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  • Admission Requirements | Food Science and Nutrition | IIT School of Applied Technology | Illinois Institute of Technology
    Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering School of Applied Technology Stuart School of Business Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research WISER Student Services One Stop for Student Services Financial Aid Student Accounting Office of Campus Life Residence Greek Life Athletics Public Safety Center for Disability Resources Career Services International Center Access Card Parking Services Office of Event Services Registrar Research Services Research Centers Funding Opportunities Sponsored Research Programs Research Compliance Technology Commercialization Office University Technology Park Research News IIT Magazine Nayar Prize Research Institutes IIT Research Institute IITRI IIT Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering IIT Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research WISER Institute for Food Safety and Health Robert W Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation Services Phonebook One Stop for Student Services Financial Aid Student Accounting Residence Greek Life Bookstore Career Services Corporate Relations Academic Resource Center Entrepreneurship Academy Registrar Services cont International Center Center for Disability Resources Public Safety Office of Technology Services OTS Support Access Card and Parking Services Shuttle Bus IIT Online Editorial Style Guide Student Health and Wellness Center Jules F Knapp Entrepreneurship Center Libraries Paul V Galvin Library Graham Resource Center Architecture Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions Library Downtown Campus Library IFSH Library IIT Archives News Events IIT Today IIT Magazine Media Room University Calendar Academic Calendar Close Menu IIT School of Applied Technology School of Applied Technology Food Science and Nutrition About Degree Program Admission Requirements Career Opportunities Students Student Projects Admission Requirements Admission to graduate degree programs in Food Safety and Technology and Food Process Engineering typically requires a bachelor s degree in chemistry biology food science or chemical agricultural food or environmental engineering or a related field Cumulative undergraduate GPA 3 0 4 0 GRE of 1100 verbal and quantitative Master of Science Food Safety and

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  • Career Opportunities by Degree Type | Food Science and Nutrition | IIT School of Applied Technology | Illinois Institute of Technology
    Programs Finances Visit Admitted Students Colleges Institutes Armour College of Engineering Chicago Kent College of Law College of Architecture College of Science Institute of Design Institute for Food Safety and Health Lewis College of Human Sciences Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering School of Applied Technology Stuart School of Business Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research WISER Student Services One Stop for Student Services Financial Aid Student Accounting Office of Campus Life Residence Greek Life Athletics Public Safety Center for Disability Resources Career Services International Center Access Card Parking Services Office of Event Services Registrar Research Services Research Centers Funding Opportunities Sponsored Research Programs Research Compliance Technology Commercialization Office University Technology Park Research News IIT Magazine Nayar Prize Research Institutes IIT Research Institute IITRI IIT Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering IIT Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research WISER Institute for Food Safety and Health Robert W Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation Services Phonebook One Stop for Student Services Financial Aid Student Accounting Residence Greek Life Bookstore Career Services Corporate Relations Academic Resource Center Entrepreneurship Academy Registrar Services cont International Center Center for Disability Resources Public Safety Office of Technology Services OTS Support Access Card and Parking Services Shuttle Bus IIT Online Editorial Style Guide Student Health and Wellness Center Jules F Knapp Entrepreneurship Center Libraries Paul V Galvin Library Graham Resource Center Architecture Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions Library Downtown Campus Library IFSH Library IIT Archives News Events IIT Today IIT Magazine Media Room University Calendar Academic Calendar Close Menu IIT School of Applied Technology School of Applied Technology Food Science and Nutrition About Degree Program Admission Requirements Career Opportunities Students Student Projects Career Opportunities by Degree Type The following is a list of degree types offered by the Department of Food Science

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  • Students | Food Science and Nutrition | IIT School of Applied Technology | Illinois Institute of Technology
    Institutes Armour College of Engineering Chicago Kent College of Law College of Architecture College of Science Institute of Design Institute for Food Safety and Health Lewis College of Human Sciences Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering School of Applied Technology Stuart School of Business Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research WISER Academics Academic Programs Undergraduate Bulletin Course Catalog Graduate Bulletin Course Catalog Academic Calendar Registrar Academics cont Class Schedules Course Search Graduate College Graduate Academic Affairs Undergraduate Academic Affairs Research Distinguished Lectures IIT Online Undergraduate Apply Undergraduate Admission Programs Finances Housing Campus Visit Admitted Students For Families Graduate Apply Graduate Admission Programs Finances Visit Admitted Students Colleges Institutes Armour College of Engineering Chicago Kent College of Law College of Architecture