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Minor in Industrial Engineering (IE)

Admission to the Industrial Engineering minor requires completion of Calculus I and Calculus II (or equivalents) with a grade of C or higher, and a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 or higher.

The Industrial Engineering minor requires completion of six courses (18 credits). The minor must include at least three courses (9 credits) that are not used to satisfy the requirements of the student’s major(s) or other minors.

The Industrial Engineering minor may result in courses with prerequisites for some of the chosen courses meeting the minor requirements.  Students who are not in majors that require these prerequisites must plan to take them in addition to the minor requirements.

Each course taken to satisfy the requirements for the minor must be completed with a grade of C or higher.

Required Courses (12 credits)  
EST 280   Fundamentals of Industrial Engineering: Industrial Engineering & Management Practices
EST 342 Industrial Engineering Ops Research, or AMS 341 Operations Research I: Deterministic Models
EST 392   Engineering Economics must be replaced with
       (AMS 318: Financial Mathematics, OR ECO 108 Introduction to Economics)
AMS 310 Probability & Statistics (or equivalent ECO 320 Mathematical Statistics)

Elective Courses (6 credits)

AMS 210 Linear Algebra

AMS 301 Finite Mathematical Structures

AMS 315 Data Analysis                              
AMS 342 Operations Research II: Stochastic Models
ESM 455: Materials and Processes in Manufacturing Design
EST 305 Applications Software for Information Management
EST 326 Management for Engineers                     
MEC 203 Engineering Graphics and CAD

MEC 225 Fundamentals of Machining Practices

MEC 226 Modern Machining Practices
MEC 325: Manufacturing Processes

Note: other CEAS course with approval of the department

Specialization in Industrial Engineering (IE)

The Industrial Engineering specialization requires completion of seven courses (21 credits). The specialization must not include courses that are used to satisfy the requirements of the student's TSM major.