MAT 101 Calculus I (4-0-4) 7 

Functions and graphics, limit and derivatives, differential rules, high degree derivatives, derivative implementations, curve sketching and asymptotes, integral, calculating simple areas by integral, integration techniques.  Reference Book: Thomas, G.B., Weir, M.D. and Hass, J., Thomas' Calculus, Prentice Hall, 2010.  

PHYS 105 Physics I (4-0-4) 7 

Units and vectors. One dimensional motion. Motion’s rules, Circular motion, Particle Dynamics. Work and energy. Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy, Energy Conservation, Dynamics of system particals. Linear momentum and collision. Rotational motion and angular momentum.  Reference Book: H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, A. Lewis Ford, University Physics Vol.1, 13th Edition, Addison-Wesley, 2011.  

IE 103 Computer Programming I (2-2-3) 6 

Introduction to programming in C, variables, data types, declarations, control statements and loops, mathematical expressions, functions, simple input/output, files, arrays, structures, pointers, compiler-interpreter environments.  Reference Book: Deitel, P. and Deitel, H., C++ How to Program, Prentice Hall, 8th Edition, 2012.   

IE 105 Industrial Engineering Orientation (2-0-2) 4 

History and emergence of Industrial Engineering. Topics in industrial engineering: Basic concepts and subjects, fields of working, qualifications and skills of industrial engineers, an overview of industrial engineering curriculum at the University of Gaziantep.   Reference Book: Turner, W.C., Mize, J.H., Case, K.E. and Nazemtz, J.W., Introduction to Industrial and Systems Engineering, Prentice Hall, 3rd Edition, 1993. 

ENG 101 English for Academic Purposes I (2-0-2) 4 

This course is designed to consolidate the student's working knowledge of the English language through reinforcement of reading comprehension, listening and writing skills in academic English.   Reference Book: Academic Writing, A Handbook for International Students, Stephen Bailey, 3th Edition, 2011. 

TUR 101 Turkish Language I (2-0-0) 2 

The course will cover the following: the importance of language as a social institution in the life of a nation; rela-tions between culture and language; the Turkish languages and their geographical distribution; history of the Turkish language; phonology of the Turkish language; rules of punctuation.   Reference Book: Ergin Muharrem, Üniversiteler için Türk Dili, Kaplan Mehmet, Türk Edebiyatı Araştırmaları- 3 Tip Tahlilleri.  

HIST 101 Ataturk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution I (2-0-0) 2 

The characteristics of the Turkish Republic and Atatürk's reforms in their cultural, ideological and historical context. Study of the intellectual foundations of Modern Turkey.  Reference Book: Prof. Dr. Refik Turan, Prof. Dr. Mustafa Safran, Prof. Dr. Necdet Havla, Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkılâp Tarihi, Okutman Yayıncılık, 2011. 

MAT 102 Calculus II (4-0-4) 7 

Advanced integral, Infinite Sequences and Series, Taylor and Maclaurin series, Vectors, Curves, Lines and Planes, Multiple integral and its implementations . Complex numbers. Functions of a complex variable. Cauchy-Riemann equations. Elementary functions. Branches of logarithmic functions. Mapping by elementary functions. Integrals: Cauchy integral, maximum moduli. Taylor and Laurent series. Convergence. Residues and poles. Laplace and Z-transforms.  Reference Book: Thomas, G.B., Weir, M.D. and Hass, J., Thomas' Calculus, Prentice Hall, 2010.  

PHYS 106 Physics II (4-0-4) 7 

Electromagnetic concepts, Gaussian Law, Direct current circuits, Ampere’s law, Faraday’s law, Alternating Current Circuits, Maxwell equations.   Reference Book: Fishbane, P.M., Gasiorowicz, S. and Thornton, S., Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Pearson, 3rdEdition, 2005.   

IE 102 Computer Programming II (2-2-3) 6 

Fundamental data structures: array, record, set; fundamental algorithms: searching, sorting; input/output; batch versus interactive processing; file structure (binary and text); recursive algorithms: sorting, backtracking, game trees; dynamic data structures: list, queue, binary tree; user-friendly approach to input/output; applications on multi-user and single-user systems.  Reference Book: Deitel, P. and Deitel, H., C++ How to Program, Prentice Hall, 8th Edition, 2012. 

