Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
Program Contact: Emre Tokgoz 203-582-7909
Industrial engineers are employed throughout various industries, including manufacturing, health care and service, to determine the most effective and efficient ways to utilize resources. Industrial engineers are concerned with increasing productivity through the effective management of people, processes and technology. Through exposure to the University Curriculum, foundational course work in science, mathematics, major field courses and extracurricular activities, students graduating with a BS in Industrial Engineering achieve intellectual proficiencies in critical thinking and reasoning, scientific literacy, quantitative reasoning, information fluency and creative thinking and visual literacy. They also achieve interpersonal proficiencies in written and oral communication, responsible citizenship, diversity awareness and sensitivity and social intelligence.
BS in Industrial Engineering Curriculum
The program requires 120 credits as outlined here:
|Foundations of Inquiry:|
|FYS 101||First-Year Seminar||3|
|EN 101||Introduction to Academic Reading and Writing||3|
|EN 102||Academic Writing and Research||3|
|MA 285||Applied Statistics||3|
|General Chemistry I|
and General Chemistry I Lab
|General Biology I|
and General Biology I Lab
|MA 151||Calculus I||4|
|MA 152||Calculus II||4|
|Humanities, Social Science, Fine Arts (2 classes; must be from two different areas)||6|
In addition to the University Curriculum, students majoring in Industrial Engineering must complete the following requirements:
|Foundational Courses for Industrial Engineering|
|MA 251||Calculus III||4|
|PHY 121||University Physics||4|
|Programming and Problem Solving|
and Programming and Problem Solving Lab
|Select one of the following Mathematics and Science Electives:||3|
|General Biology II|
|Introduction to Forensic Science|
|General Chemistry II|
|Introduction to Discrete Mathematics (CSC 205)|
|Foundations of Advanced Mathematics|
|Ordinary Differential Equations|
|University Physics II|
|Common Engineering Curriculum|
|ENR 110||The World of an Engineer||3|
|ENR 210||Engineering Economics and Project Management||3|
|ENR 395||Professional Development Seminar||1|
|Industrial Engineering Courses|
|IER 310||Operations Research I||3|
|IER 360||Operations Planning and Control||3|
|IER 490||Engineering Professional Experience||1|
|IER 491||Capstone Project I||3|
|IER 498||Capstone Project II||3|
|Industrial Engineering Electives|
|IER Technical Electives 1||12|
|CER, IER, MER, SER Technical Electives 2||3|
All IER courses that are not required for an IE degree.
One additional IER technical elective or any 300-level or higher ENR, CER, MER, SER courses that are not required for an IE degree.
Depending on math sequence taken, additional UC electives may be required.
Within four to seven years after graduation, industrial engineering alumni are expected to:
- attain sustained employment in professional positions of increasing responsibility and impact;
- successfully pursue professional training, engineering certification, advanced professional degrees or graduate studies;
- demonstrate professional and intellectual growth as managers and leaders in their profession, society and communities.
Admission Requirements: School of Engineering
The requirements for admission into the undergraduate School of Engineering programs are the same as those for admission to Quinnipiac University.
Admission to the university is competitive, and applicants are expected to present a strong college prep program in high school. Prospective freshmen are strongly encouraged to file an application as early in the senior year as possible, and arrange to have first quarter grades sent from their high school counselor as soon as they are available.
For detailed admission requirements, including required documents, please visit the Admissions page of this catalog.