The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering is a 4-year undergraduate curriculum that prepares students for a productive industrial engineering career. The objective of the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering is to foster a world-class industrial engineering education in collaboration with industry. The department is committed to graduate competent industrial engineers equipped with the proficiency to adapt to technological and societal changes, and who are poised to excel in the field. The educational objectives are: -
- to impart a basic understanding of industrial engineering principles, including analytical and systems thinking and problem solving;
- to provide the proficiency to analyze, design, develop, implement, and improve systems in production and service organizations;
- to build a strong foundation in research skills to enable the graduates to contribute to knowledge expansion by carrying out scholarly research for the advancement of the profession; and
- to foster intellectual maturity by emphasizing professional and ethical responsibility as well as lifelong learning and communication skills.
The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering integrates technical aspects with studies in the social sciences to ensure appropriate sensitivity to socially related problems.
English Requirements (9 credits)
Arab Heritage Requirements (6 credits)
Mathematics Requirements (6 credits)
Science Requirements (8 credits)
Social Science Requirements (9 credits)
Core Requirements (17 credits)
Major Lower Level Requirements (16 credits)
Major Upper Level Requirements (44 credits)
Professional Elective Options (9 Credits)
Students pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering must complete a minimum of minimum of 9 elective credits in industrial engineering (NDSE) coursework offered at or above the 400 level or approved courses from other departments.
(Choose 3 courses) Each of the following courses bear 3 credit units: