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					TE IE 470              R. Liu           IE 470 - Manufacturing Processes       The interrelations of materials, processes, and design with various aspects of
                                        II - Class 2, lab 2, cr. 3.            manufacturing.
                                        Prerequisite: IE 370.
TE IE 484              Y. Yih           IE 484 - Integrated Production         Extensions of topics on the design and operational control of integrated production
                                        Systems II - Class 2, lab 2, cr. 3.    systems. Includes production databases, facility layout, material handling, advanced
                                        Prerequisite: IE 383.                  control and scheduling, and physical distribution. Case studies, lab assignments, and
                                                                               projects.
TE IE 530 (or STAT 513) H. Wan          IE 530 - Quality Control - Class 3,    Principles and practices of statistical quality control in industry. Control charts for
                                        cr. 3. Prerequisite: IE 330.           measurements and for attributes. Acceptance sampling by attributes and by
                                                                               measurements. Standard sampling plans. Sequential analysis. Sampling inspection of
                                                                               continuous production.
TE IE 533              S. Lee           IE 533 - Industrial Applications of    The application of statistics to the effective design and analysis of industrial studies
                                        Statistics - Class 3, cr. 3.           relating to manufacturing and human factors engineering in order to optimize the
                                        Prerequisite: IE 330.                  utilization of equipment and resources. Emphasis on conducting these studies at the
                                                                               least cost.
TE IE 536              S. Kim           IE 536 - Stochastic Models in          An introduction to techniques for modeling random processes used in operations
                                        Operations Research I - Class 3, cr.   research. Markov chains, continuous time Markov processes, Markovian queues,
                                        3. Prerequisites: IE 156 and IE 336.   reliability and inventory models.

TE IE 570              S. Chandrasekar Manufacturing Process Engineering Develop methods and tools needed to analyze forming processes and material
                                                                          removal processes to predict forces, pressures, deformation and product properties;
                                                                          applications of these techniques to automotive and aerospace manufacturing
                                                                          processes are discussed.
TE IE 577              R. Proctor      Human Factors in Engineering
TE IE 581              S. Kim          IE 581 - Simulation Design and     An introduction to simulation of stochastic systems on digital computers. Emphasis is
                                       Analysis - Class 3, cr. 3.         on the fundamentals of simulation as a statistical experiment. Topics include uniform
                                       Prerequisites: CS 156, IE 330, and random numbers, input modeling, random variate generation, output analysis,
                                       IE 336.                            variance reduction, and optimization.
TE IE 590D   S. Landry     Applied Ergonomics - Class 3, cr.   Examine the process by which principles related to ergonomics are developed and
                           3.                                  applied. Various product and process considerations will focus on the physical and
                                                               cogitive aspects of safety, usability, satisfaction and acceptance. Demonstrated
                                                               principles and applications for product and process design incorporate fundamentals
                                                               from biomechanics, biodynamics, cognitive science, controls, engineering economics,
                                                               human-systems interaction, instrumentation, optimization, probability and statistical
                                                               analysis. The course should enable students a more successful application of
                                                               ergonomics in engineering design and evaluation in the future. Application domains
                                                               include transportation, manufacturing, health systems and military.

TE IE 590E   S. Nof        E-Work and E-Business Systems - Engineering responsibilities are increasingly concerned with distributed information
                           Class 3, cr. 3.                 activities, especially through the web. Work systems of concern increasingly involve
                                                           e-Work functions and e-Service design objectives. The students will learn the
                                                           necessary fundamentals and methods to know the design of such systems. I.E.
                                                           researchers have identified e-Work as the foundation for e-Service, e-Commerce, e-
                                                           Business, and other electronic production/service activities. e-Work is defined as the
                                                           collaborative, computer-and-communication-supported work in highly distributed
                                                           organizations of humans /robots /autonomous systems. This course is devoted to
                                                           learning the basic principles, theories and applications for the design of effective e-
                                                           Work and e-Service systems. Relevant discoveries at Purdue and elsewhere are also
                                                           presented.