IE 104 Computer Aided Technical Drawing (2-1-3) 4 

Description of equipments; Standards, Basic Geometrical drawings, administration of geometrical drawings to machine components; Geometric projection; Dimensioning and scaling; perspective drawings; AUTOCAD and EAGLE softwares; drawing the electronical circuit diagram, Printed circuit board (PCB) design and application project.  Reference Book: Manual of Engineering Drawing, Colin H. Simmons, Dennis E. Maquire, Neil Phelps, 4th Edition, Elsevier, 2012. 

ENG 102 English for Academic Purposes II (2-0-2) 2 

Academic reading comprehension skills are further reinforced through an intensive reading of both scientific and academic texts and techniques of writing are further developed with emphasis on the usage of technical vocabulary.   Reference Book: Academic Writing, A Handbook for International Students, Stephen Bailey, 3th Edition, 2011. 

TUR 102 Turkish Language II (2-0-0) 2 

The rule of inflection (declencsion and conjugation) and derivation in the Turkish language. General rules of composition; various forms of written expression; uses of adverbs and prepositions.   Reference Book: Ergin Muharrem, Üniversiteler için Türk Dili, Kaplan Mehmet, Türk Edebiyatı Araştırmaları- 3 Tip Tahlilleri  

HIST 102 Ataturk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution II (2-0-0) 2 

Analysis of the main political, social, economic and cultural currents in the Republican era. Nation state and nationalism as a major force in Turkey.   Reference Book: Mumcu vd., “Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkılap Tarihi: Atatürkçülük”, YÖK Yayınları, 1997, Y. Akyüz vd., “Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkılap Tarihi”, Ayraç Yayınları, 2007. 

MAT 211 Linear Algebra (3-0-3) 5 

Introduction to matrices. Characteristic equation of matrix: eigen values, eigenvectors and the Jordan form. Numerical techniques for computing eigen values and eigenvectors. Inner product spaces, quadratic forms.  Reference Book: Leon S., Linear Algebra with Applications, Pearson, 5th Edition, 2010.   

IE 201 Marketing (2-0-2) 4 

Classical and modern marketing, marketing planning, Product and product differentiation, sale increasing, advertisement strategies, Market research, international marketing, Decision making techniques in marketing management.  Reference Book: Burns A.C. and Bush F.B., Marketing Research, Prentice Hall, 7th Edition, 2014. 

IE 203 Principles of Economics  (2-0-2) 4 

Introductory microeconomics course. The nature of economics. A general view of price system. Markets and pricing. The determination and the control of national income. Fiscal policy. Money, banking and monetary policy. International trade and finance. Economic growth and development.  Reference Book: Nellis J.G. and David P., Principles of Business Economics, Prentice Hall, 1st Edition, 2002.   

IE 205 Probability (3-0-3) 6 

Basic topics in probability theory; sample space, probability, and conditional probability; random variables, marginal, joint and conditional distributions; expectations and conditional expectations; hypergeometric, binomial, geometric distributions and their implications in IE/OR; Poisson, exponential, Erlang, gamma distributions and the Poisson arrival model; moment generating functions and Laplace transforms; law of large numbers, central limit theorem, and the Normal distribution; numerical and computational aspects of random variable generation.   Reference Book: Montgomery D.C., Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, Wiley, 5th Edition, 2011. 

IE 207 Operations Research I (3-0-3) 7  

Optimization concept and applications, setting up optimization models from problem definition, local and global optimum, optimality conditions, search methods, linear programming problem formulation, graphical solution procedure, simplex method, duality and sensitivity analysis.  Reference Book: Taylor B.W., Introduction to Management Science, Prentice Hall, 11th Edition, 2013. 

IE 209 Manufacturing Processes (2-0-2) 4  

Principles of selection of materials, concept of stress and strain in view of material parameters, properties of materials in tension, compression, bending, torsion under combined stress. Residual stresses, fatigue, creep, damping, hardness, and special properties of materials. Evaluation of the test results for materials selection for different applications. Metals and alloys. Production of iron, steel, and nonferrous metals. Classification of manufacturing processes. Basics of engineering materials and raw material production techniques. Basic machine tool elements and mechanics of machine tools. Metal cutting tools and principles of chip removal processes. Production methods of turning, milling, drilling, shaping, grinding, and sawing. Economic tool life and machining time calculations of chip removal processes.  Reference Book: Groover M.P., Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing: Materials, Processes, and Systems, Wiley, 4thEdition, 2010.  

