Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering - Leading Process and Product Improvement

Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering

Electives

Students must take at least 18 credits of electives chosen from the graduate offerings in consultation with their advisor and dissertation committee. The courses must be appropiate to the students' research interests.

Possible elective courses are:

  ECON 6190 Introduction to Econometrics 3 credits
  STAT 5600 Applied Probability 3 credits
  STAT 5630 Sample Survey Methods 3 credits
  STAT 5660 Nonparametric Statistical Methods 3 credits
  STAT 5680 Regression Analysis 3 credits
  MATH 6020 Mathematical Modeling I 3 credits
  MATH 6050 Optimization 3 credits
  STAT 6600 Statistical Inference I 4 credits
  STAT 6610 Multivariate Statistical Analysis 3 credits
  STAT 6620 Applied Linear Models 3 credits
  STAT 6640 Design of Experiments I 3 credits
  STAT 5820 Time Series Analysis 3 credits
  MGMT 6550 Organization Theory 3 credits
  COM 6730 Conflict Management 3 credits
  COM 6820 Organizational Communication 3 credits
  SOC 6810 Advanced Multivariate Analysis 3 credits
  SOC 6820 Qualitative Methods 3 credits
  ME 6730 Power Plant Design 3 credits
  IME 6420 Ergonomics and Occupational Biomechanics 3 credits
  IME 6560 Material Selection and Processing 3 credits
  IME 6810 Process Monitoring and Control 3 credits
  ECE 6700 Modern Control Theory 3 credits
  ECE 6950 Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering 3 credits

Additional courses may be added based on the background and professional needs of individual candidates.

 

Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
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