TE IE 590R   J. Tanchoco   Manufacturing Economics - Class     Evaluation of capital projects. Replacement of capital equipment. Economics of
                           3, cr. 3.                           production systems.
TE ME 274    ME 274 - Basic      Review and extension of particle motion to include energy and momentum principles. Planar kinematics of rigid bodies. Kinetics
             Mechanics II -      for planar motion of rigid bodies, including equations of motion and principles of energy and momentum. Introduction to three-
             Prerequisite: ME    dimensional kinematics and kinetics of rigid bodies. Introduction to linear vibrations, with emphasis on single-degree-of-freedom
             270; corequisite:   systems.
             MA 266.
TE MSE 230   MSE 230 -           The relationship between the structure of materials and the resulting mechanical, thermal, electrical, and optical properties. Atomic
             Structure and       structure, bonding, atomic arrangement; crystal symmetry, crystal structure, habit, lattices, defects, and the use of X-ray diffraction.
             Properties of       Phase equilibria and microstructural development. Applications to design.
             Materials - Class
             3, cr. 3.
TE MA 341      MA 341 - Foundations of Analysis - An introductory course in rigorous analysis, covering real numbers, sequences, series, continuous functions,
               Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: MA   differentiation, and Riemann integration.
               261.
TE MA 353      MA 353 - Linear Algebra II, With Factoring matrices, orthogonal projections (with application to least squares estimation), diagonalization and
               Applications - Class 3, cr. 3.     Jordan canonical form (with applications to Markov chains and systems of differential equations), Hermitian
               Prerequisite: MA 265.              matrices, convexity (with application to linear programming). Emphasis on problem solving and applications
                                                  from science, engineering, economics, or business. Not open to students with credit in MA 511.

TE MA 362 or   MA 362 - Topics in Advanced      Multivariate calculus; partial differentiation; implicit function theorems and transformations; line and surface
   410         Calculus - Class 3, cr. 3.       integrals; vector fields; theorems of Gauss, Green, and Stokes. Credit granted for only one of MA 362, 410,
               Prerequisite: MA 261 and MA 265. and 510.

TE MA 385      MA 385 - Introduction to Logic -       Propositional calculus and predicate calculus with applications to mathematical proofs, valid arguments,
               Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: MA       switching theory, and formal languages.
               261.
TE MA 453      MA 453 - Elements of Algebra -         Fundamental properties of integers, polynomials, groups, rings, and fields, with emphasis on problem solving
               Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: MA 265   and applications. MA 385 is helpful but not required. Not open to students with credit in MA 450.
               (MA 385 is helpful, but not
               required)
TE MA 510      MA 510 - Vector Calculus - Class       Calculus of functions of several variables and of vector fields in orthogonal coordinate systems. Optimization
               3, cr. 3. Prerequisites: MA 265 and    problems, implicit function theorem, Green's theorem, Stokes' theorem, divergence theorems. Applications to
               MA 266. Not open to students with      engineering and the physical sciences. Not open to students with credit in MA 362 or 410.
               credit in MA 362 or MA 410.