MAT 212 Differantial Equations (3-0-3) 6 

Solutions of differential equation, first order differential equation; exact differential equations and integral factors, resolvable and homogeneous differential equations, linear equations; Techniques of First order differential equations; Geometrical questions, vertical and identical inclined orbits, high order linear differential equations, Laplace method and the solution of differential equations by Laplace method, The system of linear differential equations.   Reference Book: W.E.Boyce and R.C.Di Prima, Elementary Differantial Equations and Boundary Value Problems, John Wiley and Sons, 1997. 

IE 202 Statistics (3-0-3) 6  

Basic topics in parametric statistics; estimation, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing; analysis of variance, regression and correlation analysis; goodness of fit tests; application in statistical quality control, demand forecasting, and other IE/OR topics; elementary design of experiments and data collection; computer implementations using available up to date statistical software.   Reference Book: Montgomery D.C., Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, Wiley, 5th Edition, 2011. 

IE 204 Operations Research II (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to operations research and quantitative models, linear programming with large-scale model formulation and case studies, transportation and assignment problems, applications of integer programming, network models and solution methodologies, case studies of queuing theory, inventory systems and game theory.  Reference Book: Taylor B.W., Introduction to Management Science, Prentice Hall, 11th Edition, 2013. 

IE 206 Strategic Management (2-0-2) 4

Basic Concepts of Strategic Management, Environmental Scanning, Natural Env., Societal Env, PEST , Task Environment (Porter's Five Forces Model), Key Success Factors, Industry Matrix, Value Chain Analysis, Organizational Structures, Corporate Culture, Strategy Formulation, Mission, Vision, SWOT Analysis, Business Strategies, Cooperate Strategies, Growth Strategies, Portfolio Analysis, BCG Matrix, GE-McKinsey Matrix. Reference Book: Strategic Management and Business Policy: Toward Global Sustainability (13th Edition) by Thomas L. Wheelen, J. David Hunger.

IE 208 Work Study and Analysis (3-0-3) 4  

Productivity and human effectiveness, principles of methods analysis, principles of equipment layout, motion economy, micro-motion study, work measurement and activity sampling.  Reference Book: Groover M.P., Work Systems: The Methods, Measurement & Management of Work, Prentice Hall, 1stEdition, 2006.  

IE 210 Data Structures and Algorithms (2-0-2) 4  

Introduction to elementary data structures, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, graphs, etc. Algorithm specification, performance analysis, randomized algorithms. Divide-and-conquer, The greedy method, Search, Backtracking, NP-hard problems.  Reference Book: Lafore R., Data Structures and Algorithms in Java, Sams Publishing, 2nd Edition, 2002. 

IE 301 Production and Operations Management (3-0-3) 5  

Production line design. Just-in-time (JIT) production systems. Optimized production technology (OPT). Flexible manufacturing systems (FMS). Introduction to production systems, Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM), and Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM).  Reference Book: Heizer J. and Render B, Operations Management, Prentice Hall, 10th Edition, 2011. 

IE 303 Human Factors Engineering (3-0-3) 5  

Introduction to ergonomics; information input activities; mediation activities; physical output activities; work space and arrangement; environment; ergonomics of occupational health and safety.   Reference Book: Niebel B. and Freivalds A., Methods, Standards, & Work Design, Mc Graw Hill, 13th Edition, 2014. 

IE 307 Management for Engineers (3-0-3) 5  

Management functions in industrial organizations: planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling engineering organizations. The organization types, span of control, hierarchical levels and their relationships, partitioning, planning, decision making, implementation, coordination, coaching, control, communication, measurement and evaluation functions, organization theories, reactions to the classical organization theories, organization charts and codes, reasons for reorganization. Techniques of management, the matrix system of management, motivation, appraisal systems, participative management.   Reference Book: R. Medina, Engineering Management, Rex Bookstore, Inc. 

IE 302 Operations Research III (3-0-3) 5

Stochastic Models: Dynamic and geometric programming; introduction to stochastic processes; queuing models; reliability models; Markov decision processors; value iteration method; successive approximations and policy improvement algorithms; maintenance and reliability models; game theory. Economics and engineering decisions; principles of decision theory; generation and evaluation of alternatives; computer applications of operations research, case studies and projects. Reference Book: Taylor B.W., Introduction to Management Science, Prentice Hall, 11th Edition, 2013.

