Course Descriptions

INE700 / Advanced Statistics [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers single factor experiments, randomized blocks, Latin squares, introduction to factorial designs, 2k factorial blocking and confounding, and forecasting.

INE706 / Decision Analysis [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers decision analysis, game theory, Bayesian decision theory, and utility theory.

INE707 / Network Flow [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers networks, shortest/longest path, decision trees, and network flow.

INE711 / Advanced Simulation [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers an analysis of simulation data: input and output, validation and verification of system design, comparing alternative system configuration, simulation of complex systems, and case studies.

INE721 / Cost Engineering and Control [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers cost engineering for construction organizations, projects, and operations, it also covers construction financing, break-even, profit, and cash flow analyses, capital budgeting, equipment cost, and procurement decisions. Construction, financial accounting, cost accounting, cost control systems, and databases, as well as cost indices, parametric estimates, unit price proposals, measuring work, and settling claims are also covered.

Pre-requisite: INE729 / Project Contracting

INE722 / Infrastructure Management [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers the general methods of engineering systems management, and the different types of infrastructure. The course analyzes possible financing, and engineering, solutions and alternatives, and the overall management during the life cycle of the project.

INE724 / Quality Management Systems [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course is an introduction to quality management systems, ISO 9000, 14000, Total Quality Management, and the applications of QMS to the engineering, and management, of large projects, systems, and organizations. Pre-requisite: Consent of the instructor.

INE727 / Project Scheduling [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers the basic critical path planning, and scheduling with arrow and precedence networks, introduction to resource leveling, and least cost scheduling, including time-cost tradeoff analysis and schedule control.

INE729 / Project Contracting [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers the construction contracting for contractors, owners and engineers. The course also covers industry structure, the types of contracts and delivery systems of construction, planning, estimating, quantity takeoff and pricing, labor and equipment estimate, and the proposal preparation. Students use contract documents to prepare detailed estimates.

INE742 / Quality Control I [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers the modeling process quality, inferences about process quality, statistical process control, types of control charts, acceptance sampling, and process capability analysis.

INE744 / Inventory Analysis [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers the continuous/periodic/ deterministic/stochastic inventory models, Materials Requirements Planning (MRP), just-in-time production systems, assembly systems, and flexible manufacturing distribution systems.

INE748 / Machine Scheduling [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers the Basic Single Machine Problem (BSMP); flow shop scheduling with setup cost (TSP); vehicle routing. Pre-requisite: INE302 Linear Programming.

INE800 / Project Course [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course is an applied design course. Design reviews and a final oral presentation with a written report are required. Pre-requisite: Consent of the instructor.

INE810 / Special Topics in Optimization [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers topics of current interest in optimization, selected by instructor. Pre-requisite: Consent of the instructor.

INE820 / Special Topics in Infrastructure & Construction Management [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers topics of current interest in infrastructure, and construction management, selected by instructor.

Pre-requisite: Consent of the instructor

INE840 / Special Topics in Production Systems & Manufacturing [3-0, 3 cr.]

This course covers topics of current interest in production systems and manufacturing, selected by instructor. Pre-requisite: Consent of the instructor.

INE899 / Thesis [6-0, 6 cr.]

This course is an independent directed study, design, research in the field of interest of the student or Instructor.

Last modified: September 28, 2014