TE MA 511      MA 511 - Linear Algebra with           Real and complex vector spaces; linear transformations; Gram-Schmidt process and projections; least
               Applications - Class 3, cr. 3.         squares; QR and LU factorization; diagonalization; real and complex spectral theorem; Schur trangular form;
               Prerequisites: MA 265 and MA           Jordan canonical form; quadratic forms. Not open to students with credit in MA 353.
               266. Not open to students with
               credit in MA 353.
TE/GE PSY 272 (or OBHR     PSY 272 - Psychological                Survey of psychological principles and research methods relevant to organizations and industry.
      330)                 Foudations of Work Behavior:           Topics include motivation, communication, leadership, conflict, and organizational
                           Intro to Industrial/Organization       effectiveness. Also covered are personnel selection, the work situation, human errors, and
                           Pyschology - Class 3, cr. 3. (PSY      accidents. (PSY 272 is preferred)
                           272 is preferred)
TE    PSY 310              PSY 310 - Sensory and Perceptual       A survey of the study of psychological experiences caused by simulation to the senses. Topics
                           Processes - Class 3, cr. 3.            include theory and research in seeing, hearing, touching, smelling, and tasting as experiences by
                           Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.   humans and other animals. (Not an approved General Education elective)
                           (Not an approved General
                           Education elective)
TE/GE PSY 314              PSY 314 - Introduction to              This course attempts to make clear the theoretical and practical implications of learning
                           Learning - Class 3, cr. 3.             principles and finding. Various theories of learning examined and the implications of these
                           Prerequisite: PSY 120 or consent       theories, and the learning approach generally, for a variety of practical problems are
                           of instructor.                         emphasized.
TE/GE PSY 333 or PSY 475   PSY 333 - Motivation - Class 3,        A survey of current research and theory in motivation. The effects of both learned and
                           cr. 3. Prerequisite: PSY 120 or        unlearned motives on behavior are discussed. Examples of topics covered are: hunger, sex,
                           consent of instructor. (PSY 475 is     aggression, pain, emotion, stress, frustration, conflict, and need for achievement, affiliation, and
                           preferred)                             power. (PSY 475 is preferred)
TE MGMT 200                  MGMT 200 - Introductory            The objectives of the course are to help students: (1) understand what is in financial statements and
                             Accounting - SS. Clss 3, cr. 3.    what the statements say about a business, (2) identify the business activities that caused the amounts
                                                                that appear in the statements, and (3) understand how, when, and at what amount the effects of
                                                                manager and employee actions will appear in the statements.
TE MGMT 201         MGMT 201 - Management                       An introduction to accounting for management planning and control, including cost accounting,
                    Accounting I - Class 3, cr. 3.              budgeting, accounting control systems, and use of accounting information in management decisions.
                    Prerequisite: MGMT 200.
TE MGMT 323         MGMT 323 - Introduction To           This mixed lecture and case course provides an overview of the functional area of marketing. The
                    Marketing Analysis - Class 3, cr. 3. course is taught from a managerial perspective; it focuses on inputs to the marketing decision-making
                                                         process, the process itself, and its results. No credit for students in the School of Management, except
                                                         economics majors.
TE MGMT 324 CONSENT MGMT 324 - Marketing                 The objectives of this course are to expose students to the problems commonly faced by marketing
            REQ'D   Management - Class 3, cr. 3.         managers and to develop skills in analyzing marketing problems and preparing implementable plans
                    Prerequisite: MGMT 201 and           of action based on analyses of given business situations. Cases and a marketing simulation are used to
                    ECON 251. Open only to students focus the discussion and to reinforce learning of key marketing concepts.
                    pursuing a management minor.

TE MGMT 350 CONSENT MGMT 350 - Intermediate                     Financial reporting for interested external parties. Emphasis on asset valuation, income measurement,
            REQ'D   Accounting I - Class 3, cr. 3.              and preparation of financial statements, and on appreciation of discretion available to preparers.
                    Prerequisite: MGMT 201. Open
                    only to students pursuing a
                    management minor.
TE MGMT 351 CONSENT MGMT 351 - Intermediate                     Continuation of Intermediate Accounting I. An examination of additional problems in financial
            REQ'D   Accounting II - Class 3, cr. 3.             reporting, including long-term assets, liabilities, owners' equity, income taxes, earnings per share,
                    Prerequisite: MGMT 350 with a               leases, and pensions.
                    grade of C or higher, or consent of
                    instructor. Open only to students
                    pursuing a management minor.

