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New York University Tandon School of Engineering    
 
    
 
  Aug 21, 2017
 
2016-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Bulletin (with addenda)

Industrial Engineering, M.S.


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Requirements for the Master of Science


The general Polytechnic requirements for the degree Master of Science are stated in this catalog under “Graduate Degrees and Advanced Certificates ”. Detailed requirements for this degree are shown below.

Admission to the Master of Science program requires a bachelor’s degree in a related discipline from an accredited institution. Applicants should have a superior undergraduate academic record. Students who do not meet these requirements are considered individually for admission and may be admitted subject to their completion of courses to remove deficiencies. Students are encouraged to seek waivers (and have approved substitutes designated) for all required courses in which they can demonstrate competence, thereby using their time effectively.

Prerequisite Courses (or equivalent knowledge)


Students must have knowledge of engineering economics and probability and statistics. Prospective students lacking the relevant knowledge may satisfy the requirement by taking probability and statistics (MA-GY 6513  or equivalent).

Up to 3 credits of graduate courses in this category of prerequisite knowledge can be counted toward the degree as electives, although the electives needed for the student’s concentration also must be satisfied.

Other Courses: 18 Credits


Students must take three electives from manufacturing or industrial engineering for a total of 9 credits.

The following courses can be used to fulfill the elective requirements for the Masters in Industrial (IE) engineering. Students can also elect to take an additional three courses/nine credits outside of the MN/IE curriculum with approval from their academic advisor.

Total: 30 Credits


Note:


Students should elect other courses in consultation with their adviser. Concentrations in areas suited to students’ career interest are encouraged (e.g., manufacturing, mechanical engineering, operations management, construction management and management of technology). Courses from computer science or management may supplement such a concentration.

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