Industrial Engineering

The master degree curriculum is composed of 30 credit hours, of which 18 credit hours will be transferred from the BE degree. There are two options for the master degree; Thesis and Non-Thesis. Industrial engineering students have the option to chose a ME degree as thesis or non-thesis basis. A non-thesis option ME in Project Management is offered to Civil Engineers, also non-thesis option ME in Maintenance Planning is offered to Mechanical Engineers. The required credits are shown in the following table:
Classification of Credits ME Thesis - Option ME Non-Thesis Option
Transferred from BE at BAU 18 credits 18 credits
Elective Courses 3 credits 6 credits
Research Methodology 3 credits 3 credits
Thesis 6 credits --------
Project -------- 3 credits
The lists of transferred courses from the BE degree for the Master degree in the IE program are:
Transferred Courses from BE-Degree at BAU
CODE TITLE CREDITS
INME 422 Engineering Logistics and Supply Chain 3 credits
INME 423 Project Planning and Management 3 credits
INME 433 Maintenance Planning and Techniques 3 credits
INME 521 Total Quality Management and Six Sigma 3 credits
INME 522 Management of Global Operation 3 credits
INME 531 Production Systems and Automations 3 credits
Total 18 Credits
Transferred Courses from BE-Degree in CE at BAU
CODE TITLE CREDITS
INME 423 Project Planning and Management 3 credits
CVLE422 Reinforced Concrete Design III 3 credits
CVLE424 Steel Design II 3 credits
CVLE464 Highway Engineering 3 credits
CVLE432 Foundation Engineering 3 credits
CVLE463 Transp. Planning and Traffic Engineering 3 credits
Total 18 Credits
Transferred Courses from BE-Degree at BAU
CODE TITLE CREDITS
INME 433 Maintenance Planning and Techniques 3 credits
MCHE411 Machine Design II 3 credits
MCHE412 Dynamic Systems - Modeling and Analysis 3 credits
MCHE511 Dynamic Systems - Control 3 credits
MCHE531 Pump Technology 3 credits
MCHE532 Fluid Systems Design 3 credits
Total 18 Credits

Elective Courses

The IE program offers four tracks for the Master degree; Project Management, Engineering management, Maintenance Planning, and Production and Service Systems. The list of elective courses for each track is shown in the following tables.

Tracks