Industrial Engineering Management Methods (ME 461.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
ME 461 02 January 2016 Sonya Vanderby (primary instructor)

Description

This course introduces Industrial Engineering methods with a particular focus on operations research and management science. This will include an introduction to Industrial Engineering tools and techniques for quantitative decision making including forecasting methods, linear programming, queuing theory and resource capacity management, network models, inventory management and economic order quantity analysis. This course will apply statistical and mathematical methods to address challenges and complex decisions faced by many engineers in management situations and will equip engineers who pursue leadership roles in engineering with analytical and quantitative methods that enable them to make sound, justifiable decisions based on evidence and data.

Prerequisite(s)

ME 251 or GE 210

Note

Students with credit for the ME 498 offering of this course will not receive credit for this course.

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