TE MGMT 354 CONSENT MGMT 354 - Legal Foundation of              An examination and study, for management students, of the nature and place of law in our society,
               REQ'D Business - Class 3, cr. 3. Open only       both national and international, the social and moral bases of law enactment, regulation of business,
                     to students pursuing a management          legal liability, enforcement procedures, and the legal environment for managers.
                     minor.
TE MGMT 405          MGMT 405 - Tools and Methods               The course is an undergraduate elective offered as part of the Center for Manufacturing Management
   (or IE 566)       for TQM - Class 3, cr. 3. May be           Enterprises (CMME) quality initiatives. Provides an overview of various tools and methods for total
                     used for management minor.                 quality management.
TE MGMT 425   MGMT 425 - Marketing Planning          The purpose of this course is to develop skills in the planning and execution of market research
              and Research - Class 3, cr. 3.         studies designed to acquire useful information for marketing decisions. It aims to familiarize students
              Prereqisite: MGMT 324. Open only       with techniques of research design, data collection, and analysis. Emphasis is placed on evaluating the
              to students pursuing a management      results obtained from such investigations.
              minor.
TE MGMT 455   MGMT 455 - Legal Background            The nature and place of law in our society, national and international, social and moral bases of law
              for Business I - Class 3, cr. 3. May   enactment, regulation of business, legal liability, and enforcement procedures. Special emphasis on
              not be used for a management           torts, contracts, and agency. No credit to students in the School of Management.
              minor.
TE STAT 512               STAT 512 - Applied Regression        Inference in simple and multiple linear regression, residual analysis, transformations, polynomial
                          Analysis - Class 3, cr. 3.           regression, model building with real data, nonlinear regression. One-way and two-way analysis of
                          Prerequisite: IE 330.                variance, multiple comparisons, fixed and random factors, analysis of covariance. Use of existing
                                                               statistical computer programs.
TE STAT 513 (or IE 530)   STAT 513 - Statistical Quality       (IE 530) Principles and methods of statistical process control: Shewhart control charts; process
                          Control - Class 3, cr. 3.            capability; cumulative sum and exponentially weighted moving average charts; probability properties
                          Prerequisite: IE 330.                of control charts. Acceptance sampling for attributes and variables data; standard sampling systems.
                                                               Recent trends in quality control.
TE STAT 514               STAT 514 - Design of Experiments Fundamentals, completely randomized design; randomized complete blocks; Latin square; multi-
                          - Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: STAT classification; factorial; nested factorials; incomplete blocks and fractional replications for 2P, 3P;
                          512.                                 confounding; lattice designs; general mixed factorials; split plot; analysis of variance for regression
                                                               models; optimum design. Experience in the use of statistical programs from the Computing Center
                                                               library.
TE STAT 516               STAT 516 - Basic Probability and A first course in probability intended to serve as a background for statistics and other applications.
                          Applications - Class 3, cr. 3.       Sample spaces and axioms of probability, discrete and continuous random variables, conditional
                          Prerequisite or corequisite: MA      probability and Bayes' theorem, joint and conditional probability distributions, expectations,
                          261.                                 moments and moment-generating functions, law of large numbers and central limit theorem. (The
                                                               probability material in Course 1 of the Society of Actuaries and the Casualty Actuarial Society is
                                                               covered by this course.)
TE STAT 517               STAT 517 - Statistical Inference - A basic course in statistical theory covering standard statistical methods and their applications.
                          Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: STAT Estimation including unbiased, maximum likelihood, and moment estimation; testing hypotheses for
                          516.                                 standard distributions and contingency tables; confidence intervals and regions; introduction to
                                                               nonparametric tests and linear regression.
TE OBHR 300               OBHR 300 - Management of               Survey of theory and techniques used in human resource management within organizations.
                          Human Resources - Class 3, cr. 3.      Emphasis is placed on legal concerns, human resource staffing and development, reward
                          Prerequisite: A basic course in        systems, and the role of unions in American society. Techniques studied include job analysis, the
                          psychology. May not be used for a      use of various recruitment and selection procedures, compensation, administration, and
                          mangement minor.                       collective bargaining. No credit for students in the School of Management.