College of Science Institute of Design Institute for Food Safety and Health Lewis College of Human Sciences Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering School of Applied Technology Stuart School of Business Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research WISER Student Services One Stop for Student Services Financial Aid Student Accounting Office of Campus Life Residence Greek Life Athletics Public Safety Center for Disability Resources Career Services International Center Access Card Parking Services Office of Event Services Registrar Research Services Research Centers Funding Opportunities Sponsored Research Programs Research Compliance Technology Commercialization Office University Technology Park Research News IIT Magazine Nayar Prize Research Institutes IIT Research Institute IITRI IIT Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering IIT Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research WISER Institute for Food Safety and Health Robert W Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation Services Phonebook One Stop for Student Services Financial Aid Student Accounting Residence Greek Life Bookstore Career Services Corporate Relations Academic Resource Center Entrepreneurship Academy Registrar Services cont International Center Center for Disability Resources Public Safety Office of Technology Services OTS Support Access Card and

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  • Student Projects | Food Science and Nutrition | IIT School of Applied Technology | Illinois Institute of Technology
    Parking Services Office of Event Services Registrar Research Services Research Centers Funding Opportunities Sponsored Research Programs Research Compliance Technology Commercialization Office University Technology Park Research News IIT Magazine Nayar Prize Research Institutes IIT Research Institute IITRI IIT Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering IIT Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research WISER Institute for Food Safety and Health Robert W Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation Services Phonebook One Stop for Student Services Financial Aid Student Accounting Residence Greek Life Bookstore Career Services Corporate Relations Academic Resource Center Entrepreneurship Academy Registrar Services cont International Center Center for Disability Resources Public Safety Office of Technology Services OTS Support Access Card and Parking Services Shuttle Bus IIT Online Editorial Style Guide Student Health and Wellness Center Jules F Knapp Entrepreneurship Center Libraries Paul V Galvin Library Graham Resource Center Architecture Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions Library Downtown Campus Library IFSH Library IIT Archives News Events IIT Today IIT Magazine Media Room University Calendar Academic Calendar Close Menu IIT School of Applied Technology School of Applied Technology Food Science and Nutrition About Degree Program Admission Requirements Career Opportunities Students Student Projects Student Projects The Fifth Annual Graduate Student Seminar Days were held at the Institute for Food Safety and Health at the Moffett Campus and deemed a great success Dr Robert Brackett IIT Vice President and IFSH Director officially opened the event All of the Food Science and Nutrition FdSN FST FPE Graduate students worked very hard and did a fantastic job The presentations were judged by a panel comprised of four staff members including two judges from the FDA Drs Susanne Keller and Diane Stewart and two from IFSH Dr Kaiping Deng and Adjunct Industry Professor Armand Paradis The presentations were judged based on the following criteria Quality of Scientific Research PowerPoint slides Oral Presentation The following students were recognized and awarded 1 st Place Certificate of Excellence in Scientific Presentation and 500 Mr Xuebin Fan student of Tong Jen Fu FdSN Faculty Member 2 nd Place Certificate of Excellence in Scientific Presentation and 300 Ms Yancui Huang student of Associate Professor Dr Britt Burton Freeman and Assistant Professor Dr Indika Edirisinghe 3 rd Place Certificate of Excellence in Scientific Presentation and 100 Mr Yue Zhou student of Yoon Song FdSN Faculty Awards were presented by Dr Darsh Wasan Motorola Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering and Vice President for International Affairs IIT Dr Richard McDonald Director Division of Food Processing and Technology U S Food and Drug Administration Dr C Robert Bob Carlson Dean IIT School of Applied Technology and Chair Department of Information Technology and Management We extend our gratitude to our judges and to our PIs who support and mentor the FdSN students each and every day helping them succeed The Graduate Seminar Days help FdSN students improve their presentation skills and learn from the feedback they receive Institute for Food Safety and Health Department of Food Science and Nutrition SAT Illinois Institute of Technology Annual Graduate

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  • Traditional Students Interested In Obtaining a Food Science Degree | Food Science and Nutrition | IIT School of Applied Technology | Illinois Institute of Technology
