Industrial and Systems Engineering < Auburn University

Courses

INSY 3010 PROGRAMMING AND DATABASE APPLICATIONS FOR ISE (3) LEC. 3. Pr. COMP 1200. Programming and database applications for ISE students. Focus is on algorithm growth as relate to optimization, probability, statistics, and data analysis .
INSY 3020 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY ERGONOMICS (3) LEC. 3. basic principles of occupational safety engineer and ergonomics in the evaluation and design of occupation sour areas and processes that include human operators .
INSY 3021 METHODS ENGINEERING AND WORK MEASUREMENT (3) LEC. 2. LAB. 3. Develops the scholar ‘s ability to design workplaces and methods while providing an sympathize of the work measurements work. Enables students to generate much of the basic methods data utilized in most industrial engineering projects .
INSY 3030 CAD FOR ENGINEERS WITH INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS (1) LAB. 3. Pr. COMP 1200 or COMP 1210 or COMP 1217 or COMP 3000 or ENGR 1110 or ENGR 1113. use of computer engineering to aid mastermind plan in industrial applications, e.g. represent and modify mechanical parts, diagrams, schematics, tools, equipment, office and establish layouts, etc.

INSY 3400 STOCHASTIC OPERATIONS RESEARCH (3) LEC. 3. Pr. ( ENGR 1110 or ENGR 1113 ) and MATH 2660 and STAT 3600. with a grade of C or better in STAT 3600. Modeling and psychoanalysis of decision-making and operations subject to randomness including decision analysis, stochastic active program, Markov chains, and queuing theory .
INSY 3410 DETERMINISTIC OPERATIONS RESEARCH (3) LEC. 3. Pr. ( ENGR 1110 or ENGR 1113 ) and MATH 2660 and P/C INSY 3010. conceptualization, solution, interpretation, and implementation of mathematical models in operations research including analogue scheduling, integer programming and network flows .
INSY 3420 SIMULATION (3) LEC. 2. LAB. 3. Pr. INSY 3400 and ( COMP 3010 or COMP 3013 or INSY 3010 ) and STAT 3610. with a class of C or better in INSY 3400. model procedures for solving complex systems psychoanalysis problems. emphasis on random processes, model build and construction of computer simulation models .
INSY 3600 ENGINEERING ECONOMY (3) LEC. 3. Pr. ENGR 1110 or ENGR 1113. Principles required in mastermind economic studies .
INSY 3700 OPERATIONS PLANNING AND CONTROL (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 3400 and INSY 3410 and STAT 3610. with a rate of C or better in both INSY 3400 and INSY 3410. analytic methods for operations planning and dominance, including forecasting systems, production plan, inventory control condition systems, scheduling systems, and project management .
INSY 3800 MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS I (3) LEC. 2. LAB. 3. introduction to the design, analysis, and operation of manufacturing systems, the first course in a necessitate two-course sequence including Manufacturing Systems II .
INSY 4330 STATISTICAL QUALITY DESIGN AND CONTROL (3) LEC. 3. Pr. STAT 3610. statistical march control and methods for quality improvement. Acceptance sampling for attributes and for variables .
INSY 4500 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (1) DSL/LEC. Pr. P/C INSY 3700. discussion and activities in current problems, the global context of, professional commit, professional opportunities and lifelong determine in Industrial and Systems Engineering. Senior standing in INSY .
INSY 4610 INTERNATIONAL ENGINEERING PROJECT (3) LEC. 3. This course provides students with a real-life work experience in solving engineering-business problems through teamwork in an external set. At the naturally end, students present their project to faculty and industry sponsors. The course is Auburn University Faculty led in which students work in groups mentored by faculty from Auburn and foreign universities and company sponsors. Students will be involved in projects that expose them to theory and practice of trouble solving techniques involving data collection, statistical analysis, computational model, and experimental design of problems related to the service and fabrication industries .
INSY 4700 MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS II (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 3420 and INSY 3600 and INSY 3700 and INSY 3800. continuance of the design, analysis, and mathematical process of manufacturing systems, the moment course in a necessitate two-course sequence including Manufacturing Systems I .