TE OBHR 330     CONSENT   OBHR 330 - Organizational         This course investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and organizational structure have on
   (or PSY 272) REQ'D                                       behavior within organizations for the purpose of applying such knowledge toward improving an
                          Behavior - Class 3, cr. 3. Open only
                          to students pursuing a management organization's effectiveness. Attention is given to such topics as motivation, leadership, group
                          minor.                            processes, organizational structure, technological innovation, and conflict management.
                                                            Emphasis is placed on developing management skills and application of organizational behavior
                                                            theories.
TE OBHR 428   CONSENT     OBHR 428 - Human Research         Survey of the techniques and practices used in human resource management. Emphasis is on
              REQ'D       Management - Class 3, cr. 3. Open legal requirements, cost/benefit considerations, and strategic needs in managing human
                          only to students pursuing a       resources. Topics include recruitment, selection and placement, compensation, work design, and
                          management minor.                 reactions to work. Specific techniques reviewed include assessment centers, incentive plans,
                                                            structured interviewing, and autonomous work groups. Current issues and managerial decision
                                                            making are emphasized.
Technical Electives                                                                                                                                            10



TE        IE 470       IE 470 - Manufacturing Processes      The interrelations of materials, processes, and design with various aspects of manufacturing.
                       II - Class 2, lab 2, cr. 3.
                       Prerequisite: IE 370.
TE        IE 484       IE 484 - Integrated Production        Extensions of topics on the design and operational control of integrated production systems.
                       Systems II - Class 2, lab 2, cr. 3.   Includes production databases, facility layout, material handling, advanced control and
                       Prerequisite: IE 383.                 scheduling, and physical distribution. Case studies, lab assignments, and projects.

TE        IE 530 (or   IE 530 - Quality Control - Class 3, Principles and practices of statistical quality control in industry. Control charts for
          STAT 513)    cr. 3. Prerequisite: IE 330.        measurements and for attributes. Acceptance sampling by attributes and by measurements.
                                                           Standard sampling plans. Sequential analysis. Sampling inspection of continuous production.

TE        IE 533       IE 533 - Industrial Applications of The application of statistics to the effective design and analysis of industrial studies relating
                       Statistics - Class 3, cr. 3.        to manufacturing and human factors engineering in order to optimize the utilization of
                       Prerequisite: IE 330.               equipment and resources. Emphasis on conducting these studies at the least cost.

TE        IE 536       IE 536 - Stochastic Models in        An introduction to techniques for modeling random processes used in operations research.
                       Operations Research I - Class 3, cr. Markov chains, continuous time Markov processes, Markovian queues, reliability and
                       3. Prerequisites: IE 156 and IE 336. inventory models.

TE        IE 581       IE 581 - Simulation Design and     An introduction to simulation of stochastic systems on digital computers. Emphasis is on the
                       Analysis - Class 3, cr. 3.         fundamentals of simulation as a statistical experiment. Topics include uniform random
                       Prerequisites: CS 156, IE 330, and numbers, input modeling, random variate generation, output analysis, variance reduction, and
                       IE 336.                            optimization.
TE        MA 341       MA 341 - Foundations of Analysis - An introductory course in rigorous analysis, covering real numbers, sequences, series,
                       Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: MA   continuous functions, differentiation, and Riemann integration.
                       261.
TE        MA 353       MA 353 - Linear Algebra II, With Factoring matrices, orthogonal projections (with application to least squares estimation),
                       Applications - Class 3, cr. 3.     diagonalization and Jordan canonical form (with applications to Markov chains and systems
                       Prerequisite: MA 265.              of differential equations), Hermitian matrices, convexity (with application to linear
                                                          programming). Emphasis on problem solving and applications from science, engineering,
                                                          economics, or business. Not open to students with credit in MA 511.

TE        MA 362 or    MA 362 - Topics in Advanced      Multivariate calculus; partial differentiation; implicit function theorems and transformations;
          410          Calculus - Class 3, cr. 3.       line and surface integrals; vector fields; theorems of Gauss, Green, and Stokes. Credit granted
                       Prerequisite: MA 261 and MA 265. for only one of MA 362, 410, and 510.

