Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering - Economic and Financial Systems

APPH 1040Scientific Foundations of Health2
or APPH 1050 The Science of Physical Activity and Health
or APPH 1060 Flourishing: Strategies for Well-being and Resilience
Core A - Essential Skills
ENGL 1101English Composition I3
ENGL 1102English Composition II3
MATH 1552Integral Calculus 14
Core B - Institutional Options
CS 1301Introduction to Computing3
Core C - Humanities
Any HUM 6
Core D - Science, Math, & Technology
PHYS 2211Introductory Physics I4
PHYS 2212Introductory Physics II4
MATH 1551Differential Calculus 12
MATH 1553Introduction to Linear Algebra 1,22
Core E - Social Sciences
Select one of the following:3
The United States to 1877
The United States since 1877
American Government in Comparative Perspective
Government of the United States
American Constitutional Issues
ECON 2100Economic Analysis and Policy Problems3
PSYC 1101General Psychology3
Any SS3
Core F - Courses Related to Major
CS 2316Data Manipulation for Science and Industry3
CS 4400Introduction to Database Systems3
MATH 2551Multivariable Calculus 1,24
Lab Science 38
Ethics Requirement 4
Environmental Requirement 5
Major Requirements
ACCT 2101Accounting I: Financial Accounting3
or MGT 3000 Financial and Managerial Accounting
MATH 2603Introduction to Discrete Mathematics 14
ISYE 2027Probability with Applications3
ISYE 3030Basic Statistical Methods3
ISYE 3025Essentials of Engineering Economy1
ISYE 3133Engineering Optimization3
ISYE 3232Stochastic Manufacturing and Service Systems3
ISYE 3044Simulation Analysis and Design3
ISYE 4031Regression and Forecasting3
ISYE 4106Senior Design4
Engineering Electives 6
Select one of the following:3
Digital System Design
Introduction to Signal Processing
Circuits and Electronics
and Instrumentation and Electronics Lab
Select 6 credits of the following: 7,86
Group 1:
Thermodynamics and Compressible Flow
Conservation Principles in Biomedical Engineering
Conservation Principles in Biomedical Engineering
Systems Physiology
Chemical Process Principles
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I
Pulping and Chemical Recovery
Bleaching and Papermaking
Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Environmental Engineering Principles
Construction Engineering and Management
Environmental Engineering Systems
Transportation Planning, Operations, and Design
Computer Organization and Programming
Human Computer Interface Design and Evaluation
Machine Learning
Computational Problem Solving for Scientists and Engineers
Introduction to Computing for Data Analysis
Data and Visual Analytics
Digital System Design
Introduction to Signal Processing
Circuit Analysis
Mechanisms for Computing Systems
Computer Communications
Software Fundamentals for Engineering Systems
Circuits and Electronics
Instrumentation and Electronics Lab
Wireless Communications
Dynamics of Rigid Bodies
System Dynamics and Control
Introduction to Fluid and Thermal Engineering
Pulping and Chemical Recovery
Bleaching and Papermaking
Principles and Applications of Engineering Materials
Thermal and Transport Properties of Materials
Electrical, Optical, and Magnetic Properties
Radiation Physics
Group 2: 9
Introduction to Aerospace Vehicle Performance
Life Cycle Cost Analysis
Wind Engineering
Composite Materials and Processes
Healthcare Design of the Future
Math Models in Biology
Biologically-Inspired Design
Problems in Biomedical Engineering II
Introduction to Biomechanics
Introduction to Biomaterials
Composite Materials and Processes
Startup Lab: Introduction to Technology Ventures
Intro to Microelectronics and Nanotechnology Revolution
Introduction to Coastal Engineering
Air Pollution Engineering
Composite Materials and Processes
Sustainable Urban Development
Introduction to Urban and Regional Planning
Land Conservation
Urban Transportation and Planning
Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems
Digital Design Laboratory
Electronic Packaging Substrate Fabrication
Bio-Inspired Design
Mathematical Biology
Creative Decisions and Design
Experimental Methodology and Technical Writing
Biologically Inspired Design
Composite Materials and Processes
Materials Characterization
Materials Science & Engineering of Sports
Introduction to Polymer/Fiber Enterprise
Introduction to Biomaterials
Electronic Packaging Substrate Fabrication
Composite Materials and Processing
Economic and Financial Systems Concentration 10
Depth Electives
ISYE 4301Supply Chain Economics3
ISYE 4311Capital Investment Analysis3
Select one of the following:3
Economic and Financial Modeling
Economics of Industrial Competition
International Economics
Finance and Investments
Breadth Electives (select two of the following):6
Methods of Quality Improvement
Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling: Logistics
Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling: Manufacturing and Warehousing
Cornerstone Design for Industrial Engineers
Advanced Simulation
Advanced Supply Chain Logistics
Advanced Optimization
Advanced Stochastic Systems
Energy, Efficiency, and Sustainability
Special Topics (Advanced Manufacturing)
Special Topics (Facility Layout and Warehousing)
Special Topics (Linear and Convex Optimization)
Special Topics (Systems Design for IEs)
Special Topics (Design of Experiments)
Special Topics (Reliability Engineering)
Special Topics (On-line Learning and Decision Making)
Free Electives 11
Free Electives11
Total Credit Hours128

Pass-fail only allowed for Free Electives, Humanities, and the Social Sciences elective.

Students must achieve a minimum GPA of 2.0 in the BSIE Major Requirements to graduate.


Students must earn a C or better in all required MATH courses in the BSIE curriculum.


Students may also complete MATH 1554 and MATH 2550 to satisfy Math requirements.   If MATH 1554/MATH 2550 combination is taken, then two hours from MATH 1554 may be used in Area F to give Area F 18 hours.


Only one EAS course can be used toward ISYE Lab Science requirements.


PSYC 1101 will satisfy the Ethics requirement.


Students should choose from the following for Environmental Requirement: BIOS 1107 and BIOS 1107L, BIOS 2300, CEE 2300, CEE 4300, EAS 1600, EAS 1601, EAS 2600, EAS 2750, EAS 3110, EAS 4480, ECON 4440, ISYE 4803  titled "Energy and Environmental Analysis", ISYE 4501, SLS 3120, or PHYS 2750


 Students must complete courses from two different eligible engineering elective subjects.


At most, one computing course (CS or CX) is allowed, including courses cross-listed with CS or CX courses.


 Students must take at least 9 credits of engineering electives. Three credits must be chosen from ECE 2020, ECE 2026, or ECE 3710/ECE 3741.  For the remaining 6 credits, at least 2 credits must be from Group 1.


To count toward the Engineering Elective Group 2 requirement, all Vertically-Integrated Projects (VIP) courses must be approved by the ISyE Undergraduate Associate Chair. And, at least three, but no more than four, credits of VIP coursework may count toward the Engineering Elective requirement.


Students must complete 5 concentration courses: 3 depth courses and 2 breadth courses. A minimum of 4 of the 5 required concentration courses must be ISYE courses. If ISYE 3106 Cornerstone Design is taken as a breadth elective, it must be taken prior to ISYE 4106 Senior Design.


MATH 1113, MGT 2250, ISYE 3770, and PHYS 2XXX(AP credit) not allowed.