IE 304 Production Planning (3-0-3) 5  

Structure of production planning and control in manufacturing systems. Basic concepts in forecasting, product mix and inventory. Production planning and control at various levels: aggregate production planning, materials requirement planning (MRPs) and scheduling. Current issues in modern manufacturing systems.   Reference Book: Buzacott,J.A., Corsten H., Gössinger, R., Schneider,H.M., Production Planning and Control: Basics and Concepts, 2012. 

IE 306 Simulation (3-0-3) 5  

Definition and classification, random events and statistical analysis, simulation modelling techniques, simulation of resource and service systems, determining distributions: hypothesis testing, simulation of inventory systems, number of runs in simulation, truncation algorithms, simulation modelling of manufacturing systems, management games, simulation of maintenance systems, intelligent simulation (artificial intelligence and simulation), simulation packages, applications and exercises with visual simulation (Arena, ProModel, Simio)  Reference Book: Robinson,S., Simulation: The Practice of Model Development and Use, John Wiley & Sons, 2004. 

IE 401 Statistical Quality Control (3-0-3) 4  

Principles of quality control systems; process control concepts; specification and tolerances; process capability studies; control charts; acceptance sampling plans; cost aspects of quality decisions; quality improvement programs; quality information systems. Total quality concept, continuous quality improvement, quality control activities, Quality standards. Quality awards. Introduction to ISO 9000 series, requirements for ISO 9000 certification, documentation, quality handbook, process handbook, and definition of quality standards, management policy for ISO certification.  Reference Book: Gryna F.M., Chua R.C., and Defeo J.A., Juran's Quality Planning and Analysis for Enterprise Quality, Mc Graw Hill, 5th Edition, 2007. 

XXX Occupational Health and Safety I (3-0-3) 4   IE 403 Graph Theory And Networks (3-0-3) 4 

Introduction to graphs and networks, algorithmic techniques, shortest paths, maximum flow problems, CPM, PERT, minimum cost network problems, trees and acyclic digraphs, minimum spanning tree problems, the network simplex method, depth-first search, connectivity and routing, graph coloring, covers, domination, independent sets, matching and factors, parallel algorithms, computational complexity.  Reference Book: Hsu, L.H., Graph Theory and Interconnection Networks, CRC Press, 1st Edition, 2008.   

 IE 402 Engineering Economics (3-0-3) 6  

Basics of financial accounting. Preparation of balance sheet, income statement and flow of funds statement. Inventory valuation and depreciation methods. Basics of accounting. Definition of costs. Absorption cost techniques, with an emphasis on allocation of overhead in manufacturing organizations. Budgeting. Variance Analysis. Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis. Pricing decisions, special decisions based on incremental analysis.  Reference Book: Sullivan W.G., Wicks E.M., and Koelling C.P., Engineering Economy, Prentice Hall, 15th Edition, 2011.   

IE 499 Graduation Project (2-2-0) 6  

A term project is assigned to each student where he/she can employ his/her background knowledge to solve industrial engineering problems concerned with the design, optimization, improvement, installation and management of integrated systems of people, materials and equipment for all kinds of manufacturing and service operations. 

XXX Occupational Health and Safety II (3-0-3) 4

IE 305 Management for Engineers (3-0-3) 6

Management functions in industrial organizations: planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling engineering organizations. The organization types, span of control, hierarchical levels and their relationships, partitioning, planning, decision making, implementation, coordination, coaching, control, communication, measurement and evaluation functions, organization theories, reactions to the classical organization theories, organization charts and codes, reasons for reorganization. Techniques of management, the matrix system of management, motivation, appraisal systems, participative management. Reference Book: Andrew C. Payne, John V. Chelsom, Lawrence R. P. Reavill, Management for engineers, Wiley, 1996.  

IE 320 Inventory Management and Control (3-0-3) 6  

Definition of the importance of inventory management and production planning and scheduling, frameworks for inventory management and production planning and scheduling, forecasting, replenishment systems, lot sizing, order quantities, individual items with probabilistic demand, special classes of items, complexities of multiple items multiple locations.  Reference Book: Waters, D., Inventory Control and Management, Wiley, 2nd Edition, 2003. 

