Third Level - Course Specification of Industrial Engineering (IE) B.Sc Program.
First Semester  
 EM 331 Engineering Economy and Feasibility study. 3 Cr. 4-2-0 Hrs/wk.
Cost concepts economic environment. Principles of money-time relationship. Concepts and techniques of analysis useful in evaluating the worth of systems products and services. Depreciation and depletion. Feasibility studies.
 IE 321 Design and Analysis of Industrial Experiments.4 Cr. 4-2-0 Hrs/wk.
Methods of design and analysis of industrial experiments. Topic include: general regression and variance analysis, mixed models, efficient statistical search procedures, model assessment and remedial measures.
 EM 361 Human Resource Management. 3Cr. 4-1-0 Hrs/wk.
Major areas of personal management, employment, training, wage and salary administration, and labor relations. The interaction of selection, placement, training, personnel evaluation, and career ladder within an on-going organizations.
 IE 341 Computer Aided Engineering. 3 Cr. 2-1-1 Hrs/wk.
CAD/CAM for mechanical design and drafting. Mechanical and geometric modeling of complex surfaces: wire-frame and shaded imaging techniques. Programming for numerical control: manual, conversational and computer-aided programming. Incremental and absolute programming.
 ME 353 Heat Transfer. 3Cr. 3-1-1 Hrs/wk.
Principles of heat transfer. Conduction. Convection. Forced convection. Radiation.
 CE 313 Introduction to Microprocessors. 2Cr. 2-1-1 Hrs/wk.
Introduction to microprocessors. Memory organization in microprocessors. Representation of data and instruction sets. Addressing modes. Microprocessors peripheral devices.
Second Semester  
 IE 332 Project Management. 4 Cr. 4-2-0 Hrs/wk.
Grant Charts. Project networks. Critical path method. PERT and cost analysis. Computer software packages.
 EM 382 Industrial Procurement. 3Cr. 3-1-0 Hrs/wk.
The study of modern purchasing in a manufacturing firm, with emphasis on industrial organization, quantity and quality analysis, sources legal requirements, and related topics. Case studies.
 IE 364 Facility Planning and Design. 4Cr. 4-1-2 Hrs/wk.
Theory and methodology for determining optimal capacity and location of production and service facilities. Elementary engineering and economic considerations in the application of material handling equipment.
 IE 352 Human Factors Engineering. 3Cr. 3-1-2 Hrs/wk.
Techniques of  motion and time study, process chart, operation charges, multiple activity charts. Micro motion study. Work measurement techniques. Principles of engineering psychology applied to engineering and industrial production system. Visual task measurement and design, psychophysical measurements, signal detection theory and applications to industrial process control. Human information processing, mental workload evaluation. Load physiology. Working conditions. Work Station design.
 IE 302 Management Information Systems. 2Cr. 2-1-1 Hrs/wk.
Data and information, importance and need. Computers and information technology. Data processing by computer system, organization of data and information technology. Data processing by computer systems, organization of data and information processing systems, capabilities limitation and usage. Database concepts, principles and methods. Various databases: design, advantages, disadvantages, control, security and administration. CASE software tools, principles and usage.
Elective (1)
 EM 372 International Business. 3Cr. 3-1-0 Hrs/wk.
A survey involving environmental, economic, political, and social constraints on doing business abroad; effects of overseas business investments on domestic and foreign economies. International trade agreements: franchising, copyright, trade marks. International economies and laws.
 ME 332 Engineering Measurements. 3Cr. 2-1-1 Hrs/wk.
Engineering features of mechanical parts. Engineering tolerances (type and position). Measurements and estimation of engineering errors. Principles and kinematics of measuring instruments. Measurements and inspection of engineering components. Computerization of measuring equipment and data acquisition. Surface finish measurements.