Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
- Possess an undergraduate degree in engineering, science, business, or other related discipline;
- Have satisfactorily completed MATH 243, Calculus II; IME 255, Engineering Economy or their equivalents;
- Have a minimum GPA of 3.000, on a 4.000 scale, in the last 60 hours of undergraduate courses and in all graduate courses.
The teaching and research concentrations in IME are clustered around the following six areas:
- Operations Research: Modeling and analysis of complex systems in manufacturing and service systems; optimization theory and methods; multi-criteria decision making; modeling and analysis of;
- Systems: Management of engineering enterprises; design and analysis complex systems; decision analysis; application of intelligent systems and simulation in manufacturing; and activity–based costing;
- Production and Supply Chain Analytics: Design and control of manufacturing systems; facilities planning; supply chain management; scheduling; analytics applications;
- Quality and Reliability: Design of experiments; Total quality management; quality control; prognostics; risk management; data driven analysis; big data;
- Manufacturing Engineering: manufacturing processes; CAD/CAM/CIM systems; measurement/inspection; GD&T; forming; composites manufacturing; and free form surfaces manufacturing;
- Human Systems Engineering: Emphases include industrial ergonomics; bio-mechanics; human-machine systems; occupational safety and other industrial hygiene issues; and ergonomics and human factors issues in aviation/space systems.