INSY 4800 SENIOR DESIGN (3) LEC. 0. LAB. 3. Pr. INSY 3021 and ( INSY 4500 or INSY 4503 ) and P/C INSY 4700. Capstone naturally in which undergraduate course-work principles are brought to bear upon a design problem in a collaborate industry or institution .
INSY 4960 SPECIAL PROBLEMS (1-5) IND. Departmental blessing. individual student enterprise under faculty supervision involving particular problems in Industrial and Systems Engineering. interest scholar must submit written proposal to department capitulum. course may be repeated for a maximal of 5 credit rating hours .
INSY 4970 INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING SPECIAL TOPICS (1-10) AAB. Departmental approval. particular topics in Industrial and Systems Engineering. Specific prerequisites will be determined and announced for each offer. course may be repeated for a maximum of 10 credit hours .
INSY 4997 HONORS THESIS (1-6) IND. Pr. Honors College. Departmental blessing. individual scholar enterprise consisting of address research and write of honors thesis. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours .
INSY 5010 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY ENGINEERING (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 3020. Departmental approval. occupational safety engineering and management with emphasis on control of hazardous materials, ardor prevention, base hit considerations in production facility design, and alimony, and operation of effective guard programs. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5010 and INSY 6010 /6016 .
INSY 5240 PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY CONTROL SYSTEMS (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 3700. analysis and design of production and inventory master systems with emphasis on quantitative methods, algorithm, and information engineering. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5240 and INSY 6240 /6246 .
INSY 5250 PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3) LEC. 3. introduction to project management for engineer, business and technology including ; project management concepts, project life cycle, planning techniques, schedule and network analysis, cost estimate and budget, gamble management, execution and command, and evaluation and closeout .
INSY 5330 SIX SIGMA (3) LEC. 3. This class covers the six sigma mastermind techniques. The contented emphasizes the DMAIC ( Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control ) methodology combined with Lean management practices through analytic and quantitative tools .
INSY 5400 MULTI-PARADIGM MODELING AND SIMULATION (3) LEC. 2. LAB. 1. Pr. INSY 3420. Multi-paradigm simulation model procedures for analyzing real-world complex systems. stress on model build, and structure of multi-paradigm calculator simulation models using Agent Based Modeling, System Dynamics, and Discrete Event Simulation approaches .
INSY 5450 SIMULATION-BASED PLANNING AND SCHEDULING (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 3420. A graduate/undergraduate course in simulation-based plan and scheduling. Topics include intermediate simulation mold, dispatching and scheduling methods, and execution of scheduling systems and issue chain planning systems using a commercial simulation software package .
INSY 5500 MODERN TOOLS FOR DATA ANALYTICS AND MODELING (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 3010. introduction to modern data skill tools with applications in fabrication and service industries and operations. Focus on the manipulation and use of small and boastfully datasets. Tools include Jupyter, Python, R, and MySQL along with the refer packages that support data modeling, visual image, and analysis .
INSY 5550 DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR OPERATIONS (3) LEC. 3. Pr. COMP 3010 or COMP 3013. Fundamentals for model, designing, and implementing decision support systems for the operation of fabricate and service industries. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5550 and INSY 6550 /6556 .
INSY 5600 ENGINEERING ECONOMIC SYSTEMS (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 3600. lengthiness of INSY 3600. vehemence on design economics and monetary value calculate techniques and applications to versatile manufacture and service operations. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5600 and INSY 6600 /6606 .
INSY 5630 REAL OPTIONS AND DECISION ANALYSIS (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 3600 and STAT 3600. analysis of mastermind and business decisions under hazard and contemporary gamble management methods including statistical decision hypothesis and very options. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5630 and INSY 6630 /6636 .
INSY 5800 LEAN SYSTEMS (3) LEC. 3. Manufacturing system design based on a scheme of linked cells providing a continuous flow of materials. evaluation strategies and analysis tools are studied. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5800 and INSY 6800 /6806 .
INSY 5830 VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY AND TRENDS (3) LEC. 3. probe of the advances in automotive engineering and the impact of future technologies on the design and fabrication of the car. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5830 and INSY 6830 /6836 .
INSY 5840 CONTROL OF THE MANUFACTURING FLOOR AND PROCESSES (3) LEC. 2. LAB. 3. Students work within multi-disciplinary teams to apply the principles of Computer Aided Manufacturing and the Toyota Production System ( TPS ) on the advanced automatize deck. Laboratory features CNC Controls, Robots, Programmable Logic Controllers ( PLC ) and Kanban system. DELMIA Catia, and MasterCAM. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5840 and INSY 6840 /6846 .
