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Undergraduate Programs at Industrial Engineering Department

    The undergraduate program provides a broad foundation in industrial engineering through combined classroom, computer and laboratory work. The program is designed to prepare the students for a professional career in industrial engineering, including further study at graduate level in this discipline. The curriculum provides students with a scientific and engineering base. It contains a sequence of courses that are accompanied, or followed, by areas of operations research, applied statistics, manufacturing systems, decision science, ergonomic and human factor engineering, and project management to obtain a B.S. degree in industrial engineering. All students must complete a minimum of 140 semester credits, including a senior project (3 credits) and a period of practical training.


Graduate Programs at Industrial Engineering Department

    Graduate programs in Industrial Engineering Department at Sharif University of Technology (SUT) are designed to give students the ability to develop innovative solutions to real problems, including the implementation of creative ideas and application of pure research. It is intended to prepare graduates for highly specialized career positions, such as research and consulting in industry, governmental and service organizations, as well as for teaching and research positions during their period of study. Graduate students can expect to develop their creative abilities to be effective in innovative environments while developing their abilities to communicate and working with individuals to implement new ideas. Graduate students are also actively in touch with people and industrial organizations outside the university.
    The programs offered in the department at the graduate level are:

    1. Master of Science (MS) programs

    At the Master of Science level, we are offering the following programs:

    a) Master of Science in Industrial Engineering(1980-Now).
    b) Master of Science in Social-Economical Systems Engineering (1999-Now)
    c) Master of Science in System Management and Productivity(1989-Now).

    While Industrial Engineering and Social-Economical Systems Engineering programs are appropriate for students with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering, the System Management and Productivity program is designed for students having a baccalaureate degree in technical fields other than industrial engineering.
    To be eligible for graduation with a Master of Science degree (M.S.) in Industrial Engineering, a student must complete a minimum of 32 semester units that include a research thesis of six semester units, a seminar of two semester units, and attain a grade-point average of 14/20 or better for all courses attempted.

    2. Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering program

    In accordance with the requirements of the Graduate School at SUT, the department of Industrial Engineering offers Ph.D. degrees in various advanced areas of Industrial Engineering.
    Admission into the Ph.D. program requires outstanding academic record in both BS and MS degrees and qualifying in the entrance exam.
    To be eligible for graduation with a Doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in Industrial Engineering, a student must

    a) Complete a minimum of 24 semester units with a GPA of at least 15/20 in all courses attempted,
    b) Pass the English and the qualifying exams,
    c) Advance in the Doctoral proposal defense,
    d) Have two journal articles accepted, and finally
    e) Successfully defend the final doctoral thesis that counts for 24 semester hours.

    Graduate Courses:
     

    Course Number

    Name

    Units

    Prerequisite

    21014.

    Mathematical Statistics

    4

    21012

    21015

    Design of Experiments

    3

    21012

    21018

    Probability and Statistics

    3

    -

    21118

    Micro Economics

    2

     

    21119

    Macro Economics

    2

    21118

    21135

    Advanced Engineering Economy

    3

    21131

    21138

    Decision Theory

    3

     

    21141

    Econometrics

     

    21111, 21112, 21012

    (=)21142

    Regression Analysis

    3

    21012 or 21018

    21144

    Advance Analysis of Engineering Data

    3

    21018

    21153

    Economic Development

    3

     

    21235

    Budgeting and Control

    2

    21315

    21314

    Financial System Analysis

    3

    21321

    21315

    Managerial Accounting

    3

    21321

    (=)21513

    Production and Inventory Control II

    3

    21512

    21516

    Sequencing and Scheduling

    3

    21514

    21517

    Forecasting and Time Series Analysis

    3

     

    21519

    Operations Planning

    2

     

    21527

    System Reliability

    3

    21012

    21528

    Principles of Reliability

    3

    21018

     

    21533

    Networks Theory

    3

    21532

    21538

    Graph Theory

    3

     

    21542

    Automation and Manufacturing Designs

    3

    21612

    21543

    Automation

    3

     

    21544

    Computer Aided Design/Manufacturing

    3

     

    21546

    Petri Networks in Manufacturing

    3

     

    21615

    Facility Layout Planning and Location

    3

    21612, 21712

    21617

    Production Management I

    3

     

    21618

    Production Management II

    3

     

    21623

    Organization and Leadership

    2

     

    21625

    Manpower Planning

    2

     

    21629

    Organization Theory

    3

    21633

    21661

    Strategic Planning

    2

     

    (=)21712

    Operations Research II

    4

    21711

    21713

    Mathematical Programming I

    3

    21712, 21742

     

    21715

    Advanced Linear Programming

     

     

    21716

    Dynamic Programming

    3

    21712, 21742

    21718

    Integer Programming

    3

     

    21731

    Advanced Operations Research I

    3

     

    21732

    Advanced Operations Research II

    3

    21731

    (=)21742

    Probability Models and Queuing Theory

    3

    21011

    21743

    Queuing Systems

    3

    22061

    21745

    Stochastic Processes

    3

    21011

    21746

    Applied Probability and Random Processes

    3

    21018

    (=)21752

    Nonlinear Programming

    3

    21711

    21753

    Combinatorial Optimization

    3

     

    21915

    Seminar

    2

     

    (=)21942

    Fundamental of Computer Simulation

    3

    21012 or 21018

    21943

    Simulation Languages

    3

    21942

    21945

    Computer Simulation

    3

    21942

    21974

    Management Information Systems

    3

     

    21984

    System Dynamics

    3

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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