# Industrial Engineering, BSIE/ Operations Research, MS

*Note: *This curriculum reflects only course work to be taken as an undergraduate student. For additional course work to be taken as a graduate student, see the graduate program in the *Northeastern University Graduate Catalog. *

Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated. Also complete any corequisite labs, recitations, clinicals, or tools courses where specified and complete any additional courses needed beyond specific college and major requirements to satisfy graduation credit requirements.

## University-Wide Requirements

All undergraduate students are required to complete the University-Wide Requirements.

## NUpath Requirements

All undergraduate students are required to complete the NUpath Requirements.

## Major GPA Requirement

2.000 minimum GPA required in IE and MEIE courses

## Mathematics/Science Requirement

Complete 39 semester hours in mathematics and science as indicated below.

Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|

Required Mathematics/Science | ||

CHEM 1151 and CHEM 1153 | General Chemistry for Engineers and Recitation for CHEM 1151 | 4 |

MATH 1341 | Calculus 1 for Science and Engineering | 4 |

MATH 1342 | Calculus 2 for Science and Engineering | 4 |

MATH 2321 | Calculus 3 for Science and Engineering | 4 |

MATH 2341 | Differential Equations and Linear Algebra for Engineering | 4 |

PHYS 1151 and PHYS 1152 and PHYS 1153 | Physics for Engineering 1 and Lab for PHYS 1151 and Interactive Learning Seminar for PHYS 1151 | 5 |

PHYS 1155 and PHYS 1156 and PHYS 1157 | Physics for Engineering 2 and Lab for PHYS 1155 and Interactive Learning Seminar for PHYS 1155 | 5 |

Supplemental Credit | ||

3 semester hours from the following course count toward the mathematics/science requirement: | 3 | |

Engineering Probability and Statistics | ||

1 semester hour from the following course counts toward the mathematics/science requirement: | 1 | |

Engineering Economy | ||

2 semester hours from the following course count toward the mathematics/science requirement: | 2 | |

Operations Research | ||

2 semester hours from the following course count toward the mathematics/science requirement: | 2 | |

Stochastic Modeling | ||

1 semester hour from the following course counts toward the mathematics/science requirement: | 1 | |

Cornerstone of Engineering 2 |

## Engineering

Complete 57 semester hours in engineering as indicated below.

Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|

Required Engineering | ||

IE 2310 and IE 2311 | Introduction to Industrial Engineering and Recitation for IE 2310 | 4 |

IE 3425 and IE 3426 | Engineering Database Systems and Recitation for IE 3425 | 4 |

IE 4510 | Simulation Modeling and Analysis | 4 |

IE 4516 | Quality Assurance | 4 |

IE 4522 and IE 4523 | Human Machine Systems and Lab for IE 4522 | 5 |

IE 4525 | Logistics and Supply Chain Management | 4 |

IE 4530 and IE 4531 | Manufacturing Systems and Techniques and Lab for IE 4530 | 5 |

MEIE 4701 | Capstone Design 1 | 1 |

MEIE 4702 | Capstone Design 2 | 5 |

Engineering Electives | ||

Complete 8 semester hours of technical electives in the following subject areas: | 8 | |

CHME, CIVE, EECE, EMGT, IE, ME, and MEIE | ||

Supplemental Credit | ||

1 semester hour from the following course counts toward the engineering requirement: | 1 | |

Engineering Probability and Statistics | ||

3 semester hours from the following course count toward the engineering requirement: | 3 | |

Engineering Economy | ||

2 semester hours from the following course count toward the engineering requirement: | 2 | |

Operations Research | ||

2 semester hours from the following course count toward the engineering requirement: | 2 | |

Stochastic Modeling | ||

3 semester hours from the following course count toward the engineering requirement: | 3 | |

Cornerstone of Engineering 1 | ||

2 semester hours from the following course count toward the engineering requirement: | 2 | |

Cornerstone of Engineering 2 |

## Professional Development

Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|

GE 1000 | Introduction to the Study of Engineering | 1 |

MEIE 2000 | Introduction to Engineering Co-op Education | 1 |

MEIE 3000 | Professional Issues in Engineering | 1 |

Additional Required Courses | ||

The remaining credit from each of the following courses will apply to the professional development area: | 2 | |