INSY 5850 ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS (3) LEC. 3. introduction to electronics promotion and electronics manufacturing technologies including current and future trends, purpose and quality, and manufacture for high volume. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5850 and INSY 6850 /6856 .
INSY 5860 AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS (3) LEC. 3. history of automotive manufacture and the automotive fabrication systems for a typical automotive assembly establish. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5860 and INSY 6860 /6866 .
INSY 6010 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY ENGINEERING (3) LEC. 3. occupational base hit mastermind and management with stress on control of hazardous materials, fire prevention, guard considerations in product facility design and sustenance, and operation of effective safety programs. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5010 and INSY 6010 .
INSY 6240 PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY CONTROL SYSTEMS (3) LEC. 3. psychoanalysis and purpose of production and inventory control systems with emphasis on quantitative methods, algorithm, and information engineering. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5240 and INSY 6240 .
INSY 6250 PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3) LEC. 3. initiation to project management for mastermind, business and engineering including ; undertaking management concepts, project life cycle, planning techniques, scheduling and network analysis, cost estimate and budget, risk management, murder and control, and evaluation and closeout .
INSY 6330 SIX SIGMA (3) LEC. 3. This run covers the six sigma mastermind techniques. The content emphasizes the DMAIC ( Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control ) methodology combined with Lean management practices through analytic and quantitative tools .
INSY 6400 MULTI-PARADIGM MODELING AND SIMULATION (3) LLB. Pr. INSY 7400. Multi-paradigm pretense model procedures for analyzing real-world complex systems. vehemence on model build, and construction of multi-paradigm calculator model models using Agent Based Modeling, System Dynamics, and Discrete Event Simulation approaches. Students must have successfully passed a graduate level naturally in Probability and Statistics or an equivalent run, INSY 7400, or request teacher approval .
INSY 6450 SIMULATION-BASED PLANNING AND SCHEDULING (3) LEC. Pr. INSY 3420. A graduate/undergraduate path in simulation-based design and schedule. Topics include intermediate simulation model, dispatching and scheduling methods, and execution of scheduling systems and provide chain planning systems using a commercial model software box .
INSY 6500 MODERN TOOLS FOR DATA ANALYTICS AND MODELING (3) LEC. 3. presentation to modern data science tools with applications in manufacture and service industries and operations. Focus on the handling and use of little and bombastic datasets. Tools include Jupyter, Python, R, and MySQL along with the relate packages that support data model, visual image, and analysis .
INSY 6550 DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR OPERATIONS (3) LEC. 3. Fundamentals for model, design, and implementing decision support systems for the operation of fabricate and overhaul industries. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5550 and INSY 6550 .
INSY 6600 ENGINEERING ECONOMIC SYSTEMS (3) LEC. 3. sequel of INSY 3600. vehemence on design economics and price estimate techniques and applications to diverse fabrication and service operations. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5600 and INSY 6600 .
INSY 6630 REAL OPTIONS/DECISION ANALYSIS (3) LEC. 3. analysis of engineering and business decisions under risk and contemporary risk management methods including statistical decision theory and real options. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5630 and INSY 6630 /6636 .
INSY 6800 LEAN SYSTEMS (3) LEC. 3. Manufacturing system design based on a strategy of linked cells providing a continuous flow of materials. evaluation strategies and analysis tools are studied. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5800 and INSY 6800 .
INSY 6830 VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY AND TRENDS (3) LEC. 3. probe of the advances in automotive technology and the impact of future technologies on the design and fabrication of the car. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5830 and INSY 6830 .
INSY 6840 CONTROL OF THE MANUFACTURING FLOOR AND PROCESSES (3) LEC. 2. LAB. 3. Students work within multi-disciplinary teams to apply the principles of Computer Aided Manufacturing and the Toyota Production System ( TPS ) on the modern automatize floor. Laboratory features CNC Controls, Robots, Programmable Logic Controllers ( PLC ) and Kanban system. DELMIA Catia and MasterCAM. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5840 and INSY 6840 .