TE        MA 385       MA 385 - Introduction to Logic -      Propositional calculus and predicate calculus with applications to mathematical proofs, valid
                       Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: MA      arguments, switching theory, and formal languages.
                       261.
Technical Electives                                                                                                                                                  11



TE        MA 453             MA 453 - Elements of Algebra -         Fundamental properties of integers, polynomials, groups, rings, and fields, with emphasis on
                             Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: MA       problem solving and applications. MA 385 is helpful but not required. Not open to students
                             265 (MA 385 is helpful, but not        with credit in MA 450.
                             required)
TE        MA 510             MA 510 - Vector Calculus - Class       Calculus of functions of several variables and of vector fields in orthogonal coordinate
                             3, cr. 3. Prerequisites: MA 265 and    systems. Optimization problems, implicit function theorem, Green's theorem, Stokes'
                             MA 266. Not open to students with      theorem, divergence theorems. Applications to engineering and the physical sciences. Not
                             credit in MA 362 or MA 410.            open to students with credit in MA 362 or 410.

TE        MA 511             MA 511 - Linear Algebra with           Real and complex vector spaces; linear transformations; Gram-Schmidt process and
                             Applications - Class 3, cr. 3.         projections; least squares; QR and LU factorization; diagonalization; real and complex
                             Prerequisites: MA 265 and MA           spectral theorem; Schur trangular form; Jordan canonical form; quadratic forms. Not open to
                             266. Not open to students with         students with credit in MA 353.
                             credit in MA 353.
TE        ME 274             ME 274 - Basic Mechanics II -          Review and extension of particle motion to include energy and momentum principles. Planar
                             Prerequisite: ME 270; corequisite:     kinematics of rigid bodies. Kinetics for planar motion of rigid bodies, including equations of
                             MA 266.                                motion and principles of energy and momentum. Introduction to three-dimensional
                                                                    kinematics and kinetics of rigid bodies. Introduction to linear vibrations, with emphasis on
                                                                    single-degree-of-freedom systems.
TE        MGMT 200           MGMT 200 - Introductory                The objectives of the course are to help students: (1) understand what is in financial
                             Accounting - SS. Clss 3, cr. 3.        statements and what the statements say about a business, (2) identify the business activities
                                                                    that caused the amounts that appear in the statements, and (3) understand how, when, and at
                                                                    what amount the effects of manager and employee actions will appear in the statements.

TE        MGMT 201           MGMT 201 - Management           An introduction to accounting for management planning and control, including cost
                             Accounting I - Class 3, cr. 3.  accounting, budgeting, accounting control systems, and use of accounting information in
                             Prerequisite: MGMT 200.         management decisions.
TE        MGMT 323           MGMT 323 - Introduction To      This mixed lecture and case course provides an overview of the functional area of marketing.
                                                             The course is taught from a managerial perspective; it focuses on inputs to the marketing
                             Marketing Analysis - Class 3, cr. 3.
                                                             decision-making process, the process itself, and its results. No credit for students in the
                                                             School of Management, except economics majors.
TE        MGMT 324 CONSENT   MGMT 324 - Marketing            The objectives of this course are to expose students to the problems commonly faced by
                   REQ'D     Management - Class 3, cr. 3.    marketing managers and to develop skills in analyzing marketing problems and preparing
                             Prerequisite: MGMT 201 and      implementable plans of action based on analyses of given business situations. Cases and a
                             ECON 251. Open only to students marketing simulation are used to focus the discussion and to reinforce learning of key
                             pursuing a management minor.    marketing concepts.
Technical Electives                                                                                                                                                  12



TE        MGMT 350 CONSENT   MGMT 350 - Intermediate                Financial reporting for interested external parties. Emphasis on asset valuation, income
                   REQ'D     Accounting I - Class 3, cr. 3.         measurement, and preparation of financial statements, and on appreciation of discretion
                             Prerequisite: MGMT 201. Open           available to preparers.
                             only to students pursuing a
                             management minor.
TE        MGMT 351 CONSENT   MGMT 351 - Intermediate                Continuation of Intermediate Accounting I. An examination of additional problems in
                   REQ'D     Accounting II - Class 3, cr. 3.        financial reporting, including long-term assets, liabilities, owners' equity, income taxes,
                             Prerequisite: MGMT 350 with a          earnings per share, leases, and pensions.
                             grade of C or higher, or consent of
                             instructor. Open only to students
                             pursuing a management minor.