    Design Institute for Food Safety and Health Lewis College of Human Sciences Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering School of Applied Technology Stuart School of Business Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research WISER Student Services One Stop for Student Services Financial Aid Student Accounting Office of Campus Life Residence Greek Life Athletics Public Safety Center for Disability Resources Career Services International Center Access Card Parking Services Office of Event Services Registrar Research Services Research Centers Funding Opportunities Sponsored Research Programs Research Compliance Technology Commercialization Office University Technology Park Research News IIT Magazine Nayar Prize Research Institutes IIT Research Institute IITRI IIT Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering IIT Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research WISER Institute for Food Safety and Health Robert W Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation Services Phonebook One Stop for Student Services Financial Aid Student Accounting Residence Greek Life Bookstore Career Services Corporate Relations Academic Resource Center Entrepreneurship Academy Registrar Services cont International Center Center for Disability Resources Public Safety Office of Technology Services OTS Support Access Card and Parking Services Shuttle Bus IIT Online Editorial Style Guide Student Health and Wellness Center Jules F Knapp Entrepreneurship Center Libraries Paul V Galvin Library Graham Resource Center Architecture Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions Library Downtown Campus Library IFSH Library IIT Archives News Events IIT Today IIT Magazine Media Room University Calendar Academic Calendar Close Menu IIT School of Applied Technology School of Applied Technology Food Science and Nutrition About Degree Program Admission Requirements Career Opportunities Students Student Projects Traditional Students Interested In Obtaining a Food Science Degree The master s degree in Food Safety and Technology thesis or non thesis is designed to train students with backgrounds in food science to be food safety experts in the private sector and at federal

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  • Current Students Page Department of Food Science and Nutrition | Food Science and Nutrition | IIT School of Applied Technology | Illinois Institute of Technology
    Services One Stop for Student Services Financial Aid Student Accounting Office of Campus Life Residence Greek Life Athletics Public Safety Center for Disability Resources Career Services International Center Access Card Parking Services Office of Event Services Registrar Research Services Research Centers Funding Opportunities Sponsored Research Programs Research Compliance Technology Commercialization Office University Technology Park Research News IIT Magazine Nayar Prize Research Institutes IIT Research Institute IITRI IIT Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering IIT Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research WISER Institute for Food Safety and Health Robert W Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation Services Phonebook One Stop for Student Services Financial Aid Student Accounting Residence Greek Life Bookstore Career Services Corporate Relations Academic Resource Center Entrepreneurship Academy Registrar Services cont International Center Center for Disability Resources Public Safety Office of Technology Services OTS Support Access Card and Parking Services Shuttle Bus IIT Online Editorial Style Guide Student Health and Wellness Center Jules F Knapp Entrepreneurship Center Libraries Paul V Galvin Library Graham Resource Center Architecture Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions Library Downtown Campus Library IFSH Library IIT Archives News Events IIT Today IIT Magazine Media Room University Calendar Academic Calendar Close Menu IIT School of Applied Technology School of Applied Technology Food Science and Nutrition About Degree Program Admission Requirements Career Opportunities Students Student Projects Current Students Page Department of Food Science and Nutrition The Sixth Annual Graduate Student Seminar Day s held on Wednesday April 22 nd and Thursday April 23 rd was officially opened on day one by Dr Robert Brackett IIT Vice President and IFSH Director and day two by Dr Mary Lou Tortorello Chief Food Technology Branch U S Food and Drug Administration The event was a great success and all of our Food Science and Nutrition FdSN FST FPE Graduate students worked very hard and did a fantastic job The presentations were judged by our panel of judges comprised of four staff members including two judges from the FDA Drs Greg Fleischman and Carol Shieh and two from IFSH Jack Cappozzo and John Hammerstone The judges ranked the presentations based on the following criteria Quality of Scientific Research Power Point slides Oral Presentation The awards went to the following students 1 st Place Certificate of Excellence in Scientific Presentation and 500 Ms Ye Yu Master of Food Safety and Technology Degree Candidate Lauren Jackson and Binu Bedford s student 2 nd Place Certificate of Excellence in Scientific Presentation and 300 Ms Yangjunna Zhang Master of Science Degree Candidate Food Safety and Technology Elizabeth Grasso Sue Keller and Nate Anderson s student 3 rd Place Certificate of Excellence in Scientific Presentation and 100 Mr Zeyan Zhong Master of Science Degree Candidate Food Safety and Technology Kaiping Deng and Diane Stewart s student The awards were presented by Dr Darsh Wasan Ph D Motorola Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering and Vice President for International Affairs IIT Dr Mary Lou Tortorello Ph D Chief Food Technology Branch U S Food and Drug

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  • Course Descriptions | Industrial Technology and Management | IIT School of Applied Technology | Illinois Institute of Technology
