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I E 440 Lean Systems II and IE 465 Healthcare Systems Engineering, plus one of the following: HCMG 305 Introduction to the U.S. Healthcare System (3 credits) HCMG 340 Healthcare Economics (3 credits) HCMG 410 Healthcare Law, Regulation, and Policy (3 credits) HCMG 450 Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics (3 credits)

D. Supply Chain & Logistics Systems Emphasizes design and management of the supply chain.

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I E 455 Operations Research II, plus two of the following: SCMG 310 Global Logistics (3 credits) SCMG 340 Sourcing and Supply Chain Management (3 credits) SCMG 415 Supply Chain Risk Management (3 credits) SCMG 425 Supply Chain Design (3 credits)

E. International Industrial Engineering Emphasizes the growing importance of international teams to design and develop engineering solutions for production and service businesses

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 pproval of all courses by Program Director A Study Abroad required. Expenses to be paid by the student. Approved courses taken abroad as technical electives Selection of Liberal Studies courses with an international focus

F. Economics and Financial Systems Emphasizing prices, lead-time, risk, and analysis to influence demand, coordination and competition. This track is more qualitative regarding processes but quantitative regarding financial aspects.

• B  COR 111 Principles of Microeconomics or • BCOR 112 Principles of Macroeconomics as a Social Science, plus three from the following: ECON 327 Econometric Methods FINC 312 Financial Management I FINC 312Financial Management II FINC 411 Advanced Financial Management FINC 423 Financial Models Students completing MGMT 330 are eligible to take the exam for Certified Associate Project Manager. All students in their final semester of the IE program are eligible to take the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam. (The FE exam is the first step toward state licensing as a Professional Engineer (PE).)

Course Descriptions IE 201: Engineering Projects & Economics Introductory course on the basics of scheduling and tracking project budgets, and economic and financial analysis to assist engineering managers in making fiscally sound decisions. Topics include: Gantt charting, Work Breakdown Structures, Budget Tracking, and financial measures such as Return On Investment, Break-even Analysis, Replacement Analysis, Depreciation and Taxes, and Multiple-criteria Decision Making. 3 credits IE 310: Work Design The design and implementation of a production system is used to provide a fundamental understanding of work design and performance improvement concepts, tools, and techniques. Topics covered include applied anthropometry, charting techniques, work methods and waste analysis, performance measurements and learning curves, workplace organization and visual

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