ISE Course Guidesheet 2019-20

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These suggested course tracks are based on undergraduate requirements from the class entering in the 2019-20 academic year. These are only suggestions, refer to the University Bulletin for the official requirements for each major.

For archived requirements refer to the University Bulletin. Select desired year in the bottom left-hand corner under, "Bulletin Archive" and then the area of study.

For more information on graduate-level requirements go here.

Take note of Pre- or Co-requisites

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  • Discipline description

    We live in a complex society, but in the Systems Science and Industrial Engineering Department, we are doing our best to make it less complicated. We study complex systems and look for simplifying solutions. We work across all environments and fields of study including manufacturing, management, service industries, healthcare systems, and others. So, our time could be spent at a hospital developing ways to decrease wait times in emergency rooms, or you might find us in a manufacturing facility working on quality assurance issues or consulting at amusement parks, and beyond.


    We have structured our BS ISE program so students will accomplish the following within a few years of graduation:

    • designing, developing, and managing both deterministic and nondeterministic complex processes and systems involving people, information, equipment, and financial and material assets, with special emphasis on using probabilistic methods, design of experiments, and simulation.
    • joining and contributing to industrial, government, and service organizations, and to operate effectively with a high level of professional and ethical standards.
    • independent learning, acquiring professional certifications and/or advanced degrees in reputable graduate schools in manufacturing, service, and enterprise systems.
    • communicating and contributing effectively in a diverse team environment.
  • Accreditation

    Our BS ISE program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

    The faculty members are committed to providing the students with an outstanding academic experience. Our curriculum also provides excellent preparation for graduate studies. For qualified undergraduates, we offer several combined-degree (accelerated five-year) programs that can lead to both a BS degree in ISE and an MS degree in either Industrial and Systems Engineering (MS ISE), Systems Science (MS SS), or Master of Business Administration (MBA).

    For more information, visit: www.ssie.binghamton.edu

Year 1

Engineering Design Division - The freshman year is common to all engineering majors

The GenEd “J” Designation is earned after successful completion of WTSN 111, 112, 103, 104

Fall


General Education Elective (G, P, A, N, H)

Body/Wellness (Y, S, B)

Spring

General Education Elective (G, P, A, N, H)

Body/Wellness (Y, S, B)

Note: the GenEd "J" Designation is earned after successful completion ofEDD 111, 112, 103, 104

Year 2

Fall

AND

OR

Spring

General Education Elective (G, P, A, N, H)

General Education Elective (G, P, A, N, H)

Year 3

Fall

Spring

General Education Elective (G, P, A, N, H)

Year 4

Fall

Spring

Technical Elective (ISE, ME, EECE, CS, BME)

Technical Elective (ISE, ME, EECE, CS, BME)

Technical Elective (ISE, ME, EECE, CS, BME)

Pre-Approved Technical Electives for Systems Science and Industrial Engineering

SSIE 501-597