INSY 6850 ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS (3) LEC. 3. insertion to electronics packaging and electronics manufacturing technologies including current and future trends, design and quality, and fabricate for high volume. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5850 and INSY 6850 .
INSY 6860 AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS (3) LEC. 3. history of automotive fabrication and the automotive manufacture systems for a typical automotive assemble establish. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5860 and INSY 6860.

INSY 7020 SYSTEM SAFETY ENGINEERING (3) LEC. 3. Systems base hit analysis techniques including human error and dependability, defect trees, and cost benefit analysis .
INSY 7030 MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS (3) LEC. 3. departmental blessing. Modeling and psychoanalysis of manufacturing systems. emphasis on the development of analytic models of serial production lines, elastic manufacture systems, cellular systems, and facility layout and location problems .
INSY 7050 INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE AND ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS (3) LEC. 3. introduction to the basic concepts of industrial hygiene with emphasis on the industrial hygiene/safety interface and on the evaluation and command of noise and vibration try .
INSY 7060 ERGONOMICS I (3) LEC. 3. overview of the human body systems and evaluation of the physiologic answer of the human body to occupational activities with emphasis on tax blueprint .
INSY 7070 ERGONOMICS II (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 7060 or INSY 7066. use of biomechanics in the evaluation and blueprint of work activities. emphasis is placed on biomechanical model, manual materials handling, tool design, and insistent gesticulate injury .
INSY 7080 HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING (3) LEC. 3. interrogation of homo factors, ergonomics and base hit inquiry methodologies. emphasis is on human information remark, output and control processes with the objective of optimizing integration of the human into simple and complex systems .
INSY 7081 HUMAN FACTORS LABORATORY (1) LAB. 3. Coreq. INSY 7080. testing ground have in testing human factors principles and concepts covered in INSY 7080. experience in proper write of testing ground reports .
INSY 7100 ADAPTIVE OPTIMIZATION (3) LEC. 3. departmental blessing. adaptive search methods inspired by nature for continuous and combinative optimization. Methods include simulate anneal, genic algorithm, evolutionary strategies, taboo search and ant colony systems .
INSY 7120 DATA ANALYTICS FOR OPERATIONS (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 6500. or equivalent. This course covers the broad topics of predictive analytics, data visual image, and adult data in the context of operations analysis. Focus will be on the application of modern computer tools with previously learned statistical and mathematical model tools, culminating in a semester stick out .
INSY 7130 DATA MINING TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS FOR OPERATIONS (3) LEC. 3. or equivalent. This introductory course will cover the most coarse techniques for extracting utilitarian data and models from numeric or categorical data. Techniques include clustering and classification, regression and spline models, kriging, and artificial nervous networks. besides considered are datum pre-processing, model building and mannequin validation. Modeling and establishment under conditions of sparse data will be addressed arsenic well. Applications include those in finance, manufacture, health care, and more .
INSY 7190 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH FORUM I (1) LEC. 1 .
INSY 7200 ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF FUZZY SYSTEMS AND NEURAL NETWORKS (3) LEC. 3. departmental approval. introduction to fuzzy systems and nervous networks with emphasis on their uses in technology applications in cluster, model, optimization, see, bode, and classification. A
INSY 7230 ADVANCED LAYOUT AND LOCATION (3) LEC. 3. facility layout algorithm and the adeptness purpose procedure. Facility location models and their relationship to strategic organization goals .
INSY 7240 PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY CONTROL THEORY (3) LEC. 3. theoretical foundations for the analysis and design of product and inventory control condition systems with stress on quantitative methods and current areas of research .
INSY 7290 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH PRACTICUM I (1) LEC. 1. sketch of contemporary interdisciplinary issues in occupational safety and health. probe of real-world interdisciplinary OSH problems. analysis and presentation of OSH concerns and solutions .
INSY 7300 ADVANCED ENGINEERING STATISTICS I (3) LEC. 3. gain concepts of experimental design including freeze designs, analysis of variability regression overture, and fractional factorials in base-2 designs. emphasis throughout is on developing and improving industrial products and processes. Credit will not be given for both INSY 7300 and STAT 7300 .
