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  • Industrial Engineering and Systems Engineering | NC State University
    Distinguished Alumni Clarence L Smith Endowment Fund Partners Outreach Research Areas CAMAL Friends Senior Project Sponsors Contact Us About ISE Investing in the Future A pioneer in engineering economic analysis Dr Richard Bernhard develops models for capital investment optimization More About Dr Bernhard NEW Spellings Visits the Department McGlothlin Named IISE Fellow Precision Medicine Symposium Ivy Solving Hunger with Numbers Addison Named ACC Field Performer of the Year Best Day

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  • Undergraduate ISE
    Health Systems Certicate Advising Calendar Handbook Study Abroad Scholarships Organizations GEP Reqs Processes Lab WolfWare Distance Education Careers Software IT Resources ABET Graduate People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Undergraduate ISE Undergraduate Programs Major ISE offers a general Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering B S I E which is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET Inc BSIE Curriculum College of Engineering GEP Requirements Accelerated Baccalaureate Master s ABM Program Check out the Accelerated Baccalaureate Master s ABM Program to see how you can combine your undergraduate and graduate coursework to get a Master s Degree in only a couple of additional semesters Resources Course Descriptions Course Schedule Please search the MyPack Portal database for available ISE courses scheduled according to semester Undergraduate Handbook The Undergraduate Handbook provides information on advising academic policies and procedures curriculum student services and facilities student involvement and more WolfWare WolfWare is an online Learning Management System LMS that allows professors and students to conduct class related communications using the Internet Professors can create Web sites for their classes as well as easily communicate with students and support staff via e mail Through WolfWare professors can also deliver streaming video and audio content manage grades maintain message boards for class discussions and post essential documents i e syllabi handouts readings lectures links to helpful Web sites Students can submit assignments electronically Courses in WolfWare web enhanced Distance Education In addition to all of the courses and classes held on campus the industrial and systems engineering department offers a long and growing list of courses that can be completed from an off campus location such as your home work or other site To learn more visit Engineering Online ISE Study Abroad Program Brazil US Engineering Exchange Program Undergraduate Scholarships Scholarship Information JOIN inGear online Keep

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  • Future ISE Students
    world Our high ranking is the result of many factors Our faculty Among them are several who are members of the Academy of Outstanding Teachers and have been recognized as Alumni Distinguished Professors several who are recipients of national and international awards for excellence in teaching research and public service and one who s a member of the National Academy of Engineers And no other ISE department in the world has more faculty members who are Fellows of the Institute of Industrial Engineers IIE Our Curriculum We cover virtually every aspect of the ISE discipline production systems design and control manufacturing automation and quality control simulation analysis and optimization work design human factors and ergonomics and economic analysis and we are currently expanding into Health Systems Engineering Logistics Systems Engineering and Bioproduction Systems Engineering For you this means that your degree thoroughly prepares you for employment as an industrial or systems engineer in traditional industries service consulting and or government organizations or for advanced study at leading graduate schools in engineering business management or other fields Our Research The NC State College of Engineering ranks sixth in the U S in industry sponsored research sponsored research funding for 2006 totaled just over 4 million with a number of formal and informal research entities associated with the department Our research workgroups and centers include biomedical research manufacturing research ergonomics research and operations research Our research campus of the future is Centennial Campus and it is unlike any other campus or research park in the U S It s a research and advanced technology community where university industry and government partners interact in multidisciplinary programs directed toward the solution of contemporary problems Our Facilities State of the art computer aided design technologies for custom medical implants prosthetic devices and medical instruments Outstanding