TE        MGMT 354 CONSENT   MGMT 354 - Legal Foundation of         An examination and study, for management students, of the nature and place of law in our
                   REQ'D     Business - Class 3, cr. 3. Open only   society, both national and international, the social and moral bases of law enactment,
                             to students pursuing a management      regulation of business, legal liability, enforcement procedures, and the legal environment for
                             minor.                                 managers.
TE        MGMT 405           MGMT 405 - Tools and Methods           The course is an undergraduate elective offered as part of the Center for Manufacturing
          (or IE 566)        for TQM - Class 3, cr. 3. May be       Management Enterprises (CMME) quality initiatives. Provides an overview of various tools
                             used for management minor.             and methods for total quality management.

TE        MGMT 425           MGMT 425 - Marketing Planning          The purpose of this course is to develop skills in the planning and execution of market
                             and Research - Class 3, cr. 3.         research studies designed to acquire useful information for marketing decisions. It aims to
                             Prereqisite: MGMT 324. Open only       familiarize students with techniques of research design, data collection, and analysis.
                             to students pursuing a management      Emphasis is placed on evaluating the results obtained from such investigations.
                             minor.
TE        MGMT 455           MGMT 455 - Legal Background            The nature and place of law in our society, national and international, social and moral bases
                             for Business I - Class 3, cr. 3. May   of law enactment, regulation of business, legal liability, and enforcement procedures. Special
                             not be used for a management           emphasis on torts, contracts, and agency. No credit to students in the School of Management.
                             minor.
TE        MSE 230            MSE 230 - Structure and Properties     The relationship between the structure of materials and the resulting mechanical, thermal,
                             of Materials - Class 3, cr. 3.         electrical, and optical properties. Atomic structure, bonding, atomic arrangement; crystal
                                                                    symmetry, crystal structure, habit, lattices, defects, and the use of X-ray diffraction. Phase
                                                                    equilibria and microstructural development. Applications to design.

TE        OBHR 300           OBHR 300 - Management of               Survey of theory and techniques used in human resource management within organizations.
                             Human Resources - Class 3, cr. 3.      Emphasis is placed on legal concerns, human resource staffing and development, reward
                             Prerequisite: A basic course in        systems, and the role of unions in American society. Techniques studied include job analysis,
                             psychology. May not be used for a      the use of various recruitment and selection procedures, compensation, administration, and
                             mangement minor.                       collective bargaining. No credit for students in the School of Management.
Technical Electives                                                                                                                                                       13