INSY 7310 ADVANCED ENGINEERING STATISTICS II (3) LEC. 3. Pr. ( STAT 7300 or STAT 7306 ) or ( INSY 7300 or INSY 7306 ). fractional factorial experiment applied for the purpose of process and quality improvement and optimization, introduction to analysis of covariance, multiple regression analysis, and reaction surface analysis. Credit will not be given for both INSY 7310 and STAT 7310 .
INSY 7330 OFF-LINE AND ON-LINE QUALITY CONTROL (3) LEC. 3. Pr. STAT 7010 or ( STAT 7300 or STAT 7306 ) or ( INSY 7300 or INSY 7306 ). departmental approval. Taguchi ‘s quality loss functions. Taguchi ‘s orthogonal arrays and their relationships to fractional factorial designs. Taguchi ‘s parameter and tolerance designs, on-line serve command concepts and methods. Process capability. CUSUM charts and other summons control charts .
INSY 7380 RELIABILITY ENGINEERING (3) LEC. 3. dependability, alimony, surrogate with stress on failure-rate estimate and life sentence test. Hazard functions, parameter estimate and dependability testing including exponential and Weibull distributions. Markov models and repairable systems. Credit is not given for both INSY 7380 and STAT 7780. departmental permission .
INSY 7390 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH FORUM II (1) LEC. 1. Pr. INSY 7190. lengthiness of OSH Forum I ( contemporary interdisciplinary issues in occupational safety and health ). stress is placed on leadership and mentor of other OSH students ( INSY 7190 ) .
INSY 7400 APPLIED DISCRETE-EVENT SIMULATION MODELING (3) LEC. 3. introductory graduate path in discrete event model and pretense. course focus is on the lotion of advanced model tools and techniques for solving design and psychoanalysis problems in fabricate, servicing systems, and general operations .
INSY 7420 LINEAR PROGRAMMING AND NETWORK FLOWS (3) LEC. 3. linear scheduling and network flows emphasizing algorithm and hypothesis .
INSY 7430 INTEGER AND NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 7420 or INSY 7426. Departmental approval. Integer and not linear programming, emphasizing algorithm and hypothesis .
INSY 7440 DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING (3) LEC. 3. departmental approval. Aspects of consecutive decision making with emphasis on formulation and solution using the dynamic program algorithm. Approximation methods for problems involving big country spaces. solution techniques for problems under uncertainty .
INSY 7470 SEARCH METHODS FOR OPTIMIZATION (3) LEC. 3. Single and multivariate search techniques and strategies that are used in finding the optimum of discrete and continuous functions .
INSY 7490 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH PRACTICUM II (1) LEC. 1. Pr. INSY 7290. investigation of real-world interdisciplinary OSH problems. analysis and presentation of OSH concerns and solutions. emphasis is placed on leadership and mentor of other OSH students ( INSY 7290 ) .
INSY 7500 ADVANCED SIMULATION (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 7400 or INSY 7406. coverage of advanced simulation and pretense terminology design concepts. Includes advanced input/output analysis, modeling concepts, and terminology design/implementation concepts .
INSY 7550 STOCHASTIC OPERATIONS RESEARCH (3) LEC. 3. stochastic operations research models with vehemence on model formation, solution and interpretation of results. emphasis on stochastic processes, queuing theory and their applications .
INSY 7600 ADVANCED ECONOMIC DECISION ANALYSIS (3) LEC. 3. departmental approval. theory and practice of decision making under uncertainty. stochastic capital budget models : decision trees, the respect of information : bayesian approaches, including conjugate and predictive distributions : Utility hypothesis foundations, hazard preference, multi-attribute utility : Financial engineering, real options .
INSY 7710 LIFE CYCLE ENGINEERING (3) LEC. 3. The life hertz mastermind course focuses on diverse life cycle methodologies and tools like animation bicycle design, merchandise life sentence cycle, life cycle judgment ( LCA ) and armory ( LCI ), service, recycle, re-manufacturing, sustainable design, gamble assessment and management and other relate topics. May count either INSY 7710 or INSY 7716 .
INSY 7720 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING I (3) LEC. 3. Processes and tools for technology large-scale, complex building complex systems : architecture, requirements, risk management, evaluation, concept exploration, decision-making, tradeoff studies, liveliness cycle models, decomposition, system match, examination, confirmation, establishment, arrangement mold, business summons re-engineering, sensitivity analysis, teamwork, process maturity and software documentation. May count either INSY 7720 or INSY 7726 .
