Curriculum: Master in Engineering Management

Foundation Courses
206511: Industrial Engineering I 3(3-0)
Material science and manufacturing processes, motion and time study, introduction to industrial management and organization.
206512: Industrial Engineering II 3(3-0)
Industrial statistical quality control, operations research technique, engineering economics, and production management.
206513: Applied Quantitative Sciences in Industrial Engineering 3(3-0)
Mathematical models and techniques for decision making in analysis, design and control of industrial production systems such as mathematical programming models, probabilistic and stochastic models, basic industrial data analysis, forecasting techniques and stochastic discrete-event simulation.
206515: Behavior Sciences in Industrial Engineering 3(3-0)
Modern industrial management philosophy, performance measurement and evaluation systems, mixtures between industrial psychology and ergonomics in system designs in order to meet qualitative goals, environmental effects in work places, biomechanical method for work analysis and designs and behavior analysis for safety system.
Major Courses
222511: Applied Statistics for Engineers 3(3-0)
Discrete probability distributions, continuous probability distributions, random sampling, hypothesis testing, estimation methods, simple linear regression analysis, multiple linear regression analysis, non-parametric methods, and design of experiment.
222521: Total Quality Management 3(3-0)
Quality management, leadership in quality, information and data analysis, strategic quality planning, human resource development and management, continuous quality improvement, statistical process control.
222522: Supply Chain Design and Management 3(3-0)
Distribution strategy, procurement and manufacturing strategies, information network, planning and scheduling, inventory management, transportation management, warehousing and material handling, performance and financial assessment.
222523: Manufacturing System Management 3(3-0)
Types of manufacturing systems, design and operations of manufacturing systems, and planning and control of manufacturing systems, group technology, Toyota production system, internet applications in manufacturing.
222524: Engineering Entrepreneurship 3(3-0)
Nature and importance of entrepreneurship in developing and transferring technology, aspects of entrepreneurship, innovation and entrepreneurship processes, business opportunities, screening and evaluation of investment opportunities, and development of a business plan..
222525: Production Planning and Management 3(3-0)
Roles of a manager in production planning and management, principles of production planning, forecasting, aggregate production planning, inventory management, material requirement planning, capacity planning, and scheduling.
222526: Production and Industrial Business Process Simulation 3(3-0)
Queueing models for industrial business process modeling, production and business model building, random number generation, random variate generation, input modeling, verification and validation of simulation models, and output analysis.
222527: Project Management for Engineering Management 3(3-0)
Project selection and project manager’s roles, project planning management, budgeting and cost estimation, scheduling, resource management and allocation, project monitoring and project management information systems, project control management, and project auditing.
222528: Contemporary topics in Quality Management 3(3-0)
Focused on emerging practices in quality management: creation of value-chain and brand value; attention to customer requirement, satisfaction, and delight; roles of technology in assuring effective quality management; quality management practices in service industries, including service before, during, and after sales; warranty management; and quality management within the context to strategic planning.
222531: Performance Measurement, Assessment, and Analysis 3(3-0)
Emphasis on measurement and assessment of performance at the organizational, functional, and individual level. Applications of tools and techniques to establish a set of performance. Measures of key performance indicators in a ratio format. Discussion included auditing into quality of measures used to reflect the performance level. Presentation of performance analysis.
222541: Engineering Management Information System 3(3-0)
Roles of managers in information technology, using technology to transform the organization, interpreting and understanding information, frameworks for information technology, impact of information technology on the organization, database management, communications, information technology architectures, system analysis and design.
222542: Management for Engineers 3(3-0)
Planning, coordination, and analysis in management. Aspects of key theories and concepts for better management. Management functions and designing a management process.
222543: Economic Analysis and Managerial Decision Making for Engineering 3(3-0)
Decision making in engineering and management; cost concepts for decision making; engineering economic analysis; applications of optimization techniques in equipment replacement, capital budgeting, and capacity expansion; cost and profit relationship analysis; effects of inflation and tax; analysis of risk and uncertainty for managerial decision making.
222544: Financial and Managerial Accounting for Engineers 3(3-0)
Principles of accounting; financial reports; financial transaction analysis; financial statement analysis; budgeting and variance analysis; economic analysis of short-term decisions.
222545: Cost Management for Engineers 3(3-0)
Cost management concepts; activity-based costing and management; cost management planning; cost management systems; operational control through flexible budgeting and standard costing; management control through performance evaluation and design of management control systems for evaluation.
222546: Safety and Hazard Management 3(3-0)
Vision for safety and hazard management, safety and ethics for engineers and managers, business strategies and safety policies, safety management systems, organization and personnel for safety, training and personnel development, leadership, safety information systems, safety management standards and assessment.
222591: Research Methods in Engineering Management 1(1-0)
Research principles and methods in industrial Engineering problem analysis for research topic identification data collecting for research planning, identification of samples and techniques. Research analysis, result explanation and discussion, report presentation and preparation for journal publication.
222595: Independent Study 3(3-0)
Independent study on interesting topic at the master level, compile into a written report and present in the final oral examination.
222596: Selected Topics in Engineering Management 1-3
Selected topics in engineering management at the master lever, topics are subject to change in each semester.
222597: Seminar 1,1
Presentation and discussion of interesting topics in engineering management at the master level
Offered every semester.
222598: Special Problems 1-3
Study and research in engineering management at the master level and compile into a written report.
222599: Thesis 1-12
Research at the master’s degree level and compile into a thesis .
Minor Courses
422581: Statistical Quality Control 3(3-0)
Basis statistics for quality control, control charts, lot by lot and continuous production, acceptance sampling plans, double and sequential sampling plans, cost model in sampling plans, minimal total cost analysis
422554: Data Analysis and Regression 3(3-0)
Simple regression model, multiple regression model, diagnostic checking, multi-collinearity problem, model building, transformation, resistant line, robust regression.
422585: Simulation Techniques 3(3-0)
Generation of random variance with specified probability distribution, simulation process analysis and problem solving by Monte-Carlo method, simulating random events, use of package program in simulation, use of simulation technique in statistical studies.
214511: Information Technology for Organization 3(3-0)
Using information technology (IT) for improving quality and productivity, and for enhancing competitiveness and value added in organization. Components of information systems. Personal information systems: computer hardware and software technology, and personal productivity tools. Information systems development life cycles. Developing of personal information systems applications. Workgroup information system: goals, components, and development. Enterprise information system: goals, components, and development. Hand-on experience on personal productivity tools, Internet and World Wide Web.
214512: Foundations of Computer Technology 3(3-0)
Computer architecture and organization. Computer architecture: process, memories and input/output devices. Operating systems and system software tools. Structured programming. Software analysis and design. Systems software and applications software. File and database management systems. Database applications on personal computers.
214522: Managing Information Technology 3(3-0)
355501: English Required by the Graduate School 3(3-0)
To develop students’ essential reading comprehensive skills; to enlarge English vocabulary through reading; to encourage students to learn to think in English; and to prepare them for reading academic texts in their field of study.