FACTORS PSYCHOLOGY

Semester Hours: 3

Study of human performance in human-technology-environment systems. Consideration of human capabilities and limitations as related to controls and displays, and the role of human cognition in decision-making and training effectiveness.

ISE 523 - INTR STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTR

Semester Hours: 3

This course introduces statistical theory and techniques to control quality of manufacturing products. This course will provide a solid foundation in Statistical Quality Control (SQC). The Six Sigma methodology is also introduced in this course. Students can take the certification exam to earn a Green Belt in Six Sigma. Prerequisites: ISE 690.

ISE 526 - DESIGN/ANALY OF EXPERIMENT

Semester Hours: 3

Advanced topics in statistical experiments with emphasis on design aspect. Confounding, fractional replication, factorial and nested design.

ISE 530 - MANUF SYS & FACILITIES DESIGN

Semester Hours: 3

Overview of modern manufacturing systems design with emphasis on facility location and plant layout. Includes classical systems, just-in-time systems, basic principles of integrated manufacturing systems design, as well as analysis of process flow, process productivity, and available space to determine plant layout. Includes laboratory exercises.

ISE 533 - PRODUCTION/INVENTORY CONTR SYS

Semester Hours: 3

Inventory models including classical optimal economic order quantity models, manufacturing resource planning (MRP) systems, master production scheduling, material requirements planning, and purchase order control. Emphasis on manufacturing system revision, continuous process improvement, and the implementation of lean principles. Prerequisite: ISE 690.

ISE 537 - ELECTRONICS MANUF PROCESSES

Semester Hours: 3

Current concepts, facilities, and technology utilized in the manufacture of electronic components and products. Includes printed wiring board fabrication and component mounting methods, automation, quality and reliability, product testing, and economic issues.

ISE 539 - SELECTED TOPICS/ISE

Semester Hours: 1-3

ISE 547 - INTRO TO SYSTEMS SIMULATION

Semester Hours: 3

Philosophy and elements of digital discrete-event simulation. Emphasis on modeling and analysis of stochastic systems, including probabilistic models, output analysis, and use of simulation software. Prerequisite: ISE 690.

ISE 623 - ENGR ECON ANALYSIS

Semester Hours: 3

This course is designed for graduate students in industrial engineering, systems engineering and engineering management. This course involves mathematical models for expenditure analysis under uncertainty; investment decision criteria; capital planning and budgeting; and decisions involving expansion, acquisitions, replacement, and disinvestment. Prerequisite: ISE 690.

ISE 626 - INTRO OPERATIONS RESEARCH

Semester Hours: 3

Philosophy and methodology of operations research. Includes linear programming, game theory, sequencing, and networks.

ISE 627 - ENGINEERING SYSTEMS

Semester Hours: 3

Development of a systems-scientific framework for the integration of systems theory, systems thinking, systems engineering, and systems management. Emphasis is on the conception, design, and management of systems to accommodate complex environments.

ISE 637 - SYSTEMS MODELING & ANALYSIS

Semester Hours: 3

System analysis and modeling of large complex systems using systems engineering fundamentals. Life cycle simulations developed as a focus for the multidisciplinary analysis integration using computational systems engineering techniques including probability, statistics, design of experiments, response surfaces, and optimization. State of the art software tools will be used for simulation development.

ISE 638 - ENGINEERING RELIABILITY

Semester Hours: 3

Methodology of reliability prediction including application of discrete and continuous distribution models. Reliability estimation, reliability logic diagrams, life testing, and reliability demonstrations.

ISE 639 - SELECTED TOPICS/ISE

Semester Hours: 1-6

ISE 641 - ADVANCED QUALITY CONTROL

Semester Hours: 3

This capstone course uses advanced statistical quality tools such as autocorrelated data, multi-variate quality controls charts, response surface methodology, ridge analysis, and evolutionary operations (EVOP). Advanced Six Sigma concepts will be taught and students will have the opportunity to earn a Black Belt in Six Sigma upon successful completion of the certification exam and an acceptable project.

ISE 690 - STATISTICAL METHODS FOR ENGR

Semester Hours: 3

Application of statistics for estimation and inference using parametric and nonparametric methods. Descriptive statistics, sampling distributions, point and interval estimates, tests of hypotheses, ANOVA, and linear regression.

ISE 696 - GRAD INTERN ISE ENGR

Semester Hours: 1-9

Active involvement in an engineering project in an engineering enterprise, professional organization, or government agency that has particular interest and relevance to the graduate student. Permission of ISE faculty member required.

ISE 697 - INDUS & SYSTEMS ENGR PROJECT I

Semester Hours: 3-9

Application oriented student project designed to show competence in Industrial and Systems Engineering.

ISE 698 - IND & SYSTEMS ENGR PROJECT II

Semester Hours: 3-9

Required each semester student is working and receiving direction on a master's thesis. Minimum of two semesters and 6 hours required for M.S.E. students. A maximum of 9 hours of credit is awarded upon successful completion of master's thesis. Prerequisite: ISE 697.

ISE 699 - MASTER'S THESIS

Semester Hours: 1-9

Required each semester student is working and receiving direction on a master's thesis. Minimum of two semesters and 6 hours required for M.S.E. students. A maximum of 9 hours of credit is awarded upon successful completion of master's thesis. The 1 hour option is only available to students who have successfully defended their thesis and submitted it for approval, but do not meet the deadlines for graduation in the semester submitted. Students may only use the 1 hour option once in their career.

ISE 726 - SYSTEMS MODELING

Semester Hours: 3

The capstone course for the operations research option studies the philosophy and methodology for modeling probabilistic systems. Includes Markov processes, queueing theory, and inventory theory. Team project required. Prerequisite: ISE 690 and (ISE 626 or ISE 627).

ISE 734 - DECISION ANALYSIS

Semester Hours: 3

Decision making for systems engineering and engineering management, with an emphasis on applications to complex systems. Builds a rigorous foundation in decision making under uncertainty using expected utility theory. Topics include decision trees, value models, predictive models, preferences and bias. Prerequisite: ISE 690.

ISE 739 - SELECTED TOPICS/ISE

Semester Hours: 1-6

ISE 761 - EVOL THRY ENG MGMT/IND SYS ENG

Semester Hours: 3

Development of applicable engineering management or industrial and systems engineering theory using classical concepts, contemporary studies and practices at successful technology-based organizations.

ISE 790 - ADV STATISTICAL APPLICATIONS

Semester Hours: 3

Continuation of ISE 690 with extension to regression models and nonparametric methods. Prerequisite: ISE 690.

ISE 799 - DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

Semester Hours: 3-9

Required each semester student is enrolled and receiving direction on doctoral dissertation.