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  • ISE Undergraduate Frequently Asked Questions
    a foreign language For more information about minors visit Academic Advising Services How do I declare a minor Fill out a minor declaration form and bring it to your minor adviser who will approve and send it to Registration Records The minor audit will appear under Degree Audit in My Pack and will be designated on your official transcript at the same time your degree is conferred Learn about minors and their requirements including the minor advisor information here http advising dasa ncsu edu explore majors minors Where can I find help planning out my remaining courses to make sure I graduate on time Use your degree audit as your guide for planning courses If you want to deviate from the suggested sequence of courses in the degree audit be sure you will meet prerequisites for future courses Industrial engineering course offerings are more frequent Most 200 300 and some 400 level ISE courses are offered two times a year Take advantage of the plan of work feature in My Pack to plan out all of your courses Schedule and Classes What are the differences between distance education and regular classes Students are not required to come to campus for distance education courses except for some exams Exam accommodations can be made for students out of state Distance education tuition varies depending on the session in which the course is taken Check the University Cashier s Office website for pricing http treasurer ofb ncsu edu cashier Distance education courses meet curriculum requirements the same as regular courses Some on campus courses are listed as internet courses These ARE NOT distance education courses they are regular courses that will be administered online They will be billed as regular courses Are ISE courses always offered during the summer ISE course offerings during summers are dependent on instructor availability and student demand If no instructor is available or demand for a course is low it will not be offered Can I take more than 18 credit hours in a regular semester Yes Students may register for up to 21 credit hours by completing a course load waiver form and having it signed by their academic adviser I want to add drop a course after the last day to add drop Can I do this Deadlines for adding dropping courses can be found here http registrar ncsu edu calendars Late course additions must be approved by the instructor of the course and the College of Engineering A schedule revision form should be used to add a course Late course drops are permitted only under certain extenuating circumstances A schedule revision form should be used to add a course The form must be accompanied by a letter of explanation addressed to Dr Dave Parish Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs justifying the request and supporting documentation doctor s notes counseling center notes etc Students who have a legitimate reason for dropping a course after the deadline should first consult the University Counseling Center The university policy on late drops withdrawals can be found here http policies ncsu edu regulation reg 02 05 04 Schedule revision forms can be acquired from the College of Engineering located in Page Hall What are the differences between the Physics 205 208 M and N sections N sections are taught in a traditional style while the M sections are taught in a more modern computer aided format complete description Course Credit and Grading I have taken or plan to take a course at another college that I intend to transfer to meet one of my industrial and engineering curriculum requirements How can I make sure the course will transfer This includes study abroad First check the list of pre approved transfer courses for NC Community Colleges or other colleges universities If the course does not appear on either list it will have to be evaluated for equivalence You must provide a complete syllabus textbook list and graded coursework if the course has been completed already for evaluation These materials should be submitted to the department responsible for the course that you intend to substitute Contact Ds Alice Forgety afforget ncsu edu study abroad students contact Mr Brian Koehler koehler ncsu edu in 120 Page Hall for help locating departmental representatives who can evaluate your transfer course To transfer your course to NCSU have an official copy of your transcript sent to the Undergraduate Admissions Office How does the grade exclusion policy work Wacth the video NC State Grade Exclusion Visit this link for information about the grade exclusion policy http policies ncsu edu regulation reg 02 20 16 You can download the grade exclusion form here Students may exclude grades C or lower in up to two courses at any level First year retakes count as exclusions Drop the grade exclusion form off for an adviser s signature then take it to the Office of Registration and Records 1000 Harris Hall How many times can I repeat the same course The university allows only two repeats of the same course if a grade of C or lower is earned Students must receive permission from Dr Dave Parish Assistant Dean of Academic Affiars to take a course for the third time Courses in which a grade of C or better is earned cannot be repeated Which courses in the industrial engineering curriculum can be taken for credit only E 115 and PE courses can be taken for credit only All other courses including general education requirements must be graded Can I place out of a course credit by examination Place out exams are offered at the discretion of each department Contact the academic adviser for the department of interest to find out if and how you can attempt a place out Math Jeffrey Scroggs scroggs unity ncsu edu Physics John Blondin john blondin ncsu edu Chemistry Phil Brown phil brown ncsu edu Graphics Communications GC Alice Scales alice scales ncsu edu ISE Anita Vila Parrish arvila ncsu edu Students are only eligible

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  • BS in ISE
    L Smith Endowment Fund Partners Outreach Research Areas CAMAL Friends Senior Project Sponsors Contact Us About ISE Undergraduate Future Students F A Q BSIE Accelerated BS MS Health Systems Certicate Advising Calendar Handbook Study Abroad Scholarships Organizations GEP Reqs Processes Lab WolfWare Distance Education Careers Software IT Resources ABET Graduate People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Undergraduate BSIE Bachelor of Science in Industrial Systems Engineering Industrial engineering differs from other branches of engineering in essentially two ways First it applies to all types of industrial commercial and government activities Second it is the only branch of engineering that is explicitly concerned with people as well as things Industrial engineers are prime sources of management talent They learn to make decisions concerning the best use of people material equipment and energy in achieving an organization s aims To accomplish best use of resources the industrial engineer systematically collects analyzes and arranges factual information in such a way as to fulfill management s needs The program s educational objectives are Objective 1 Engineering problem definition and solution using engineering analysis experimentation client customer needs and creativity based on sound mathematical and scientific principles Objective 2 System product and process design requiring knowledge of the discipline multidisciplinary teamwork effective communication skills and an ability to work with multiple constraints understanding the importance of time and cost Objective 3 Productive engineering practice research leadership or management by using the technical professional ethical and societal knowledge and skills required for success in the public private or academic sectors Objective 4 Continuing formal and informal education applying lessons learned to new situations and leading and mentoring others JOIN inGear online Keep up to date on what s new and what s next for the ISE Undergraduate Future Students BSIE Furniture Track Accelerated BS MS Health Systems Certicate

