|Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering|
Curriculum for INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Major
131 Semester Hours
LOWER DIVISION COURSES
|CHEM||131||Engineering Chemistry (BPS)||4||ENG||102||English Composition II||3|
|CHEM||135||Engineering Chemistry Lab (EL)||1||MATH||152||Calculus II (BPS)||5|
|ENG||101||English Composition I||3||PHYS||151||University Physics I (BPS)||4|
|IME||106 (a)||Engineering Problem Solving||3||PHYS||151L||University Physics Lab I (EUSC)||1|
|MATH||150 (a)||Calculus I (BPS)||5||SPC (c)||
103 (b) |
|Interpersonal Comm. Skills |
|CE||204||Engrg. Graphics & CAD||3||CE||242||Mechanics of Solids||3|
|CE||240||Statics||3||CS||145+||Intro to Computing for Engrs||3|
|MATH||250||Calculus III (BPS)||4||ECE||210||Intro to Electric Circuits||3|
|PHYS||152||University Physics II (BPS)||4||ECON||111||Macroeconomics (BSS)||3|
|PHYS||152L||University Physics Lab II (EL)||1||MATH||
|Differential Equations I |
or Linear Algebra I
|Breadth||Fine & Performing Arts (BFPA)||3||ME||262||Dynamics||3||18||+ CS 140 is an acceptable substitute||18|
ADMISSION TO UPPER-DIVISION COURSES REQUIRES SATISFACTORY COMPLETION OF LOWER-DIVISION CORE COURSES (see catalog for specific requirements). An "APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO UPPER-DIVISION ENGINEERING COURSES" FORM MUST ALSO BE COMPLETED AND APPROVED. This form is available online and and in the Engineering Student Services Office.
UPPER DIVISION COURSES
|IME||335||Intro to Info Processing Systems||3||IME||415||OR – Deterministic Models||3|
|IME||345||Engineering Econ. Analysis (e)||3||IME||451||Methods Design & Work Meas.||3|
|IME||370||Manufacturing Processes||3||IME||465||Design & Control of Quality System||3|
|IME||375||3-D Modeling in Product Design||3||IME||470||Manufacturing Systems||3|
|STAT||380||Stats for Applications (BICS)||3||Breadth||Life Sciences (BLS); Health Experience (EH)||3|
|PHYS||320||Intro to Industrial/Org. Psych.||3||18||15|
|IME||468||OR – Simulation (e)||3||IME||490||Integrated Engineering Design||3|
|IME||483||Production Planning & Control (e)||3||IME||XXX||IE Elective II**||3|
|IME||484||Facilities Planning||3||IME||XXX||IE Elective III**||3|
|IME||XXX||IE Elective I**||3||IS||XXX||Interdisciplinary Studies (d) (IS) / Global Cultures (EGC)||3|
|IME||476||Plantwide Process Control||3||PHIL||323||Engrg, Ethics & Professionalism (BHUM)||3|
(a) IME 106 is restricted to entry freshmen in engineering only. Transfer students with more than 16 credit hours must fulfill this requirement with PHIL 106 or equivalent.
(b) SPC 103 or IS375 satisfies the Intergroup Relations requirement and it is, therefore, recommended. However, if SPC 104 or 105 is taken instead, then an additional course from the list of Intergroup Relations courses in the current SIUE Undergraduate Catalog must also be taken.
(c) The General Education courses listed in the curriculum guide meet Option A of the skills requirement. A student who wishes to select Option B may replace IME 106 and SPC 103 or 104 or 105 with two semesters of a foreign language (101 and 102). An appropriate course is required to meet the Intergroup Relations requirement for students selecting Option B (see current SIUE Undergraduate Catalog).
(d) In order to satisfy the International Issues (II) or International Culture (IC) requirement, FL 111a, 111b, or 111c or IS 324, 326, 336, 340, 375, 377, or 400 should be considered. If not, an additional course from the list of II/IC courses in the current SIUE Undergraduate Catalog must also be taken.
(e) A grade of “C” or better is required for graduation
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING ELECTIVESNot all elective courses are offered every year. The courses to be offered are selected from the list below on the basis of student demand and faculty availability. Elective courses have 1.5 hours of design as a minimum.
Three required electives must come from the following list, with at least two electives from the IME classification:
|Approved List of IE Electives||Cr.||Fall||Spring||Summer|
|IME||430||Managing Engineering and Technology||3||X|
|IME||458||Human Factors Engineering||3||X|
|IME||461||OR – Stochastic Models||3||X|
|IME||467||Total Quality and Taguchi Methods||3||X|
|IME||477||Computer Integrated Mfg. Systems||3||X|
For all other approved technical electives, please see the program director for details as these tend to change from time to time.
EVENING AND SECOND COURSE OFFERINGSIME courses are offered during either the Fall or Spring Semester as shown on the reverse side of this page. Additional offerings of many IME courses are available as shown below. (The department reserves the right to cancel these offerings because of lack of student demand or faculty availability.)
|Courses with Evening Offerings||Cr.||
|CE||204||Engineering Graphics & CAD||3||X||X||X|
|CE||242||Mechanics of Solids||3||X|
|ECE||210||Introduction to Electric Circuits||3||X||X||X|
|IME||345||Engineering Economic Analysis||3||X|
|IME||458||Human Factors Engineering||3||X|
Declaration of Major: Students interested in any of the majors offered by the School of Engineering should seek advisement from the School of Engineering when they initially enroll in the University and should declare a major as soon as possible. Students admitted to programs offered by the School of Engineering shall have met University admission requirements, successfully completed any required academic development and high school deficiency courses, completed MATH 120 - College Algebra (or high school equivalent) with a grade of C or better, and have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better in any completed university course work.
Students with high school deficiencies, those with AD (academic development) requirements, and those starting in a mathematics course before MATH 150 - Calculus I, will require more than the eight (8) academic semesters shown in this curriculum guide. This may require a summer session(s) or an extra semester(s).
Enrollment in Upper-Division IME Courses: The requirements for enrollment in upper-division IME courses are: satisfactory completion of all university and School of Engineering admission requirements; satisfactory completion of English, speech, chemistry, mathematics, and physics courses shown in the first two years of the program with a GPA of 2.0 for non-transfer students, transfer students from articulated programs, and Illinois resident transfer students (2.25 for other transfer students); a GPA of 2.0 or better in CS 140, CE 204, CE 240, ECE 210, and CE 242 (both original and repeat grades are computed in the GPA); and an approved application for enrollment in upper-division engineering courses.
Minor Requirements: 21 hours are required, including IME 345, 370, 415, 451, and STAT 380. The remaining two courses are electives to be selected from the following four courses: IME 458, 468, 483 and 484. Other substitute electives are subject to approval by the Program Director of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering.