Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
The undergraduate program in Industrial engineering has been designed to offer high quality, up-to-date and internationally recognized education program. It is prepared to contain scientific and technological foundations, integrated knowledge, and skills of the applied sciences, engineering sciences, and industrial engineering sciences. It is, also, prepared to contain the necessary decision-making techniques and tools. This equips the students with the capability to perform their work effectively. Also, it gives the student the flexibility to pursue careers in variety of manufacturing and service organizations and work in related job functions in consulting, industry (manufacturing and services), government and academia.
The undergraduate program in Industrial engineering is based on the knowledge and skills of four main areas of specialization (manufacturing systems engineering, industrial operations systems engineering, logistics and human factors engineering and quality, safety and maintenance systems engineering). All the areas are integrated in a program that provides the students with the necessary principles, tools and skills of Industrial Engineering profession that in turns gives the flexibility to pursue careers in variety of manufacturing and service organizations.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
- Objective 1: Graduates will be able to identify, define and implement effective solutions to real cases in the manufacturing and service systems by applying industrial engineering sciences and tools, contemporary knowledge and cutting-edge technologies.
- Objective 2: Graduates will be able to update their professional skills continuously to design integrated production systems of people, machines, information, energy, materials and financial resources.
- Objective 3: Graduates will be able to communicate and work effectively and ethically as individuals and as team members.
- Objective 4: Graduates will be able to assume leadership roles in their profession and communities.
Student Program Outcomes
1.1 Recall mathematics and basic sciences [a1]
1.2 Gain engineering sciences [a2]
1.3 Recognize the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context. [h]
1.4 Outline the knowledge of contemporary issues [j]
2.1 Conduct experiments and analyze data [b]
2.2 Design, develop, implement and improve a process, a component or an integrated system under realistic constraints. [c]
2.3 Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems [e]
2.4 Use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary in engineering practice. [k]
Interpersonal Skills & Responsibility
3.1 Participate in a multidisciplinary team [d]
3.2 Demonstrate professional and ethical responsibility [f]
Communication, Information Technology, and Numerical Skills
4.1 Communicate effectively [g]
4.2 Engage in life-long learning [i]
The B.Sc. program in Industrial Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET (http://www.abet.org)