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  • Accelerated Degree Program
    Techniques ISE 443 Quality Design and Control ISE 748 Quality Engineering ISE 452 Ergonomics ISE 544 Occupational Biomechanics ISE 498 Senior Project Design ISE 637 Directed Study in ISE Please note The BS portion of this program has already been approved by the University In all cases whether in the traditional BS or ABM ABET and University requirements will be satisfied based upon the four 4 year curriculum Application Procedure A prospective student that meets the eligibility requirements above should set up a meeting with his her Directors of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs to develop a Plan of Graduate Work for his her Baccalaureate and Master s degree programs The prospective student should be given a copy of the completed Plan of Graduate Work Students in an ABM program must submit the standard application for admission to the Graduate School including an application form application fee and transcripts In addition a Plan of Graduate Work as described below signed by the prospective student and the Directors of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs must be submitted Some programs may require GRE scores or other information The Plan of Graduate Work for the Master s degree should clearly indicate the courses a maximum of 12 graduate credit hours that will be double counted for both Baccalaureate and Master s degrees the courses a maximum of 6 additional graduate credit hours that are taken as an undergraduate student at NC State and that will not be counted towards the Baccalaureate degree the courses that will be taken after matriculating in to the graduate program the graduation date for the Master s degree that meets the time limit for the ABM program i e obtaining a non thesis Master s degree in the same field within 12 months of completing the Baccalaureate degree or obtaining a thesis based Master s degree in the same field within 18 months of completing the Baccalaureate degree S Upon review of the materials submitted by the Directors of Graduate and Undergraduate programs to the Graduate School a letter of acceptance or denial to the Master s program contingent on meeting the ABM requirements will be sent to the student with a copy to the Directors of Graduate and Undergraduate programs Any changes to the ABM Plan of Graduate Work must be submitted in writing to and approved by the Dean of the Graduate School Note The ABM application is also available as a Word Document Requirements and Stipulations Generally the baccalaureate and masters degrees will both be in IE However on an individual case basis it may be recommend that the Graduate School permit an undergraduate student from a closely related field to do his her masters work for the ABM in IE Rules Governing Participation and Graduation Students must complete the Baccalaureate degree prior to entering the Master s program Students in the ABM may not elect to by pass the Baccalaureate degree Students must receive a grade of B 3 0 4 0 or better in the

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  • Health Systems Certificate
    Education Careers Software IT Resources ABET Graduate People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Undergraduate Health Systems Certificate Health Systems Engineering Certificate Program This program is designed to provide you with a learning experience in preparation of a career in the healthcare field After successful completion of the program you will receive a Health Systems Engineering Certificate from the Edward P Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering Why join the Health Systems Engineering Certificate Program Discover career opportunities in the healthcare industry Learn through practical and academic work Gain the exposure healthcare organizations value when considering job applicants Assistance in obtaining an internship in the healthcare field Position yourself to make an impact on healthcare in your community and the United States Benefits Gain key background knowledge of the healthcare industry and environment through academic course work one course in the fall and spring semester Set yourself apart from other industrial and systems engineers by earning unique qualifications in lean six sigma balanced scorecards staffing and performance improvement in healthcare Make yourself more marketable for a future career in the healthcare industry further enhance your resume Acquire hands on practical experience in process improvement with a healthcare organization Network with professionals in healthcare management and performance improvement Application Deadline Undergraduates November 15 Graduate Students January 15 All undergraduate applications should be eligible to graduate by the spring of the following year Requirements An undergraduate or graduate student who is a permanent United States residents A minimum GPA of 3 3 Your resume maximum of 2 pages please A brief statement of why you are interested in a career in healthcare no more than 1 page please One ISE faculty recommendation To Apply Email your resume one page statement of interest and faculty recommendation to healthsystems ncsu edu Successful candidates will be

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  • Undergraduate ISE Advising
    Breadth Requirements Current PhD Students Plan of Study Processes Lab CAMAL Financial Aid Software IT Resources People Faculty Staff Forms Contact Helpdesk Calendars Seminars inGear online Alumni Giving Alumni Association Update Contact Info Alumni Scholarships Distinguished Alumni Clarence L Smith Endowment Fund Partners Outreach Research Areas CAMAL Friends Senior Project Sponsors Contact Us About ISE Undergraduate Future Students F A Q BSIE Accelerated BS MS Health Systems Certicate Advising Calendar Handbook Study Abroad Scholarships Organizations GEP Reqs Processes Lab WolfWare Distance Education Careers Software IT Resources ABET Graduate People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Undergraduate ISE Undergraduate Advising Dr Anita Vila Parrish Dr Vila Parrish s advising office 410 Daniels Hall For appointments with Dr Paul Cohen or Jason Low please email them directly Would you like to schedule an advising appointment JOIN inGear online Keep up to date on what s new and what s next for the ISE Undergraduate Future Students BSIE Furniture Track Accelerated BS MS Health Systems Certicate Advising Calendar Handbook Study Abroad Scholarships Organizations GEP Reqs Senior Design WolfWare Distance Education Careers Software IT Resources ABET Graduate Admissions MIE MSIE MIE MBA PhD Breadth Reqs Current Ph D Students Plan of Study Financial Aid Software IT

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