    management process analysis job design forecasting resource planning productivity quality inventory and scheduling The objective of this course is to provide the framework for integrating approaches covered in other INTM courses 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 412 Manufacturing Processes for Metals and Mechanical Systems A broad range of manufacturing processes are studied including casting forging rolling sheet metal processing machining joining and non traditional methods such as powder EDM and additive processes Particular attention on interrelationships between manufacturing processes and properties developed in the work piece both intended and unintended Economic considerations and tradeoffs as well as computer integrated manufacturing topics are also covered 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 413 Facilities and Construction Administration This course covers fundamentals of project administration and characteristics of the construction industry Pre construction discussion includes technical and economic feasibility project delivery systems documents bonding and bidding Duties and liabilities of parties at pre contract stage and during contract administration to include scheduling and time extensions payments retainage substantial and final completion change orders suspension of work contract termination and dispute resolution Labor law labor relations safety and general management of a construction company 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 414 Topics in Industry Provides overview of multiple industrial sectors and the influences that are forcing change All aspects of industry are considered history of industry inventory supply chain e commerce management manufacturing industrial facilities resource management electronics and chemical industries alternate energies marketing entrepreneurship computers as tools and other specialty areas 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 415 Advanced Project Management This course covers project management in the PMP framework and provides a structured approach to managing projects using Microsoft Project and Excel Coverage includes creation of key project management charts Gantt Pert CPM timelines and resource utilization basic statistics used in estimating task times critical path generation in Excel and Project project cost justification in Excel SPC and acceptance sampling for machine acceptance project analysis via simulation and management of personnel teams subcontractors and vendors Case studies are utilized to demonstrate core concepts and dynamic scheduling 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 416 Integrated Facilities Managment This course involves understanding processes and tools needed to successfully manage building systems functions and personnel in any type of building complex of buildings or physical environment Course covers topics in facilities management ranging from routine maintenance to complex systems interactions and financial decisions Students learn to assess issues of safety human comfort sustainable use of resources building and infrastructure life cycles and company objectives and develop solutions based on studying real problems in facilities management organizations 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 417 Construction Estimating General approaches for estimating construction costs are covered Several commercially available software packages are introduced Emphasis is on acquiring the knowledge required to develop cost estimates for construction renovation and maintenance projects for buildings facilities and equipment 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 418 Industrial Risk Management Each year industrial companies are affected by critical incidents which cause disruption in operations and significant monetary losses due to repairs and or lost revenue Whether it is a small fire an extended electrical outage or an incident of a more serious magnitude all company stakeholders from the board of directors to the employees to the customers are impacted The key to understanding the complexities of industrial resiliency lies in focusing on the issues of preparedness prevention mitigation and control This course is designed to prepare the student for managing a critical incident including understanding risk and business impact emergency preparedness contingency planning and damage control 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 420 Applied Strategies for the Competitive Enterprise Course covers the application of proven management principles and operational practices Learn how high performance companies create a competitive advantage despite economic challenges and a transitional customer base Factors covered include strategy deployment financial analysis new product development quality customer service and attaining market leadership Case studies illustrate variable impacts on business situations 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 425 Human Resource Management This course will introduce students to key aspects of HR management including legal requirements for all normal HR activities as well as techniques for dealing with employees when hiring evaluating promoting and terminating 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 427 E Commerce This course reviews electronic commerce and its role in industrial organizations Topics include a history of e commerce business to business B2B models and business to consumer B2C models The impact of this paradigm shift on all aspects of business is also covered 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 430 Transportation This course covers transportation practices and strategies for the 21st century The role and importance of transportation in the economy and its relationship to the supply chain will be covered in detail Transportation modes trucks rail air and water will be examined for both domestic and global transportation Costing and pricing strategies and issues will be discussed as well as security issues in domestic and international transportation 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 431 Manufacturing Processes for Electronics and Electrical Systems The materials used in Electronic and Electrical E E manufacturing will be reviewed including materials and components that are used to produce chips PCBs and wiring systems Focus will be on the processes for producing the range of parts and products included in this broad sector Automation for producing parts and assemblies will be covered Techniques covered will include surface mounted technology SMT wave soldering automation insertion automated inspection etc The industrial structure that makes up this sector of manufacturing