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Industrial Engineering

Industrial Engineering - Mechanical Engineering Courses

120: Engineering Problem Solving I. 3-1-2. Coreq., MATH 240, CHEM

100. The engineering profession, engineering problem solving, computer applications.

121: Engineering Problem Solving II. 3-1-2. Preq., ENGR 120; Coreq., MATH 241, CHEM 101. Introduction to engineering design, engineering problem solving, computer applications.

122: Engineering Problem Solving III. 3-1-2. Preq., ENGR 121; Coreq., MATH 242. Engineering design, engineering problem solving, computer applications.

189: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Engineering and Science. May be repeated for credit.

194: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Engineering and Science. May be repeated for credit.

220: Statics & Mechanics of Materials. 3-2-3. Preq., ENGR 122, PHYS 201, MATH 242. Resultants and equilibrium of force systems, stress and strain, truss and frame analysis, torsion, bending, deflections of beams, combined loading.

221: Electrical Engineering and Circuits I. 3-2-3. Preq., MATH 243, and credit or registration in MATH 244. Fundamental concepts, units and laws. Network theorems, network simplification, phasors and AC solution of circuits, power and electronic applications.

222: Thermodynamics. 3-2-3. Preq., ENGR 122, MATH 242. Fundamental concepts, properties of pure substance, work, heat, first and second laws of thermodynamics, entropy, cycle analysis.

289: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Engineering and Science. May be repeated for credit.

294: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Engineering and Science. May be repeated for credit.

299: Cooperative Education Applications. 40-0-1 (7). Preq., Admission to the College of Engineering and Science Cooperative Education Program.

300: European Influence on Engineering. 7-1-3. Preq., Sophomore standing or consent of instructor. European influence on Engineering theory and practice. Engineering accomplishments in Europe. Impact of engineering on western civilization.

389: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Engineering and Science. May be repeated for credit.

394: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Engineering and Science. May be repeated for credit.

489: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Engineering and Science. May be repeated for credit.

494: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Engineering and Science. May be repeated for credit.

530: Engineering Experimentation and Research. 4-2-3. Preq., Working knowledge of statistics. The purpose of this course is to prepare graduate students to conduct experimental research. This interdisciplinary course introduces students to the topics needed in order to design experiments and measurement systems successfully.

566: Quality in Engineering. 0-3-3. Preq., STAT 405. Principles of quality as applied to engineering processes. Applications to the engineering workplace and industrial/academic research will be emphasized.

589: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Preq., graduate standing. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Engineering and Science.

590: Application of Artificial Intelligence Techniques. 3-2-3. Preq., Permission of instructor. Introduction to artificial intelligence agents and technologies and their applications in industrial, mechanical, and manufacturing engineering systems.

592: Engineering Computational Methods. 0-3-3. Preq., Consent of instructor. Solution of linear and nonlinear systems of equations, roundoff errors, stability, convergence, interpolation and extrapolation, finite difference, approximation of functions, DFT/FFT radix 2, random numbers.

594: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Engineering and Science.

622: The Academic Enterprise. 0-1-1 (2). Topics include college teaching, proposal preparation and research, scholarly activities, service, record keeping, and maintaining balance between professional and personal life. May be repeated for credit.

631: Global Competitiveness and Management of Technology. 0-3-3. Preq., Consent of instructor. Principles of technology development and management in a global context, and their applications in the planning and implementation of new technological capabilities.

641: Formulation of Solutions to Engineering Problems. 0-3-3. Preq., Consent of instructor. Approaches used to formulate solutions to physical engineering problems, mathematical representation of physical laws, boundary value problems, variational methods, common mathematical approaches to solutions, approximate solutions, validity of solutions.

651: Research and Dissertation. Doctoral students only. Registration in any quarter may be for three semester hours credit or multiples thereof, up to a maximum of nine semester hours credit per quarter. Maximum total credit allowed is thirty hours.