FRESHMEN ENROLLMENT QUOTA

One hundred and ten (110) students.

DURATION

Five years, 180 credit units.

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BS Industrial Engineering Program of Study

General Education Courses, 39u total

  • Comm 3, Practical Speech Fundamentals, 3u
  • Eng 10, College English, 3u
  • Fil 40, Wika, Kultura at Lipunan, 3u
  • GE (AH), 3u
  • GE (AH), 3u
  • Kas 1, Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas, 3u
  • Philo 1, Philosophical Analysis, 3u
  • GE (SSP), 3u
  • GE (SSP), 3u
  • GE (SSP), 3u
  • STS, Science, Technology & Society, 3u
  • GE (MST), 3u
  • GE (MST), 3u

Foundation Courses, 50u total

  • Math 17, Algebra and Trigonometry, 5u
  • Math 53, Elementary Analysis I, 5u
  • Math 54, Elementary Analysis II, 5u
  • Math 55, Elementary Analysis III, 3u
  • Chem 16, General Chemistry I, 5u
  • Physics 71, Elementary Physics I, 4u
  • Physics 71.1, Elementary Physics I Laboratory, 1u
  • Physics 72, Elementary Physics II, 4u
  • Physics 72.1, Elementary Physics II Laboratory, 1u
  • ES 1, Engineering Drawing, 2u
  • ES 11, Statics of Rigid Bodies, 3u
  • ES 12, Dynamics of Rigid Bodies, 3u
  • ES 13, Mechanics of Deformable Bodies I, 3u
  • ES 21, Mathematical Methods in Engineering, 3u
  • ES 26, Introduction to Computer Programming, 3u

Core Courses, 63u total

  • IE 10, Basics of Industrial Engineering, 1u
  • IE 21, Industrial Materials & Processes, 3u
  • IE 27, Probability & Statistics for Industrial Engineering, 3u
  • IE 28, Statistical Analysis for Industrial Engineering, 3u
  • IE 31, Industrial Organization & Management, 3u
  • IE 32, Methods Engineering, 3u
  • IE 33, Systems & Procedures, 2u
  • IE 41, Operations Research I, 3u
  • IE 50, Engineering Economics for Industrial Engineering, 3u
  • IE 122, Product Design & Development, 3u
  • IE 135, Industrial Quality Control, 3u
  • IE 142, Operations Research II, 3u
  • IE 143, Stochastic Processes in Engineering, 3u
  • IE 144, Systems Simulation, 3u
  • IE 151, Production Systems, 3u
  • IE 152, Manufacturing Planning & Design, 3u
  • IE 153, Project Development & Management, 3u
  • IE 154, Information Systems I, 3u
  • IE 155, Industrial Systems Design, 3u
  • IE 156, Information Systems II, 3u
  • IE 160, Ergonomics, 3u
  • IE 198, Special Problems, 3u

Cognate Courses, 19u total

  • Acctg 1, Introduction to Financial Accounting, 3u
  • BA 115, Management Accounting, 3u
  • ChE 2, Elementary Chemical Engineering, 3u
  • Econ 100.1, Introduction to Macroeconomic Theory & Policy, 3u
  • EEE 3, Elementary Electrical Engineering, 3u
  • ME 63, Thermodynamics, 3u
  • Shop 7, General Shop Practice, 1u

Mandated Course, 3u total

  • PI 100, The Life & Works of Jose Rizal, 3u

Elective Courses, 6u total

  • IE Elective, 3u
  • Elective, 3u

Physical Education and NSTP Courses, (14)u total

  • PE, (2)u
  • PE, (2)u
  • PE, (2)u
  • PE, (2)u
  • NSTP, (3)u
  • NSTP, (3)u

Total number of units: 180

List of Approved IE Electives

  • IE 136, Manufacturing Systems, 3u
  • IE 137, Quality Systems in Manufacturing, 3u
  • IE 138, Manufacturing Management, 3u
  • IE 139, Reliability Engineering for Industrial Systems, 3u
  • IE 157, Software Tools for Industrial Engineering, 3u
  • IE 158, Supply Chain Management for Industrial and Service Systems, 3u
  • IE 159, Introduction to Technology Entrepreneurship, 3u
  • IE 161, Safety & Health Management, 3u
  • IE 197, Special Topics, 3u

List of Approved Non-IE Electives

  • BA 151, Human Behavior in Organizations, 3u
  • BA 152, Human Resource Management, 3u
  • BA 170, Introduction to Marketing Management, 3u
  • BA 192, Entrepreneurship, 3u
  • Econ 100.2, Introduction to Microeconomic Theory & Policy
  • EgyE 101, Introduction to Energy Engineering
  • EnE 31, Technology & Environment
  • MetE 143, Elements of Materials Science, 3u
  • Psych 101, General Psychology, 3u
  • Other courses acceptable to the Department of IE and OR

BS Industrial Engineering Program of Study

IE 10 Basics of Industrial Engineering. Overview of industrial engineering, its areas of specialization & the practice of Industrial Engineering Profession. Prerequisites: none. Credit: 1 unit (1 hr lecture).