will be covered 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 432 Sales and Operations Planning This course covers Sales and Operations Planning S OP processes objectives and procedures utilized by leading global supply chain companies Key elements of the S OP process are explained including demand plans forecasts and capacity plans Students also learn how to develop maintain and manage supplier relationships SRM and how companies use Customer Relationship Management CRM tools to enhance business relationships 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 433 Chemical Manufacturing Processes in Industry This course provides an overview of current and emerging chemical processes employed in the energy food drug and plastics sectors Current and future impacts of various manufacturing processes on society environment and sustainability are covered as are issues related to OSHA EPA FDA USDA and other regulatory systems Implications for recovery and reuse are explored as well as new non polluting zero emissions processes and technologies Students will gain an understanding of how it s made and the range of chemical processes and related technical challenges involved in manufacturing A background in Chemistry is not required 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 441 Supply Chain Management This course covers the full range of activities involved in the supply chain This includes management tools for optimizing of supply chains relationships with other parts of the organization in house versus third party approaches and suitable performance measurements Topics covered include Warehouse Management Systems WMS Transportation Management Systems TMS Advanced Planning and Scheduling Systems APS as well as cost benefit analysis to determine the most appropriate approach 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 442 Warehousing and Distribution This course covers warehouse layout and usage based on product requirements such as refrigeration hazardous material staging area and value added activities Processes covered include receiving put away replenishment picking and packing The requirement for multiple trailer rail cars loading and unloading is considered as well as equipment needed for loading unloading and storage Computer systems for managing the operations are reviewed Emphasis is on material handling from warehouse arrival through warehouse departure 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 443 Purchasing Purchasing responsibilities processes and procedures are included Topics covered include supplier selection and administration qualification of new suppliers preparing purchase orders negotiating price and delivery strategic customer vendor relationships and resolution of problems All aspects of Supplier Relation Management SRM are covered 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 444 Export Import Internationalization of industry requires special expertise and knowledge which must be taken into consideration throughout all interactions with overseas companies either as customers or suppliers Topics covered include custom clearance bonded shipping international shipping options import financing and letters of credit customer regulations insurance import duties and trade restrictions exchange rates and dealing with different cultures 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 446 Manufacturing and Logistics Information Systems This course provides an overview of manufacturing and supply chain information systems tools and techniques utilized for effective decision making Current state of the art and commercially available industrial software packages such as MRP WMS TMS APS etc will be used and their impact on management decision making analyzed 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 449 Telecommunications Over Data Networks This course covers a suite of application protocols known as Voice over IP VoIP It describes important protocols within that suite including RTP SDP MGCP and SIP and the architecture of various VoIP installations including on net to on net on net to PSTN and Inter domain scenarios The functions of the Network Elements that play significant roles in this architecture will be defined Examples of network elements that are currently available as products will be examined 3 0 3 Prerequisite ITM 440 with min grade of D OR ITM 540 with min grade of D Corequisite None INTM 459 Issues in Industrial Sustainability Examines the concept of sustainability and its application in the industrial environment Identifies underlying stresses on natural and human environments and the resultant problems for business and society including legal ethical and political issues related to sustainability Global warming peak oil and commodity pricing are considered as indicators of the need for improvements in sustainability Industrial ecology will be discussed as well as strategies for developing sustainable practices in manufacturing power generation construction architecture logistics and environmental quality Coverage includes case studies on businesses that have developed successful sustainability programs 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 460 Sustainability of Critical Materials This course explores the limitations in supply and the need for sustainable use of carbon and non carbon based materials such as oil minerals food water and other natural resources used by industry Limitations in the global availability of such resources pose challenges to industry which will require careful consideration and planning to ensure continued prosperity for current and future generations Course will cover strategies and options to mitigate anticipated shortages and optimize the use of non renewable natural resources review of fuel and raw material pricing and cost benefit analysis of sustainable development proposals Technical analyses will be presented during class discussions but a technical background is not required 