IE 321 Managerial Decision Modeling (3-0-3) 6 

An Introduction to most commonly used OR/MS techniques and shows how these tools can be implemented using Microsoft Excel. In this respect, the course topics cover computer based implementation of deterministic modeling and stochastic modeling techniques.   Reference Book: Ragsdale, C., Managerial Decision Modeling, South Westerm College, International Edition, 2007. 

IE 322 Monte Carlo Simulation (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to monte carlo methods, probability distributions, markov chain monte carlo, optimization by monte carlo methods, random walks.  Reference Book: Rubinstein, R.Y., Simulation and the Monte Carlo Method, Wiley-Blackwell, 2nd Edition, 2008. 

IE 323 Productivity Management (3-0-3) 6 

Basic concepts and definitions, approaches to productivity measurement, types of measures, productivity measurement and analysis methods, performance measurement, case studies and applications.  Reference Book: Cross, K.F., Manufacturing Planning: Key to Improving Industrial Productivity, CRC Press, 1st Edition, 1986. 

IE 324 Dynamic Programming (3-0-3) 6 

Deterministic dynamic programming, probabilistic dynamic programming, formulating recursions, Markov decision processes, application of dynamic programming.  Reference Book: Powell, W.B., Approximate Dynamic Programming: Solving the Curses of Dimensionality, Wiley-Blackwell, 2nd Edition, 2011. 

IE 326 Introduction to Object Oriented Design and Programming (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to basic principles of OOP and OOD, programming principles using object oriented approach, object oriented programming languages and C++, object oriented methodologies, object oriented system analysis and modelling, applications and project.  Reference Book: Clark, D., Beginning C++ Object Oriented Programming, Apress, 1st Edition, 2011. 

IE 327 Non-Linear Programming and Applications (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to non-linear programming, convex and concave functions, solving NLPs with one variable, golden section search, unconstrained maximization and minimization, the steepest ascent method, Lagrange multipliers, The Kuhn-Tucker conditions, Quadratic programming, separable programming, geometric programming, the method of feasible directions, computer applications.  Reference Book: Grancharova, A. and Johansen, T.A., Explicit Nonlinear Model Predictive Control: Theory and Applications, Springer, 2012 Edition, 2012. 

IE 328 Expert Systems (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction, definition, structures and components of expert systems, knowledge representation, knowledge acquisition, inferencing, user interface, uncertainty, building an expert system, validation of an expert system, expert system tools and shells, applications.  Reference Book: Durkin, J., Expert Systems: Design and Development, Macmillan USA, Facsimile Edition, 1993. 

IE 329 Lean Production (3-0-3) 6 

Definition of lean production, basic concepts, JIT, GT and FMS, Kanban control systems, integration of manufacturing systems, case studies and projects.  Reference Book: Wilson, L., How to Implement Lean Manufacturing, McGraw-Hill Professional, 1st Edition, 2009. 

IE 330 Material Requirements Planning (3-0-3) 6 

Material Requirements Planning in production planning and control, MRP and MRP II, Application of MRP systems, Outputs of MRP system, MRP database, DRP.  Reference Book: Sharma R.R.K., Material Requirement Planning System, Vitasta Publishing Pvt., 1st Edition, 2010. 

IE 331 Innovation Management (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to managing processes in innovation. Common tools include brainstorming, virtual prototyping, product lifecycle management, idea management, TRIZ, Phase–gate model, project management, product line planning andportfolio management.  Reference Book: Trott, P., Innovation Management and New Product Development, Prentice Hall, 5th Edition, 2011. 

IE 332 Work Analysis and Evaluation (3-0-3) 6 

Definition of work and work analysis, The objectives of work evaluation, Sequencing, categorizing, factor comparison, method of score, comparison of works, Wage systems and waging policies.  Reference Book: Niebel B. and Freivalds A., Methods, Standards, & Work Design, Mc Graw Hill, 13th Edition, 2014. 

IE 333 Statistical Data Analysis (3-0-3) 6 

An introduction to computer-based statistical data analysis. Topics are chosen from applied probability, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, linear regression, analysis of variance, categorical data analysis, and nonparametric statistics.  Reference Book: Render, B., Stair, R.M. and Hanna, M.E., Quantitative Analysis for Management, Pearson Education, 11thEdition, 2011. 

