IE Graduate Courses

Note: Course descriptions can be found in the University Bulletin.

IE 402: Advanced Engineering Economy

IE 428: Metal Casting

IE 454: Applied Decision Analysis

IE 456/M E 456: Industrial Robot Applications 

IE 462: Introduction to Expert Systems

IE 466: Concurrent Engineering

IE 468: Optimization Modeling and Methods

IE 469: Global Industrial Engineering Experience

IE 478: Retail Services Engineering

IE 479/EDSGN 479: Human Centered Product Design and Innovation

IE 497: Laser Processing

IE 497: Micro/Nano Fabrication

IE 497: Biomedical Process and Production Engineering

IE 497: Data Envelopment Analysis

IE 505: Linear Programming

IE 507: Operations Research: Scheduling Models

IE 509: Operations Research: Waiting Line Models

IE 510: Integer Programming

IE 511: Experimental Design in Engineering

IE 512: Graph Theory and Networks in Management

IE 516/SCIS 516: Applied Stochastic Processes

IE 519/SCIS 519: Dynamic Programming

IE 520: Multiple Criteria Optimization

IE 521: Nonlinear Programming

IE 522: Discrete Event Systems Simulation

IE 525: Complex Optimization

IE 527: Additive Manufacturing

IE 530: Financial Engineering

IE 532: Reliability Engineering

IE 533: Workforce Engineering

IE 540: Manufacturing Systems Simulation

IE 546/ME 546: Designing Product Families

IE 547/EDSGN 547/ME 547: Designing for Human Variability

IE 548/EDSGN 548: Interaction Design

IE 549/EDSGN 549: Design Decision Making

IE 550: Manufacturing Systems

IE 552/BIOE 552: Mechanics of the Musculoskeletal System

IE 553/BIOE 523: Engineering of Human Work

IE 556/ME 556: Robotic Concepts

IE 557: Human-in-the-Loop Simulation

IE 558: Engineering of Cognitive Work

IE 560: Manufacturing Processes and Materials

IE 561/EDSGN 561/CSE 561/IST 561: Data Mining Driven Design

IE 562: Computational Foundations of Smart Systems

IE 563: Computer-Aided Design for Manufacturing

IE 566: Quality Control

IE 567: Distributed Systems and Control

IE 568: Healthcare Systems Engineering

IE 570/SCIS 570: Supply Chain Engineering

IE 571: Product Design, Manufacturing Specifications, and Measurements

IE 575: Foundations of Predictive Analysis

IE 582: Engineering Analytics

IE 583: Response Surface Methodology and Process Optimization

IE 584: Time Series Control and Process Adjustment

IE 586: Machining Process Design and Theory

IE 588: Nonlinear Networks

IE 589: Dynamic Optimization and Differential Games

IE 590: I E Colloquium

IE 596: Individual Studies

IE 597: Special Topics (3 credits)

IE 597X: Convex Optimization (3 credits)

IE 597X: Measurement System Design (3 credits)

IE 597X: Stochastic Optimization (3 credits)

IE 597X: Advanced Stochastic Processes (3 credits)

IE 597X: Robust Optimization (3 credits)

IE 597X: Advanced Linear Program (3 credits)

IE 597X: Weld Design and Performance (3 credits)

IE 597X: Human Factors in Transportation Safety (3 credits)

IE 598A: Additive Manufacturing (4 credits)

IE 600: Thesis Research

IE 601 Ph.D. Dissertation Full-time after passing Comprehensive Examination

IE 610: Thesis Research Off Campus

IE 611: Ph.D. Dissertation Off Campus after passing Comprehensive Examination 

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