Pitt | Swanson Engineering
Curriculum 2014

Undergraduate Industrial Engineering Curriculum

This curriculum is effective as of Fall 2014.

Recommended course sequence:

Freshman Year 

Cr.  Term 1  Cr.  Term 2 
17  Total  17  Total  
MATH 0220: Analytical Geometry and Calculus 1  MATH 0230: Analytical Geometry and Calculus 2 
PHYS 0174: Basic Physics for Science and Engineering 1  PHYS 0175: Basic Physics for Science and Engineering 2 
CHEM 0960: General Chemistry for Engineers 1  CHEM 0970: General Chemistry for Engineers 2 
ENGR 0011: Engineering Analysis   ENGR 0012: Engineering Computing  
Humanities / Social Sciences Elective 1  Humanities / Social Sciences Elective 2 
ENGR 0081: Freshman Seminar  ENGR 0082: Freshman Seminar 

 

Sophomore Year 

Cr.  Term 3  Cr.  Term 4 
16   Total   15 or 16 Total
MATH 0240: Analytical Geometry and Calculus 3   3  MATH 280: Intro to Matrices and Linear Algebra
ENGR 0022: Materials Structure and Properties IE 1052: Manufacturing Processes & Analysis 
IE 1040 : Engineering Economic Analysis  IE 0015 : Introduction to Information Systems Engineering 
IE 1054: Productivity Analysis  3   IE 1071 : Statistical Testing and Regression 
3   IE 1070 Probability, Random Variables, and Distributions 3/4   Focused Elective (see approved list)  
IE 1085: Seminar  IE 1085: Seminar 

 

Junior Year 

Cr.  Term 5  Cr.  Term 6 
15  or 16  Total  15  Total 
3 or 4

Math 290: Differential Equations

OR  Math 413: Intro to Theoretical Math(W) 

3
 
IE 1035 : Engineering Management 
IE 1051 : Engineering Product Design  IE 1055 : Facility Layout and Material Handling 
IE 1081 : Operations Research   IE 1082: Probabilistic Methods in OR
  IE 1061: Human Factors in Engineering  Humanities / Social Sciences Elective 3
ENGR 1869:  Intro to EE for non EEs  IE 1083:  Simulation Modeling
IE 1085: Seminar  IE 1085: Seminar 

 

Senior Year 

Cr.  Term 7  Cr.  Term 8 
15  Total  16  Total 
IE 1080 : Supply Chain Analysis   IE 1090 : Senior Project 
Humanities / Social Sciences Elective 4  Humanities / Social Sciences Elective 5 
ENGR 135: Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1  Humanities / Social Sciences Elective 6 
Technical Elective 1  Technical Elective 3  
Technical Elective 2  Technical Elective 4 
IE 1085 : Seminar  IE 1085 : Seminar 

 

Notes:

Minimum of 126 Credits Required to Graduate. 

The international requirement calls for an international experience and 2 of the 6 H/SS electives to be globally focused or 4 of the 6 H/SS electives to be globally focused.  

There is flexibility in determining the exact semester a student takes ENGR 1869, ENGR 135, H/SS electives 4-6,  Technical Electives,and the focused elective.