Industrial Engineering - Minor

The minor in Industrial and Systems Engineering provides students with the knowledge, skills, and experience related to several of the core areas of ISEN including:  operations research, data analytics, human systems design, and production system engineering.  Quantification of uncertainty, mathematical modeling, decision making, and process design are skills endemic to ISEN.  The electives reflect the diverse nature of the discipline and are aligned with the needs of industry.  Industrial and systems engineering, based on the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers, stands as the second largest engineering discipline in the U.S.  Industrial and systems engineers are employed across the nearly 450 industry types as identified in the Standard Industrial Classification system.  Industrial and systems engineering is focused on the economic viability of productive organizations within those industries.  This minor provides the student with a highly marketable knowledge base and skillset that is in high demand in today’s global economy. 

ISEN 310Uncertainty Modeling for Industrial Engineering3
ISEN 320Operations Research I3
ISEN 370Production Systems Engineering3
Select two of the following:6
Informatics for Industrial Engineers
Human Systems Interaction
Operations Research II
Quality Engineering
System Simulation
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Students must make a grade of "C" or better in all courses.