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 461 Energy Options for Industry Carbon based fuels are a limited resource and within decades will be in very short supply Associated energy costs will increase and industry will be required to incorporate alternate fuels and or power sources such as uranium for nuclear power hydroelectric geothermal wind wave solar etc This course presents such energy options and explores the anticipated impact on industry 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 462 Special Topics in Sustainability This course allows the student to research and report on an industrial sustainability issue of interest and relevance to their career objectives Topics may touch on industrial ecology ethics regulations environment resource use alternative manufacturing methods facilities logistics etc This is the fourth course in a specialization in Industrial Sustainability 0 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 477 Entrepreneurship in Industry Introduces various forms of entrepreneurship with emphasis towards industrial organizations Provides helpful tools for developing and implementing significant game changing actions to effect change within an existing organization or develop a new business venture Students complete an opportunity assessment OPASS project wherein they identify evaluate and develop an approach for a real life business and produce a formal report and presentation 3 0 3 C Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 491 Undergraduate Research Undergraduate research Credit Variable Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 497 Special Projects INTM Special projects Credit Variable Prerequisite None Corequisite None Graduate INTM 502 Fundamentals of Industrial Engineering Industrial engineering concepts are introduced and the student prepared to perform basic engineering tasks including design of workstations cells and lines Coverage includes time and motion studies work measurement ergonomics route sheets plant layout site selection equipment selection MRP JIT etc Scheduling techniques will be covered along with material control techniques Management Information Systems MIS are introduced and options covered 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 507 Construction Technology Introduces the full range of technologies involved in construction of both new and modified facilities including steel concrete and timber construction as well as supporting specialties such as HVAC electrical plumbing etc The interactions between the various construction trades will be covered along with the role of the architects and engineers 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 508 Cost Management Accounting basics are introduced with primary emphasis on the costing and estimating procedures as used in industry The objective of this course is to provide a good understanding of financial activities and hands on experience in working with a variety of costing and accounting systems 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 509 Inventory Control Fundamentals of inventory control including inventory classifications i e raw materials work in process WIP and finished goods Topics include inventory record keeping inventory turnover the 80 20 or ABC approach external and internal lead times excess obsolete inventory and inventory controls Material Resource Planning MRP are included 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 511 Industrial Leadership Supervision and management practices are key to all components and sectors of industry People are the key resources and their effective use is critical to a successful operation As companies move to become high performance organizations traditional management tools and techniques have to be reviewed and reconsidered Skills covered include motivation developing consensus conflict avoidance and negotiations Group dynamics along with handling of individual workers is critical 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 514 Topics in Industry This course provides overview of multiple industrial sectors and the influences that are forcing change All aspects of industry are considered history of industry inventory supply chain e commerce management manufacturing industrial facilities resource management electronics and chemical industries alternate energies marketing entrepreneurship computers as tools and other specialty areas 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 515 Advanced Project Management This course covers project management in the PMP framework and provides a structured approach to managing projects using Microsoft Project and Excel Coverage includes creation of key project management charts Gantt Pert CPM timelines and resource utilization basic statistics used in estimating task times critical path generation in Excel and Project project cost justification in Excel SPC and acceptance sampling for machine project analysis via simulation and management of personnel teams subcontractors and vendors Case studies are utilized to demonstrate core concepts and dynamic scheduling 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 516 Integrated Facilities Managment This course involves understanding processes and tools needed to successfully manage building systems functions and personnel in any type of building complex of buildings or physical environment Course covers topics in facilities management ranging from routine maintenance to complex systems interactions and financial decisions Students learn to assess issues of safety human comfort sustainable use of resources building and infrastructure life cycles and company objectives and develop solutions based on studying real problems in facilities management organizations 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 518 Industrial Risk Management Each year industrial companies are affected by critical incidents which cause disruptions in operations and significant monetary losses due to repairs and or lost revenue Whether