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INDUSTRIAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

Industrial Engineering

Student Learning Outcomes

A. Engineering/Foundational Knowledge in mathematics, engineering sciences, applied probability, computer science, humanities, and social science
B. Professional Skills to communicate in both oral and written forms and to be proficient in working in diverse teams of individuals
C. IE Knowledge/Skills in designing, modeling, optimization, analysis, and evaluation of integrated systems of people technology, and information
D. Confidence in Engineering and professional skills. (Measured through a confidence survey in senior design course)
E. Understanding of Professional and Ethical Behavior to be prepared for ethical decision making, service to the engineering profession, and have the means to continue in the acquisition of knowledge

Program Educational Objectives

Industrial Engineering Graduates are expected, within 3 to 5 years after graduation, to meet the following Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):
PEO1:    Be employed in jobs related to designing, modeling, analyzing, and managing modern complex systems, implementing and improving systems in manufacturing and service sectors at local, regional, national and global levels. 
PEO2:    Have engaged in life-long learning, such as graduate studies and research, certification from professional organizations, Fundamentals of Engineering certification, or active participation in professional societies/activities.
PEO3:    Demonstrate professional success as evidenced by, among others, increased job responsibilities and leadership role at the place of employment and in greater society.

Manufacturing Engineering

Student Learning Outcomes

A. Engineering/Foundational Knowledge in mathematics, engineering sciences, applied probability, computer science, humanities, and social science
B. Professional Skills to communicate in both oral and written forms and to be proficient in working in diverse teams of individuals
C. Manufacturing Engineering  Knowledge/Skills in materials and manufacturing processes, process, assembly, and product engineering, manufacturing competitiveness, and manufacturing systems design,
D. Confidence in Engineering and professional skills. (Measured through a confidence survey in senior design course)
E. Understanding of Professional and Ethical Behavior to be prepared for ethical decision making, service to the engineering profession, and have the means to continue in the acquisition of knowledge
 

Program Educational Objectives

Manufacturing Engineering Graduates are expected, within 3 to 5 years after graduation, to meet the following Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):
PEO1:    Be employed in jobs related to designing, modeling, analyzing, and managing modern complex systems, implementing and improving systems in manufacturing sectors at local, regional, national and global levels.
PEO2:    Have engaged in life-long learning, such as graduate studies and research, certification from professional organizations, Fundamentals of Engineering certification, or active participation in professional societies/activities.
PEO3:    Demonstrate professional success as evidenced by, among others, increased job responsibilities and leadership role at the place of employment and in greater society.

 

Enrollment Data

Enrollment (Fall 2013) Undergraduate
Industrial Engineering 88
Manufacturing Engineering 14

 

Graduation Data

6-year Graduation Rate (Based on 2008 Cohort) Undergraduate
Industrial Engineering 50%
Manufacturing Engineering 33.3%