IE 334 Information Technology (3-0-3) 6 

Embedded systems, Data bases, Intelligent systems, Open systems, Distributed systems, Data exchange and its standards, STEP, Speech technology, LAN, Vision, Intranet, Internet.  Reference Book: Turban, E., Volonino, L., McLean, E. and Wetherbe, J., Information Technology for Management: Transforming Organizations in the Digital Economy, John Wiley & Sons, 7th Edition, 2009 

IE 335 Introduction to Forecasting (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to forecasting and its importance, moving-average methods, exponential smoothing, Holt's method, Winter's method, Ad Hoc forecasting, simple linear regression, fitting non-linear relationships, multiple regression, advance topics.  Reference Book: Brockwell, P.J., Introduction to Time Series and Forecasting, Springer, 2nd Edition, 2010. 

IE 336 Introduction to Technology Management (3-0-3) 6 

Definition of technology concept in production and service sectors, History of technological developments on a sectoral basis, Relationships with science and engineering, Models for technology development: techno-parks, science parks, research institutes. Organizations and media toward technology surveys and technology transfer, Role of technology in national economic development and global competition.  Reference Book: Burgelman, R.A., Christensen, C.M. and Wheelwright, S.C., Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation, McGraww-Hill, 5th Edition, 2008. 

IE 337 Energy Management (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction: Production and consumption in the energy sector of Turkey and the world, Organization within the energy sector, potential for energy saving, Structure of Turkish Industry and energy consumption, Number of plants in the main and subsectors, Amounts of energy consumed expenditures and working stuff, Rules for energy saving and energy management, Energy calculations: Taking, following, evaluation, and analysis of data, Definition and aim of energy balances, methods of calculation regarding material and energy balances, Results obtainable from psychrometric charts and evaluation of results; Fuels: Properties of lignite, possibilities to improve heating values of fuels, fuel analysis, colorimetric and elemental analysis, Measurement, Instrumentation and Automatic control, Operational principles, prices, measurement techniques and instruments used in measurements, Principles of control and automation in energy systems.   Reference Book: Beggs, C., Energy: Management, Supply and Conservation,Butterworth-Heinemann, 2nd Edition, 2009. 

IE 338 Production Scheduling (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to scheduling theory and applications, job sequencing, job shop scheduling, FMS scheduling, advance scheduling methods and algorithms, assembly line balancing, automatic transfer lines.  Reference Book: Silver, E.A., Pyke,D.F. and Peterson, R., Inventory Management and Production Planning and Scheduling, John Wiley & Sons, 3rd Edition, 1998 

IE 339 Multiple Objective Decision Making (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to MOO, multiattribute decision making in the absence of uncertainty, multiattribute utility functions, the analytic hierarchy process (AHP), Pareto optimality and tradeoff curves, goal programming, heuristics in MOO.  Reference Book: Keeney, R.L. and Raiffa, H., Decisions with Multiple Objectives: Preferences and Value Trade-Offs, Cambridge University Press, 1st Edition, 1993. 

IE 340 Risk Management (3-0-3) 6 

An introduction to practical approach to intelligent data analysis provides practical and tested methodologies for combining structured and unstructured, semantic-based data, and numeric data, in Operational Risk Management (OpR) data analysis.  Reference Book: Hopkin, P., Fundamentals of Risk Management: Understanding, Evaluating and Implementing Effective Risk Management, Kogan Page, 2nd Edition, 2012. 

IE 341 Total Quality Management (3-0-3) 6 

Aspects of TQM, Quality concepts, Deming's principles, Design quality into the system, Quality management, control and improvement, Quality circles, World class manufacturing, Emerging topics.  Reference Book: Mitra, A., Fundamentals of Qualşity Control and Improvement, Pearson Education, 2nd Edition, 2000. 

IE 406 Production System Design (3-0-3) 6  

Production systems: definition and classification, analysing and modelling Production systems, product design and strategic planning, computer aided design and drawing, manufacturing databases.  Reference Book: Askin R.G. and Goldberg J.B., Design and Analysis of Lean Production Systems, Wiley, 1st Edition, 2001.   

IE 408 Project Management (3-0-3) 6

What is a project? Project planning. Project Management and teamwork in projects. Project Programming. CPM and PERT in project planning. Introduction to Project Management soft wares. Policies for timing and budgeting and resource related issues.  Reference Book: Duff D. and Quilliam J., Project Management A Practical Guide, Personnel Publications Ltd, 2010.