Cornerstone of Engineering 1 | ||

Cornerstone of Engineering 2 |

## Graduate Courses Taken Toward the PlusOne Program

Minimum 3.000 GPA required in graduate courses

Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|

Required Courses | ||

IE 6200 | Engineering Probability and Statistics | 4 |

OR 6205 | Deterministic Operations Research | 4 |

OR 7230 | Probabilistic Operation Research | 4 |

OR 7245 | Network Analysis and Advanced Optimization | 4 |

or MATH 7234 | Optimization and Complexity | |

The remaining 16 credits can be taken by one of the following three options: | 16 | |

3. Four courses (total of 16 credits) from the list below. | ||

Graduate Electives | ||

Note: Students may choose any of the following electives and are not bound to any one category. The courses appear under various subject headings for information purposes only. Students may take other course work with the approval of their advisor. For courses outside the list below, a petition form must be submitted to the student's advisor and approved by the Graduate School of Engineering. | ||

Operations Research | ||

Inventory Theory | ||

Integer and Nonlinear Optimization | ||

Multi-Criteria Decision Making | ||

Constraint Programming | ||

Logistics, Warehousing, and Scheduling | ||

Combinatorial Optimization | ||

Industrial and Systems Engineering | ||

Healthcare Systems Modeling and Analysis | ||

Systems Engineering in Public Programs | ||

Lean Concepts and Applications | ||

Mass Customization | ||

Biosensor and Human Behavior Measurement | ||

Manufacturing Methods and Processes | ||

Neural Networks in Engineering | ||

Supply Chain Engineering | ||

Simulation Analysis | ||

Intelligent Manufacturing | ||

Data Mining in Engineering | ||

Statistical Methods in Engineering | ||

Statistical Quality Control | ||

Reliability Analysis and Risk Assessment | ||

Human Factors Engineering | ||

Computer Science/Information Systems | ||

Machine Learning | ||

Theory of Computation | ||

Concepts of Object-Oriented Design | ||

Pattern Recognition | ||

Program Structure and Algorithms | ||

Data Management and Database Design | ||

Concepts of Object-Oriented Design | ||

User Experience Design and Testing | ||

Engineering Management | ||

Engineering Project Management | ||

Engineering/Organizational Psychology | ||

Economic Decision Making | ||

Financial Management for Engineers | ||

Mathematics | ||

Combinatorial Analysis | ||

Graph Theory | ||

Mathematical Statistics | ||

Time Series | ||

Statistical Decision Theory | ||

Stochastic Calculus and Introduction to No-Arbitrage Finance |

## Additional NUpath Courses

Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|

Writing | ||

A grade of C or higher is required: | ||

ENGW 1111 | First-Year Writing | 4 |

ENGW 3302 | Advanced Writing in the Technical Professions | 4 |

or ENGW 3315 | Interdisciplinary Advanced Writing in the Disciplines | |

NUpath Requirements through General Electives | ||

NUpath requirements Interpreting Culture (IC), Societies and Institutions (SI), and Differences and Diversity (DD) are not explicitly satisfied by required engineering courses. Students are responsible for satisfying these requirements with general electives. |

## Required General Electives

Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|

Complete three academic, nonremedial, nonrepetitive courses, each equivalent to 4 semester hours. | 12 |

## Course Work That Does Not Count Toward the Engineering Degree

Students in engineering are allowed to count a maximum of two pass/fail courses toward their degree program. Only general electives outside the College of Engineering may be taken on a pass/fail grading basis. A maximum of one pass/fail course is allowed per semester.

## Program Requirements

153 total semester hours required for the BS/MS degree

Minimum 3.000 GPA required in all graduate courses

## Five Years, Two Co-ops in Summer 2/Fall

Year 1 | |||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | Summer 1 | Hours | Summer 2 | Hours |

MATH 1341 (FQ) | 4 | MATH 1342 (FQ) | 4 | Vacation | Vacation | ||

CHEM 1151 | 4 | PHYS 1151 (ND) | 3 | ||||

CHEM 1153 | 0 | PHYS 1152 (AD) | 1 | ||||

GE 1000 | 1 | PHYS 1153 | 1 | ||||

GE 1501 | 4 | GE 1502 (ER) | 4 | ||||

ENGW 1111 (WF) | 4 | General elective | 4 | ||||

17 | 17 | 0 | 0 | ||||

Year 2 | |||||||

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | Summer 1 | Hours | Summer 2 | Hours |