INSY 7730 PRODUCT DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, AND TEST (3) LEC. 3. This class teaches advanced tools and methods for product design, development, and test of highly complex and boastfully systems including technical specification, dependability, maintainability, manufacturability, testability, commercialize, costs, etc. May reckon either INSY 7730 or INSY 7736 .
INSY 7740 PRODUCT LAUNCH, MANUFACTURING, AND DELIVERY (3) LEC. 3. This course teaches students the issues, strategies, and approaches related to launching, manufacture, and delivering new products or services including customer focus, selling, manufacture and launch strategies, delivery and associate tools and techniques .
INSY 7750 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, LEGAL, AND VENTURE CAPITAL (3) LEC. 3. This course teaches students the US law of intellectual place with major emphasis on patents. Students besides learn venture capital including stages of support, funding presentations, assorted requirements of fund, types of partnership, exit plans, etc. May count either INSY 7750 or INSY 7756 .
INSY 7760 ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT (3) LEC. 3. Engineering management is the branch of management that focuses on leading technical personnel in the management of engineering driven enterprises. This course emphasizes the application of management principles to the engineering of large-scale systems and research efforts. It focuses on the planning, person & team motivation, strategic /tactical management, exchange and risk management and decision-making necessary to manage a caller ’ s technical portfolio .
INSY 7940 INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PROBLEMS (1-5) DSL/IND. Departmental approval. individual scholar enterprise under staff supervision involving special problems of an advanced undergraduate or graduate nature in Industrial and Systems Engineering. matter to scholar must submit written proposal to department head. course may be repeated for a maximum of 5 citation hours .
INSY 7950 SEMINAR (1) LEC. 1. SU. Presentation and discussion of ISE inquiry by alumnus students, faculty and guests. Must be taken at least one term and can not be used in the design of analyze to apply towards the minimum number of hours for a academic degree .
INSY 7970 INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING SPECIAL TOPICS (1-5) LEC. 1. LAB. 1. departmental approval. extra topics of a graduate nature apposite to Industrial and Systems Engineering. Specific prerequisites will be determined and announced for each oblation. course may be repeated for a maximal of 5 credit hours .
INSY 7980 MASTER’S IN INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PROJECT (1-5) DSL/IND. SU. Non-thesis overcome ‘s undertaking. Course may be repeated for a maximal of 5 credit rating hours .
INSY 7990 RESEARCH AND THESIS (1-10) MST. Course may be repeated with deepen in topics .
INSY 8010 ADVANCED SAFETY ENGINEERING (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 7020 or INSY 7026. Topics of stream interest in occupational safety research. Occupational safety research methodology and research priorities .
INSY 8020 RESEARCH METHODS IN OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY, ERGONOMICS, AND INJURY PREVENTION (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 7300 or INSY 7306 or INSY 7060 or INSY 7066 or INSY 6010 or INSY 6016. To introduce students to contemporary and developmental research methods in occupational guard, ergonomics, and injury prevention with stress on the public health model as applied to occupational injury prevention and epidemiology. Instructor blessing may be required .
INSY 8060 ADVANCED ERGONOMICS (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 7060 or INSY 7066. Topics of current sake in occupational ergonomics and homo factors research. occupational ergonomics and human factors research methodology and inquiry priorities .
INSY 8250 SCHEDULING THEORY (3) LEC. 3. Pr. ( INSY 6250 or INSY 6256 ) and ( INSY 7420 or INSY 7426 ). The hypothesis for versatile scheduling methods and models is presented. emphasis is on current research in the schedule area.

INSY 8420 TOPICS IN OPTIMIZATION (3) LEC. 3. Pr. INSY 7420 or INSY 7426. basic concepts and theory of optimization, including saddlepoint conditions for differentiable and non-differentiable programs, duality, approximation, decomposition and partition, illustrated by application to specific algorithm .
INSY 8970 INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING SPECIAL TOPICS (1-5) LEC. Departmental approval. special topics of an advance alumnus nature pertinent to industrial and systems technology. specific prerequisites will be determined and announced for each offer. course may be repeated for a maximum of 5 credit hours .
INSY 8990 RESEARCH AND DISSERTATION (1-10) DSL/DSR. Course may be repeated with change in topics .

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