IE 21 Industrial Materials & Processes. Industrial materials & processes & their effects on production system decisions. Prerequisites: Chem 16, Physics 72, ES 1. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 27 Probability and Statistics for Industrial Engineering. Applications of logic & probability in industrial engineering; random variables & their functions, descriptive statistics, discrete & continuous probability distributions & their applications. Sampling theory. Estimation & tests of hypotheses. Prerequisite: Math 54. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 28 Statistical Analysis for Industrial Engineering. Regression, correlation, analysis of variance, design of experiments & their applications in Industrial Engineering. Prerequisite: IE 27. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 31 Industrial Organization and Management. Basic features governing the organization, administration, & financing of industries. Relations between labor & management. Prerequisite: 3rd year standing. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 32 Methods Engineering. Specification of methods & performance times. Productivity concepts & techniques, methods study & work measurement; wage payment; indirect & expense labor standards; training practices. Prerequisites: IE 21, IE 27, IE 31. Credit: 3 units (2 hrs lecture, 3 hrs laboratory).

IE 33 Systems & Procedures. System documentation & charting; introduction to information management & related ISO standards; system & procedures best practices. Co-requisite: IE 32. Credit: 2 units (2 hrs lecture).

IE 41 Operations Research I. Operations research methodology. Optimization models for linear systems. Linear programming: duality & sensitivity analysis, assignment & network models graph theory. Prerequisite: ES 21. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 50 Engineering Economics for Industrial Engineering. Concepts and tools of economic analysis for decision-making. Interest and money-time relationships. Single and multiple project evaluation. After-tax economy studies. Decisions recognizing risk and uncertainty. Prerequisite: Acctg 1. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 122 Product Design & Development. Framework for product life cycle design, integrated product & process design, development, prototyping & evaluation. Prerequisite: IE 21. Co-requisite: Shop 7. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 135 Industrial Quality Control. Statistical process control. Specifications & tolerances. Acceptance sampling. Reliability & life testing. Quality improvement. Prerequisites: IE 28, 32. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 136 Manufacturing Systems. Primary activities of a manufacturing firm. Manufacturing practices. Prerequisite: 4th year standing. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 137 Quality Systems in Manufacturing. Concepts of quality. World-class quality programs & standards. Performance measurement & competitive priorities. Benchmarking. Co-requisite: IE 136. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 138 Manufacturing Management. Organization & financial aspects of manufacturing. Manufacturing management principles. Prerequisite: 4th year standing. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 139 Reliability Engineering for Industrial Systems. Basic concepts of reliability engineering. Reliability measurement system. Reliability analysis methods. Failure mode and effects analysis. Fault tree analysis. Risk analysis. Human reliability. Life testing, Reliability testing and evaluation. Design for reliability applications. Prerequisites: IE 135, IE 143. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 142 Operations Research II. Matrix approach to linear programming; integer programming; dynamic programming; goal programming; game theory. Prerequisites: ES 26, IE 41. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 143 Stochastic Processes in Engineering. Elements of stochastic processes; queuing theory & decision models; Markov chains, renewal theory & its applications to engineering problems. Prerequisite: IE 27. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 144 Systems Simulation. Simulation of complex discrete event systems with applications in manufacturing & service organizations; random number & variate generation, input distribution modeling, statistical analysis of simulation output; case studies. Prerequisites: ES 26, IE 28, IE 32. Credit: 3 units (2 hrs lecture, 3 hrs laboratory).

IE 151 Production Systems. Capacity planning. Forecasting. Production planning. Scheduling & inventory control. Maintenance. Production Control. Production information system. Prerequisites: IE 50, IE 135, IE 142. Credit: 3 units (2 hrs lecture, 3 hrs laboratory).

IE 152 Manufacturing Planning and Design. Manufacturing process design. Location & layout of facilities. Materials flow systems. Materials handling. Storage & distribution. Prerequisite: IE 151. Co-requisite: IE 144. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 153 Project Development and Management. Phases of project feasibility studies. Project development, evaluation & management. Prerequisites: BA 115, IE 122, IE 151. Credit: 3 units (2 hrs lecture, 3 hrs laboratory).

IE 154 Information Systems I. Concepts & frameworks of information systems. Analysis & design of information systems. Prerequisite: ES 26. Co-requisite: IE 33. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 155 Industrial Systems Design. Total systems design. Integration of sub-systems with concentration on optimal total systems implementation. A project & case study oriented course. Prerequisites: IE 153, IE 154. Credit: 3 units (2 hrs lecture, 3 hrs laboratory).

IE 156 Information Systems II. Implementation considerations in information systems design. Relational database systems. Prerequisite: IE 154. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 157 Software Tools for Industrial Engineering. Introduction to computer software packages for Industrial Engineering applications. Prerequisites: ES 26, COI. Credit: 3 units (2 hrs lecture, 3 hrs laboratory).

IE 158 Supply Chain Management for Industrial and Service Systems. An overview of concepts, processes, and best practices that are used in the management of supply chains. Supply chain management, procurement, customer relationship management, finance, information technologies, logistics activities and case studies. Prerequisite: IE 151. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 159 Introduction to Technology Entrepreneurship. Fundamentals of technology entrepreneurship, intellectual property, industry creation, and technology strategy. Opportunity recognition and evaluation. Business model development. Management of ventures. Prerequisite: Senior standing or COI for non-IE students. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 160 Ergonomics. Origins & development of human factors & ergonomics; movement, cognitive & environmnetal factors in ergonomic workplace design & evaluation; tools & techniques of ergonomic risk assessment. Prerequisite: IE 32/COI. Credit: 3 units (2 hrs lecture, 3 hrs laboratory).

IE 161 Safety & Health Management. Hazard analysis techniques, human error analysis, safety standards & hazard communication; application of human factors & engineering practice in accident prevention & the reduction of health hazards on living & work environment. Prerequisites: IE 160 or COI. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 197 Special Topics. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).

IE 198 Special Problems. Prerequisite: Senior standing. Credit: 3 units (3 hrs lecture).