Undergraduate Curriculum Overview

A major in industrial engineering requires completion of the following courses:
  1. Engineering 101, 201, 220, 252, 301, 310, 320, 330, 350, 356, 373, 420, 467, 468, 470, and 480
  2. Physics 200, 201, 202, and 220
  3. Mathematics 201, 202, 203, 304, and 306
  4. Chemistry 111 and 111L (or Chemistry 101)
  5. English 318
  6. Economics 203 and 204

In addition to the course requirements above, the student is encouraged to pursue a summer of supervised training at a professionally related site off campus. No additional minor or collateral is required.

The minimum number of semester hours required in engineering (ENGR) courses is 51. The minimum number of semester hours in all courses (major and nonmajor) required for the industrial engineering degree is 122.

Upon earning credit toward graduation (grade of D or better) in ENGR 252, industrial engineering majors receive the designation of “Upper-Level Engineering Students.”  Upper-Level Engineering Students are subject to higher tuition for their remaining semesters of studies (normally their last 4 semesters) as detailed in the University’s Tuition & Fees publication.

IE Course Curriculum (by Number)

The following courses are part of the Industrial Engineering curriculum:

View the current IE program curriculum by course number here.

Sample Four Year Plan

View a sample 4-year IE program curriculum semester by semester here.

Four Year Curriculum Map

View the IE four-year curriculum map here.