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Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) Minor consists of 16 credit hours of coursework (13 hrs of core courses and 3 hrs of technical electives).
The following five core courses are required for the minor:
ENGR 3300 - Human Factors Engineering (3 cr. hrs)
ENGR 3400 - Operations Research (3 cr. hrs)
ENGR 3710 - Principles of Engineering Economy (2 cr. hrs)
ENGR 3720 - Engineering Statistics (2 cr. hrs) or MATH 3470 - Introductory Probability and Statistics —see note below
ENGR 4500 /VE 4500 - Reliability and Quality Engineering (3 cr. hrs)
Additionally, one of the following technical electives courses must also be taken:
ENGR 4510 - Engineering Management (3 cr. hrs)
ENGR 4993 - Special Problems (3 cr. hrs)—must be approved by ISE minor coordinator
ME 4450 (5450) - Design for Manufacturability (3 cr. hrs)
Note: MATH 3470 Introductory Probability and Statistics (3 cr. hrs) may be taken instead of ENGR 3720 (2 cr. hrs). In this case, the minor will total to 17 cr. hrs.