it is a small fire an extended electrical outage or an incident of a more serious magnitude all company stakeholders from the board of directors to the employees to the customers are impacted The key to understanding the complexities of industrial resiliency lies in focusing on the issues of preparedness prevention mitigation and control This course is designed to prepare the student for managing a critical incident including understanding risk and business impact emergency preparedness contingency planning and damage control 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 520 Applied Strategies for the Competitive Enterprise Course covers the application of proven management principles and operational practices Learn how high performance companies create a competitive advantage despite economic challenges and a transitional customer base Factors covered include strategy deployment financial analysis new product development quality customer service and attaining market leadership Case studies illustrate variable impacts on business situations 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 522 Computers in Industry Computers are ubiquitous in all industrial sectors Management Information Systems MIS are available for even the most complex of industrial operations The integration of MIS with operational specialties such as order entry production scheduling quality control shipping and invoicing is discussed A variety of Microsoft Excel tools are introduced and utilized to set up approaches for handling a variety of industrial situations 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 530 Transportation This course covers transportation practices and strategies for the 21st century The role and importance of transportation in the economy and its relationship to the supply chain will be covered in detail Transportation modes trucks rail air and water will be examined for both domestic and global transportation Costing and pricing strategies and issues will be discussed as well as security issues in domestic and international transportation 3 0 3 Prerequisite None Corequisite None INTM 531 Manufacturing Processes for Metals and Mechanical Systems A broad range of manufacturing processes are studied including casting forging rolling

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  • Undergraduate Admission | Industrial Technology and Management | IIT School of Applied Technology | Illinois Institute of Technology
    of Campus Life Residence Greek Life Athletics Public Safety Center for Disability Resources Career Services International Center Access Card Parking Services Office of Event Services Registrar Research Services Research Centers Funding Opportunities Sponsored Research Programs Research Compliance Technology Commercialization Office University Technology Park Research News IIT Magazine Nayar Prize Research Institutes IIT Research Institute IITRI IIT Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science and Engineering IIT Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research WISER Institute for Food Safety and Health Robert W Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation Services Phonebook One Stop for Student Services Financial Aid Student Accounting Residence Greek Life Bookstore Career Services Corporate Relations Academic Resource Center Entrepreneurship Academy Registrar Services cont International Center Center for Disability Resources Public Safety Office of Technology Services OTS Support Access Card and Parking Services Shuttle Bus IIT Online Editorial Style Guide Student Health and Wellness Center Jules F Knapp Entrepreneurship Center Libraries Paul V Galvin Library Graham Resource Center Architecture Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions Library Downtown Campus Library IFSH Library IIT Archives News Events IIT Today IIT Magazine Media Room University Calendar Academic Calendar Close Menu IIT School of Applied Technology School of Applied Technology Industrial Technology and Management About Programs Admissions Students Alumni Industry Partners News Events Request Info Undergraduate Admission Admission to the Bachelor of Industrial Technology and Management BINTM The BINTM program is a transfer program for students with two years of technical study at a community college an accredited apprenticeship or training program or a four year university Relevant work experience is also important as a foundation for understanding and applying course concepts Students may transfer to IIT upon completion of as Associate s degree AS or AAS or equivalent coursework a two year degree is not required for admission In general admission requires 60 credit hours of general education and technical coursework from an accredited institution as identified below Courses must be graded C or better to be accepted for transfer Individuals who have accrued at least 45 hours toward admission requirements may be admitted with the condition that all outstanding requirements be completed within two years of starting the program Candidates with more than 60 hours of transferable credit may qualify to have excess credit applied toward INTM coursework IIT can accept a maximum of 68 credits from a community college and up to 81 credits from a four year university credits must align with BINTM degree requirements Admission Requirements Mathematics Six 6 credit hours at the level of Trigonometry or above Technical Math I II accepted Statistics recommended Computer Science Three 3 credit hours of computer science microcomputer applications or computer programming recommended Certain Technical Courses involving Programming may be applicable Natural Science Ten 10 to eleven 11 credit hours of science or engineering courses Relevant courses include physics chemistry or biology physics highly recommended Up to six 6 credit hours may be in graphics drafting CAD Of the three courses required two courses must be in a single field and the

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