IE 420 Product Design (3-0-3) 6 

Basic design principles, failures, simple costing, innovation in design, standardization in design, reliability, ergonomics in design, life assessment, case studies and applications.  Reference Book: Ulrich, K. and Eppinger S., Product Design and Development, McGraww-Hill, 5th Edition, 2011. 

IE 421 Discrete Mathematics (3-0-3) 6 

Sets and propositions: Finite and infinite sets, mathematical induction, propositions, Permutations, combinations, and discrete probability, Relations and functions: binary, equivalence relations, partitions, partial ordering, functions, Graphs: weighted graphs, paths and circuits, shortest paths, Eulerian and Hamiltonian paths, Trees, Abstract algebra: groups, cosets, Lagrange's theorem, Boolean algebra, Language theory and grammars.  Reference Book: Biggs, N.L., Discrete Mathematics, Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition, 2002. 

IE 422 Computational Statistics (3-0-3) 6 

Computer applications of Basic probability theory: Sample space, events, probability, discrete and continuous random variable; expectations and conditional expectation. Inferential statistics: Sampling theory; parameter estimation-point and interval estimation; hypothesis testing; applications in statistical quality control; reliability and queuing models.  Reference Book: Givens, C.H. and Hoeting, J.A, Computational Statistics, Wiley, 2nd Edition, 2012. 

IE 423 Group Technology (3-0-3) 6 

Part coding, similarity analysis, production flow analysis, cell formation, control issues in cellular manufacturing.  Reference Book: Kamrani, A.K. and Logendran, R., Group Technology and Cellular Manufacturing: Methodologies and Applications, Harwood Academic, 1st Edition, 1997. 

IE 425 Case Studies in Industrial Engineering (3-0-3) 6 

Case studies related to the courses thought and sample applications from the industry.  Reference Book: Different sources related with any Industrial Engineering topic. 

IE 426 Introduction to Metaheuristics (3-0-3) 6 

Tabu search, genetic algorithms, simulated annealing, neural networks, fuzzy sets, fuzzy logic and fuzzy granulation, application of modern heuristics to various industrial engineering problems, projects.  Reference Book: Yang, X.S.,Engineering Optimization: An Introduction with Metaheuristic Applications, Wiley, 1st Edition, 2010. 

IE 427 Numerical Analysis (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to numerical methods, major sources of errors in numerical methods, polynomial interpolation, solution of non-linear equations, numerical integration, numerical differentiation, numerical linear algebra, computations of matrix eigenvalues, curve fitting to measured data, initial value problems of ordinary differential equations, boundary value problems of ordinary differential equations.  Reference Book: Burden, R.L. and Faires., J.D., Numerical Analysis, Brooks&Cole, 9th Edition, 2010. 

IE 428 Introduction to Supply Chain Management (3-0-3) 6 

IE Fundamentals of supply chain management and enterprise resources planning (ERP), aggregate production planning: static, dynamic, non-linear and lot-sizing models, operations scheduling: flow-shops and job-shops; materials management and materials requirement planning; capacity resources planning (CRP); distribution system management; implementation of manufacturing management strategies.  Reference Book: Bozart, C. And Handfield, R.B.,Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management, Pearson Education, 3rd Edition, 2012. 

IE 429 Introduction to Logistics (3-0-3) 6 

Fundamentals of supply chain management and enterprise resources planning (ERP), aggregate production planning: static, dynamic, non-linear and lot-sizing models, operations scheduling: flow-shops and job-shops; materials management and materials requirement planning; capacity resources planning (CRP); distribution system management; implementation of manufacturing management strategies.  Reference Book: Waters, C.D.J., Logistics: An Introduction to Supply Chain Management, Palgrave Macmillan, 1st Edition, 2002. 

IE 430 Artificial Intelligence (3-0-3) 6 

Machine learning, Search techniques, Data mining, Intelligence Agents, Knowledge engineering, Case based reasoning (CBR), emerging topics in AI.  Reference Book: Russel, S., Norvig, P., Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, Pearson Education, 3rd Edition, 2010. 

IE 431 Thermodynamics And Heat Power (3-0-3) 6 

Concepts and definitions, Temperature, properties of pure substance, equation of state, heat and work, First law of thermodynamics, internal energy, First law analysis of engineering systems, Second law of thermodynamics, Entropy, Irreversibility an availability, Application of the basic principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer, Fuels, combustion, Nuclear reactors, generating units, steam and gas turbines, Design and analysis of power cycles and the associated component parts.  Reference Book: Granet, I., and Bluestein, M., Thermodynamics and Heat Power, Prentice Hall, 7th Edition, 2003. 