TE        OBHR 330      CONSENT   OBHR 330 - Organizational            This course investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and organizational structure
          (or PSY       REQ'D     Behavior - Class 3, cr. 3. Open      have on behavior within organizations for the purpose of applying such knowledge toward
          272)                    only to students pursuing a          improving an organization's effectiveness. Attention is given to such topics as motivation,
                                  management minor.                    leadership, group processes, organizational structure, technological innovation, and conflict
                                                                       management. Emphasis is placed on developing management skills and application of
                                                                       organizational behavior theories.
TE        OBHR 428      CONSENT   OBHR 428 - Human Research            Survey of the techniques and practices used in human resource management. Emphasis is on
                        REQ'D     Management - Class 3, cr. 3. Open legal requirements, cost/benefit considerations, and strategic needs in managing human
                                  only to students pursuing a          resources. Topics include recruitment, selection and placement, compensation, work design,
                                  management minor.                    and reactions to work. Specific techniques reviewed include assessment centers, incentive
                                                                       plans, structured interviewing, and autonomous work groups. Current issues and managerial
                                                                       decision making are emphasized.
TE/GE     PSY 272 (or             PSY 272 - Psychological              Survey of psychological principles and research methods relevant to organizations and
          OBHR 330)               Foudations of Work Behavior:         industry. Topics include motivation, communication, leadership, conflict, and organizational
                                  Intro to Industrial/Organization     effectiveness. Also covered are personnel selection, the work situation, human errors, and
                                  Pyschology - Class 3, cr. 3. (PSY accidents. (PSY 272 is preferred)
                                  272 is preferred)
TE        PSY 310                 PSY 310 - Sensory and Perceptual A survey of the study of psychological experiences caused by simulation to the senses.
                                  Processes - Class 3, cr. 3.          Topics include theory and research in seeing, hearing, touching, smelling, and tasting as
                                  Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. experiences by humans and other animals. (Not an approved General Education elective)
                                  (Not an approved General
                                  Education elective)
TE/GE     PSY 314                 PSY 314 - Introduction to Learning This course attempts to make clear the theoretical and practical implications of learning
                                  - Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: PSY principles and finding. Various theories of learning examined and the implications of these
                                  120 or consent of instructor.        theories, and the learning approach generally, for a variety of practical problems are
                                                                       emphasized.
TE/GE     PSY 333 or              PSY 333 - Motivation - Class 3, cr. A survey of current research and theory in motivation. The effects of both learned and
          PSY 475                 3. Prerequisite: PSY 120 or consent unlearned motives on behavior are discussed. Examples of topics covered are: hunger, sex,
                                  of instructor. (PSY 475 is           aggression, pain, emotion, stress, frustration, conflict, and need for achievement, affiliation,
                                  preferred)                           and power. (PSY 475 is preferred)
TE        STAT 512                STAT 512 - Applied Regression        Inference in simple and multiple linear regression, residual analysis, transformations,
                                  Analysis - Class 3, cr. 3.           polynomial regression, model building with real data, nonlinear regression. One-way and two-
                                  Prerequisite: IE 330.                way analysis of variance, multiple comparisons, fixed and random factors, analysis of
                                                                       covariance. Use of existing statistical computer programs.
TE        STAT 513                STAT 513 - Statistical Quality       (IE 530) Principles and methods of statistical process control: Shewhart control charts;
          (or IE 530)             Control - Class 3, cr. 3.            process capability; cumulative sum and exponentially weighted moving average charts;
                                  Prerequisite: IE 330.                probability properties of control charts. Acceptance sampling for attributes and variables
                                                                       data; standard sampling systems. Recent trends in quality control.
Technical Electives                                                                                                                                            14



TE        STAT 514    STAT 514 - Design of Experiments Fundamentals, completely randomized design; randomized complete blocks; Latin square;
                      - Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: STAT multi-classification; factorial; nested factorials; incomplete blocks and fractional replications
                      512.                                 for 2P, 3P; confounding; lattice designs; general mixed factorials; split plot; analysis of
                                                           variance for regression models; optimum design. Experience in the use of statistical programs
                                                           from the Computing Center library.
TE        STAT 516    STAT 516 - Basic Probability and A first course in probability intended to serve as a background for statistics and other
                      Applications - Class 3, cr. 3.       applications. Sample spaces and axioms of probability, discrete and continuous random
                      Prerequisite or corequisite: MA      variables, conditional probability and Bayes' theorem, joint and conditional probability
                      261.                                 distributions, expectations, moments and moment-generating functions, law of large numbers
                                                           and central limit theorem. (The probability material in Course 1 of the Society of Actuaries
                                                           and the Casualty Actuarial Society is covered by this course.)

TE        STAT 517    STAT 517 - Statistical Inference -   A basic course in statistical theory covering standard statistical methods and their
                      Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: STAT   applications. Estimation including unbiased, maximum likelihood, and moment estimation;
                      516.                                 testing hypotheses for standard distributions and contingency tables; confidence intervals and
                                                           regions; introduction to nonparametric tests and linear regression.

				
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