- All students must successfully pass the six Core courses (#4-#9, 18 credits). Please note that students should be aware of the Preparatory undergraduate coursework (#1-#3) needed for their IESM graduate courses. If a student has not completed these prerequisites during their undergraduate studies, he/she should enroll in the corresponding Preparatory courses.
- Students must also choose one of three concentrations: Logistics, Data Analytics, or Sustainable Operations and Resource Management (SORM).
- Students choosing the Logistics Concentration must successfully complete six credits from the Logistics Concentration (outside of the core).
- Students choosing the Data Analytics Concentration must successfully complete six credits from the Data Analytics Concentration (outside of the core).
- Students choosing the SORM Concentration must successfully complete:
- both #13 and #14
- either #15 or #18
- either (#16 and #17) or #20
- three additional credits from the SORM concentration.
- All students must complete the Capstone requirement, through one of two alternatives: Thesis Option or Non-Thesis Option. The Thesis Option consists of #10 and #11. The Non-Thesis Option consists of #10 and #12.
- All students must complete the environmental requirement (at least 1 credit), by passing for a grade one of the following courses #13, 14, 16, 17, or 19, or through any appropriate course pre-approved by the Program Chair.
- A student must complete 45 credits for graduation, and all courses must be taken on a letter grade basis. A cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher is required for graduation. Students who wish to register for electives not listed must get prior approval from the Program Chair.
|#||Course code – name||Credits||Concentration|
Preparatory courses (no graduate credits)
|1||IESM 106 Probability and Statistics (or equivalent)||0|
|2||CS 110 Intro to Programming (or equivalent)||0|
|3||IESM 220 Operations Research 1 (or equivalent)||0|
|4||IESM 340 Engineering Economics||3|
|5||IESM 321 Operations Research 2 (#3)||3|
|6||IESM 301 Analysis and Design of Data Systems||3||Data Analytics|
|7||IESM 311 Quality Assurance and Management (#1)||3||Data Analytics|
|8||IESM 330 Simulation of IE Systems (#1)||3||Logistics|
|9||IESM 331 Production System Analysis (#1, #5)||3||Logistics|
|10||IESM 395 Capstone Preparation (2nd year standing)||2|
|11||IESM 396 Capstone Thesis (2nd year standing)||4|
|12||IESM 397 Capstone Project (2nd year standing)||1|
|13||IESM 351 Sustainable Smart and Resource Efficient Systems 1: Systems and Technologies||3||SORM|
|14||IESM 352 Sustainable Smart and Resource Efficient Systems 2: Decision Making Tools||3||SORM|
|15||EPIC 301 Innovation||3||SORM|
|16||ENV 321 Remote Sensing and Environmental Analysis||1||SORM|
|17||ENV 320 GIS and Environmental Analysis||2||SORM|
|18||CS 355 Entrepreneurship||3||SORM|
|19||IESM 350 Alternative Energy||3||SORM|
|20||IESM 313 Data Mining & Predictive Analytics||3||SORM & Data Analytics|
|21||IESM 315 Design and Analysis of Experiments||3||Data Analytics|
|22||IESM 347 Design and Innovation of Information Services||3||Data Analytics|
|23||IESM 345 Supply Chain Management||3||Logistics & SORM|
|24||IESM 349 Enabling Competitive Advantage through Information Technology||3||Logistics|
|25||IESM 346 Managing Engineering and Technology||3||Logistics|
|26||IESM 390 Integrative Project in Modern Production (2nd year standing)||3|
|27||IESM 360 Computer-Aided Design||3|
|28||IESM 361 Computer-Aided Manufacturing||3|
|29||IESM 362 Advanced CAD/CAM Applications (#25 or #26)||3|