MATH 2321 (FQ) | 4 | MATH 2341 | 4 | Vacation | Co-op | ||

PHYS 1155 (ND) | 3 | IE 3412 (AD) | 4 | ||||

PHYS 1156 (AD) | 1 | IE 4512 | 4 | ||||

PHYS 1157 | 1 | General elective | 4 | ||||

IE 2310 (WI) | 4 | MEIE 2000 | 1 | ||||

IE 3425 | 4 | ||||||

IE 2311 | 0 | ||||||

IE 3426 | 0 | ||||||

17 | 17 | 0 | 0 | ||||

Year 3 | |||||||

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | Summer 1 | Hours | Summer 2 | Hours |

Co-op | IE 4515 | 4 | ENGW 3302 (WD) | 4 | Co-op | ||

IE 4516 | 4 | General elective | 4 | ||||

IE 4510 | 4 | ||||||

Undergraduate technical elective | 4 | ||||||

0 | 16 | 8 | 0 | ||||

Year 4 | |||||||

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | Summer 1 | Hours | Summer 2 | Hours |

Co-op | IE 4520 | 4 | IE 4530 | 4 | Vacation | ||

IE 4525 | 4 | IE 4531 | 1 | ||||

MEIE 3000 | 1 | Graduate elective | 4 | ||||

IE 6200 | 4 | MEIE 4701 (EI, WI, CE) | 1 | ||||

Graduate elective | 4 | ||||||

0 | 17 | 10 | 0 | ||||

Year 5 | |||||||

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | ||||

Undergraduate technical elective | 4 | MEIE 4702 (EI, WI, CE) | 5 | ||||

MEIE 6850 | 0 | IE 4522 | 4 | ||||

OR 6205 | 4 | IE 4523 | 1 | ||||

Graduate elective | 4 | OR 7230 | 4 | ||||

Graduate elective | 4 | OR 7245 | 4 | ||||

16 | 18 | ||||||

Total Hours: 153 |

## Five Years, Two Co-ops in Spring/Summer 1

Year 1 | |||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | Summer 1 | Hours | Summer 2 | Hours |

MATH 1341 (FQ) | 4 | MATH 1342 (FQ) | 4 | Vacation | Vacation | ||

CHEM 1151 | 4 | PHYS 1151 (ND) | 3 | ||||

CHEM 1153 | 0 | PHYS 1152 (AD) | 1 | ||||

GE 1000 | 1 | PHYS 1153 | 1 | ||||

GE 1501 | 4 | GE 1502 (ER) | 4 | ||||

ENGW 1111 (WF) | 4 | General elective | 4 | ||||

17 | 17 | 0 | 0 | ||||

Year 2 | |||||||

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | Summer 1 | Hours | Summer 2 | Hours |

MATH 2321 (FQ) | 4 | Co-op | Co-op | Vacation | |||

PHYS 1155 (ND) | 3 | ||||||

PHYS 1156 (AD) | 1 | ||||||

PHYS 1157 | 1 | ||||||

IE 2310 (WI) | 4 | ||||||

IE 3425 | 4 | ||||||

IE 2311 | 0 | ||||||

IE 3426 | 0 | ||||||

MEIE 2000 | 1 | ||||||

18 | 0 | 0 | 0 | ||||

Year 3 | |||||||

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | Summer 1 | Hours | Summer 2 | Hours |

MATH 2341 | 4 | Co-op | Co-op | IE 4530 | 4 | ||

IE 3412 (AD) | 4 | IE 4531 | 1 | ||||

IE 4512 | 4 | ENGW 3302 (WD) | 4 | ||||

Undergraduate technical elective | 4 | ||||||

16 | 0 | 0 | 9 | ||||

Year 4 | |||||||

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | Summer 1 | Hours | Summer 2 | Hours |

IE 4515 | 4 | General eective | 4 | Graduate elective | 4 | Vacation | |

IE 4516 | 4 | IE 6200 | 4 | Graduate elective | 4 | ||

IE 4510 | 4 | General elective | 4 | ||||

Undergraduate technical elective | 4 | Graduate elective | 4 | ||||

MEIE 3000 | 1 | ||||||

17 | 16 | 8 | 0 | ||||

Year 5 | |||||||

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | ||||

IE 4520 | 4 | MEIE 4702 (EI, WI, CE) | 5 | ||||

IE 4525 | 4 | IE 4522 | 4 | ||||

MEIE 4701 (EI, WI, CE) | 1 | IE 4523 | 1 | ||||

OR 6205 | 4 | OR 7230 | 4 | ||||

Graduate elective | 4 | OR 7245 | 4 | ||||

MEIE 6850 | 0 | ||||||

17 | 18 | ||||||

Total Hours: 153 |