IE 432 Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing (3-0-3) 6 

Design and manufacturing, CAD, Geometric modelling, Simultaneous engineering, CAPP, CAM, AGVs, CAQQ, FMS, Future trends, Integration.  Reference Book: Sarcar, M.M., Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, Prentice Hall, 1st Edition, 2008. 

IE 433 Responsive Manufacturing (3-0-3) 6 

Agility and manufacturing, Design for agility, Adaptive manufacturing, Reconfigurable systems, Human factors, Emerging paradigms in manufacturing, Jiggles manufacturing.  Reference Book: Groover M.P., Automation, Production Systems, and Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Prentice Hall, 3rd Edition, 2006. 

IE 434 Mechatronics (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to mechatronics and measurement systems, Electric circuits and components, Operational amplifiers, Data acquisition, Sensors, DC motors, AC motors, DC servo motors, AC servo motors, Stepping motors, PLCs, Case studies.  Reference Book: Kuttan, A., Introduction to Mechatronics, Ram Book, 1st Edition, 2007 

IE 435 Reengineering (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to reengineering concepts, process modelling and analysis, determination and elimination non-value adding activities, activity based costing, advance topics and applications.  Reference Book: Mische, M., Reengineering: System Integration Success, Auerbach, 1st Edition, 1998. 

IE 436 Business Process Modelling (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to business process modelling concepts, process analysis and modelling, process simulation tools and software, case studies in process modelling and simulation, activity based costing, case studies and projects.  Reference Book: Sherry, K.J., Business Process Modelling with BPMN, Admaks, 1st Edition, 2012. 

IE 437 Introduction to Enterprise Modelling (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to EM, EM methodologies, data modelling, information modelling, process modelling, OO modelling, IDEF and structured modelling, advance topics, application projects.  Reference Book: Vernadat, B.F., Enterprise Modeling and Integration, Chapman&Hall, 1st Edition, 1996. 

IE 438 Advanced Computer Algorithms (3-0-3) 6 

Advanced data structures: trees, linked lists, etc,, advance search algorithms for AI and optimization, applications to scheduling, control and design, computer implementations, projects.  Reference Book: Weiss, M.A., Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++, Pearson Education, 4th Edition, 2013. 

IE 439 Introduction to Computer Integrated Manufacturing (3-0-3) 6 

Introduction to CAD, tools for CIM, automation, computerization of design and manufacturing activities, advance topics and applications, computer aided process planning (CAPP), CAM, linking CAD, CAPP, CAM and other factory control systems, implementation of CIM, advance topics and applications.  Reference Book: Sheer, A.V., CIM Computer Integrated Manufacturing: Towards the Factory of the Future, Springer-Verlag, 3rd Edition, 2011. 

IE 440 Computer Applications to Industrial Engineering (3-0-3) 6 

Computer applications to industrial engineering problems such as forecasting, production and inventory planning, sequencing and scheduling, project scheduling, line of balance, equipment requirement, maintenance planning, linear optimization, break-even analysis, economic order quantity. Term project on computer applications.  Reference Book: Lee, R., Computers, Networks, Systems, and Industrial Engineering, Springer, 1st Edition, 2011.  

IE 441 Introduction to Experimental Desing (3-0-3) 6 

Guidelines for designing experiments, Review of basic concepts in statistics, Simple comporative experiments, Experiments with a single factor: The analysis of variance, Randomized blocks, Latin squares and related designs, Introduction to factorial designs, The 2k factorial design, Blocking and confounding in the 2k factorial design.   Reference Book: Hinkelmann, K., and Kempthorne, O., Design and Analysis of Experiments, John Wiley & Sons, 2ndEdition, 2007. 

IE 442 Applied Simulation Modelig (3-0-3) 6 

Simulation concepts and spreadsheets, Financial models and risk analysis using Risk, Dynamic system models, Discrete-event simulation, System modeling paradigms, Arena and visual interactive simulation, Problem solving using simulation, Graphical modeling, Simulation software, Considerations in large-scale simulation.  Reference Book: Averill. M.L., Simulation Modeling and Analysis, McGraw-Hill Companies,Inc., 4th Edition, 2006.