Areas of Specializations: 

 

Industrial Engineering & Management (IE&M) prepares students for management and decision support positions in manufacturing  and service industry as well as public sector, by equipping them with a broad range of decision making skills for a variety of applications.

 

Supply Chain and Logistics Management (SCLM) emphasizes the operational and managerial aspects of supply chain systems, including inventory planning and control, warehouse management, material handling system, location analysis, and transportation management.

 

Rapid Product Development (RPD) focuses on important activities of design, manufacturing, and integration that lead to rapid realization of innovative products to differentiate from those offered by the competitors.

 

Automotive Manufacturing Engineering (AME) focuses on knowledge, and technology required by automotive component industry in the region.

 

 

 

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Program Curricula

 

Core courses:

AT72.02

Production& Operations Management

3(3-0)

AT72.03

Statistical Models and Design of Experiments (*)

3(3-0)

AT73.06

Product Design and Development (*)

3(2-3)

 

 (Note: Students can get a general degree in IME by taking all core courses and selecting any other courses in the syllabus to fulfill the credit requirement)

      (*): these courses are not the required courses for SCLM

 

Additional required courses for IE&M:

AT72.01

Deterministic Optimization Models

3(3-0)

AT72.08

Stochastic Decision Models

3(3-0)

AT72.11

Modeling & Simulation of Discrete Event Systems

3(3-0)

 

Additional required courses for SCLM:

AT72.01

Deterministic Optimization Models

3(3-0)

AT72.09

Inventory and Logistics Management

3(3-0)

CE73.11

Transportation System

3(3-0)

CE73.14

Transportation Economics and Project Evaluation

3(3-0)

 

Additional required courses for RPD:

AT72.11

Modeling & Simulation of Discrete Event Systems

3(3-0)

AT73.14

Rapid Prototyping & Manufacturing

3(3-0)

AT73.16

CAE/ CAM for Product Development

3(2-3)

AT73.17

Advanced Material Science for Design & Manufacturing

3(3-0)

 

Additional required courses for AME:

AT72.05

Quality Control and Management

3(3-0)

AT73.10

Automotive Design & Manufacturing Colloquium I

1(1-0)

AT73.11

Automotive Design & Manufacturing Colloquium II

1(1-0)

AT73.12

Molds & Dies Design

3(3-0)

AT73.13

Vehicle Performance & Safety

3(3-0)