Programs of Study

Industrial and Systems Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineering is the most flexible option allowing students the opportunity to select electives focusing on their areas of interest.  The required courses provide a firm foundation in mathematical modeling, simulation, and production systems. The option requires 30 credits with at least 21 credits from the ISE department at Rutgers – these courses begin with the number 540. 

Required courses: 
540:510           Deterministic Models in Industrial Engineering      
540:515           Stochastic Models in Industrial Engineering           
540:555           Simulation of Production Systems
540:560           Production Analysis
960:590           Design of Experiments  

Production and Manufacturing Systems Engineering

The Production and Manufacturing Systems Engineering option offers students a rich specialty in production systems, simulation, supply chain engineering, automation and manufacturing.  This option requires 30 credits of course work.  Students take 4 required courses, six technical electives.  At least 18 credits must be taken from the ISE program at Rutgers.

Required Courses:
540:520           Supply Chain Engineering
540:555           Simulation of Production Systems
540:560           Production Analysis
540:573           Advanced Manufacturing Processes
 
Recommended Technical Electives:
540:510           Deterministic Models in Industrial Engineering
540:530           Forecasting and Time Series Analysis
540:552           Production and Manufacturing Project
540:565           Facilities Planning and Design
540:570           Applications of Robotics in Mfg. Systems
540:572           Manufacturing Processes and Control
540:568           Automation and Computer Integrated Manufacturing I
540:575           Advanced Engineering Economics
540:650           Discrete Event Dynamic Systems
540:655           Performance Analyses of Manufacturing Systems
540:660           Inventory Control
540:665           Theory of Scheduling
540:668           Automation and Computer Integrated Manufacturing II
540:673           Laser Based Micro-Manufacturing
540:675           Advanced Engineering Economics II
540:682           Process Modeling and Control
960:540           Statistical Quality Control
960:590           Design of Experiments
22:799:607      Supply Chain Management Strategies
22:799:608      Procurement Management and Global Sourcing
22:799:659      Supply Chain Solutions with ERP/SAP I
22:799:669      Supply Chain Risk Management
 
Students who have taken a required course to fulfill requirements may substitute an additional elective in place of the required course such that the total number of graduate credits is at least 30.

Quality and Reliability Engineering

The Quality and Reliability option, offered in cooperation with the Statistics department, prepares students with a specialty focusing on design of experiments, process control, reliability, and quality management. This option requires 30 credits with at least 18 from the ISE department at Rutgers – these courses begin with the number 540.  Following are the required courses:

Industrial and Systems Engineering
540:560           Production Analysis
540:580           Quality Management
540:585           Systems Reliability Engineering I
540:685           Systems Reliability Engineering II
 
Statistics
960:540           Statistical Quality Control I
960:542           Life Data Analysis
960:590           Design of Experiments