Industrial Engineering - 5-year Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in Finance

Industrial and systems engineering has a long-standing history and unique place among engineering majors as the academic discipline responsible for the economic viability of productive systems across industries. Industrial engineers are keenly aware of the goals and objectives of the enterprise. Additionally, industrial engineers receive a core curriculum in the rigorous underpinnings requisite for the quantification of uncertainty and the mitigation of financial risk to the enterprise. This 3+2 degree ensures that the successful graduate from the Mays School of Business, department of finance, has a solid background in both the stochastic processes used to characterize and model the uncertainty coupled with the financial acumen requisite to ensure the economic viability of the enterprise. Students of the industrial and systems engineering program will take advantage of a series of internships and practicums that expose the undergraduate to various facets of financial stability and instability in industry. This program will produce a select and skilled group of industrial leaders that will take their place in the industrial world ensuring the viability of productive organizations around the globe.

The freshman year is identical for degrees in aerospace engineering, architectural engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, electronic systems engineering technology, environmental engineering, industrial distribution, industrial engineering, interdisciplinary engineering, manufacturing and mechanical engineering technology, mechanical engineering, multidisciplinary engineering technology, nuclear engineering, ocean engineering, and petroleum engineering (Note: not all programs listed are offered in Qatar). The freshman year is slightly different for chemical engineering, biomedical engineering and materials science and engineering degrees in that students take CHEM 119 or CHEM 107/CHEM 117 and CHEM 120.  Students pursuing degrees in biological and agricultural engineering should refer to the specific curriculum for this major. It is recognized that many students will change the sequence and number of courses taken in any semester. Deviations from the prescribed course sequence, however, should be made with care to ensure that prerequisites for all courses are met.

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
FallSemester Credit Hours
CHEM 107 General Chemistry for Engineering Students 1,4 3
CHEM 117 General Chemistry for Engineering Students Laboratory 1,4 1
ENGL 103
Introduction to Rhetoric and Composition 1
or Composition and Rhetoric
3
ENGR 102 Engineering Lab I - Computation 1 2
MATH 151 Engineering Mathematics I 1,2 4
University Core Curriculum 3 3
 Semester Credit Hours16
Spring
ENGR 216/PHYS 216 Experimental Physics and Engineering Lab II - Mechanics 1 2
MATH 152 Engineering Mathematics II 1 4
PHYS 206 Newtonian Mechanics for Engineering and Science 1 3
University Core Curriculum 3 3
Select one of the following: 3-4
Fundamentals of Chemistry II 4  
 
 Semester Credit Hours15-16
 Total Semester Credit Hours31-32
Plan of Study Grid
Second Year
FallSemester Credit Hours
ENGR 217/PHYS 217 Experimental Physics and Engineering Lab III - Electricity and Magnetism 1 2
MATH 251 Engineering Mathematics III 3
MMET 181 Manufacturing and Assembly Processes I 3
PHYS 207 Electricity and Magnetism for Engineering and Science 1 3
STAT 211 Principles of Statistics I 3
Select one of the following: 4
Programming I  
Introduction to Computer Science Concepts and Programming  
Introduction to Program Design and Concepts  
Structured Programming in C  
 Semester Credit Hours18
Spring
ACCT 640 Accounting Concepts and Procedures I 6 3
ECON 202 Principles of Economics 3
ISEN 210 Fundamentals of Industrial Engineering Design 4
ISEN 230 Informatics for Industrial Engineers 3
MATH 304 Linear Algebra 3
MEEN 221 Statics and Particle Dynamics 3
 Semester Credit Hours19
Summer
FINC 601 Financial Analysis Practicum 3
FINC 602 Corporate Finance 3
 Semester Credit Hours6
Third Year
Fall
ACCT 327 Financial Reporting I 7 3
FINC 601 Financial Analysis Practicum 1
ISEN 310 Uncertainty Modeling for Industrial Engineering 7 3
ISEN 320 Operations Research I 3
ISEN 330 Human Systems Interaction 3
MATH 308 Differential Equations 3
 Semester Credit Hours16
Spring
ISEN 340 Operations Research II 3
ISEN 350 Quality Engineering 3
ISEN 355 System Simulation 3
ISEN 370 Production Systems Engineering 3
Select one of the following: 3
Technical and Business Writing  
Writing about Literature  
Public Speaking  
Communication for Technical Professions  
 Semester Credit Hours15
Fourth Year
Fall
FINC 601 Financial Analysis Practicum 1
University Core Curriculum 3 3
Technical electives 8 9
 Semester Credit Hours13
Spring
ACCT 328 Financial Reporting II 7 3
ISEN 460 Capstone Senior Design 3
MEEN 222/MSEN 222 Materials Science 3
University Core Curriculum 3 3
High Impact Experience 9 0
Professional Development  
 Semester Credit Hours12
Fifth Year
Fall
FINC 601 Financial Analysis Practicum 1
FINC 603 Investments 3
Select one of the following: 3
Principles of Electrical Engineering  
Principles of Thermodynamics  
Engineering Thermodynamics  
MGMT 680 Business and Corporate Strategy 3
University Core Curriculum 3
 Semester Credit Hours13
Spring
ACCT 647/FINC 647 Financial Statement Analysis 3
FINC 605 Valuation and Financial Modeling 3
Graduate Technical Electives 10 6
 Semester Credit Hours12
 Total Semester Credit Hours124

The Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering requires a grade of C or better for required industrial engineering (ISEN) courses. 

The program includes a total of 164 hours which up to 9 hours may be applied toward both the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and the Master of Science in Finance.

Total Program Hours 164