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									                          DEPARTMENT OF INDUSRIAL ENGINEERING
                                  COURSE CATALOG DATA

IE 101 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING (2-0) 2                                                ECTS: 6
Introduction to engineering. Discussion and analysis of the engineering design process. Design
documentation. Ethical and legal issues in engineering and design. Hands-on-experience on the design
process through a semester-long project.

IE 102 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (2-0) 2                                     ECTS: 3
History of industrial engineering. Industrial engineering specialty areas. Problem types. Industrial
engineering approach to problem solving. Introduction to industrial engineering models and tools.
Overview of industrial engineering curriculum at Atılım University.

IE 201 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS I (3-0) 3                                                 ECTS: 6
Introduction to statistics and descriptive data analysis. Probability. Random variables. Probability
distributions. Mathematical expectation. Discrete and continuous probability distributions. Functions
of random variables. Random sampling, data description, and some fundamental sampling

IE 202 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS II (3-0) 3                                                ECTS: 6
One-and two sample estimation problems. One-and two-sample tests of hypothesis. Simple linear
regression and correlation. Multiple linear regression. Forecasting. Time series analysis. Seasonality.
Smoothing. Moving Averages. Trend Projection. Applications in industrial engineering. (Prerequisite:
IE 201).

IE 205 COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING DRAWING (2-2) 3                                        ECTS: 5
Introduction to engineering drawing and computer aided engineering drawing. Geometrical
constructions. Orthographic projection. Three-dimensional drawing techniques. Sectional views.
Dimensioning and tolerances. Simple assembly drawings. The role of engineering drawing for design
and manufacturing. Computer laboratory applications using an engineering drawing software package.

IE 206 ENGINEERING COST ANALYSIS (3-0) 3                                               ECTS: 5
Organization, measurement and interpretation of economic information. Basics of financial
accounting. Preparation of financial statements. Cost concepts and costing techniques. Budgeting.
Cost-Volume-Profit analysis. Pricing.

IE 220 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (3-0) 3                                                   ECTS: 6
Introduction to probability and counting. Probability laws. Discrete distributions. Continuous
distributions. Joint distributions. Descriptive statistics. Estimation. Inferences on the mean and
variance of a distribution. Inferences on proportions. Comparing two means and two variances.
Simple linear regression and correlation. Multiple linear regression model. Analysis of variance.
Factorial experiments. Categorical data. Statistical quality control. (for non-IE students)

IE 301 OPERATIONS RESEARCH I (3-0) 3                                                     ECTS: 5.5
Methodology of operations research. Formulation of engineering problems in manufacturing and
service organizations. Construction of linear models for real-life problems. Solution algorithms for
linear programming. Duality and sensitivity analysis. Transportation, assignment, and transshipment
problem. (Prerequisite: MATH 275).
IE 302 OPERATIONS RESEARCH II (3-0) 3                                                ECTS: 5.5
Modeling with integer variables. Applications in manufacturing and service environments. Network
models: model formulation, minimal spanning tree, shortest path, maximal flow problems, critical
path method and program evaluation review technique. Introduction to stochastic models and
processes. Introduction to queuing models. (Prerequisite: IE 301).

IE 304 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (3-0) 3                                               ECTS: 5
Information systems, their development and use. IT infrastructure, databases, data mining and
knowledge discovering in databases, internet technologies and standards, e-commerce, and CRM.
Ensuring quality with information. Implementing IT: ethics, impacts, and security.

IE 305 ENGINEERING ECONOMIC ANALYSIS (3-0) 3                                           ECTS: 5
Economic analysis for engineering and managerial decision-making. Cash flows, effect of time and
interest rate on money and physical assets. Methods of evaluating alternatives: present worth,
future worth, annual worth, rate-of-return and benefit/cost ratios. Replacement analysis.
Depreciation and taxes. Effects of inflation. Uncertainty and preference under risk. (for non-IE

IE 306 SUPPLY CHAIN MODELLING I (3-0) 3                                                ECTS: 5
Introduction to supply chain management. Introduction to logistics. Forecasting. Purchasing and
scheduling decisions. Inventory policy decisions. Information systems. Revenue management. Supply
chain organization and control.

IE 307 PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL (3-0) 3                                           ECTS: 5.5
Introduction to production systems. Production planning and control in decision making. Forecasting.
Aggregate production planning. Capacity planning. Materials requirement planning. Scheduling.
Advanced techniques and approaches in modern production planning and control for designing
manufacturing and service systems.

IE 314 PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3-0) 3                                                     ECTS: 5
Elements and phases of project management. Functions (planning, staffing, scheduling, monitoring,
and control) and techniques (CPM, PERT, etc.) of project management. Software tools for project
management. Project cost control and time/resource management. Leadership styles, conflict and
risk management.

IE 315 ENGINEERING ECONOMY (3-0) 3                                                        ECTS: 5
Economic analysis for engineering and managerial decision-making. Cash flows, time value of money,
basic time value models. Methods of evaluating alternatives. Analysing and estimating costs of
engineering alternatives. Depreciation and after tax economic analysis. Effects of inflation.
Replacement decisions. Public sector engineering decisions. Sensitivity analysis and decision making
under risk and uncertainty. (for IE students)

IE 316 ERGONOMICS (2-2) 3                                                                      ECTS: 5
Basic concepts in ergonomics. Anatomical and physiological capabilities and limitations of human-
beings as related to systems design and human performance. Human information processing and its
relevance to the design of displays and controls. Use of anthropometric data in the design of
equipment, tools, and workstations and/or offices. Design of displays and controls systems. Analysis
of environmental factors (noise, vibration, light, climate, and air quality). Design of work environment.
IE 318 QUALITY MANAGEMENT (3-0) 3                                                         ECTS: 5
The role and importance of quality management system. Methods for quality planning, improvement
and control with applications in manufacturing and service sectors. Statistical process control.
Process capability analysis. Concepts of quality of design and quality of conformance. Quality costs.
Reliability. Scope of total quality control and total quality management. Acceptance sampling.
Introduction to TS-ISO international standards series. (Prerequisites: IE 201).

IE 320 BUSINESS PROCESS REENGINEERING (3-0) 3                                           ECTS: 5
Business concept and content of the new economy. Backbone of e-business: ERP (Enterprise Resource
Planning), SCM (Supply Chain Management), e-business in action B2B (Business to Business), B2C
(Business to consumer) and CRM (Customer relationship Management). Mobile commerce (m-
commerce) and infrastructure. ICT (Information Communication Technology) concept.

IE 321 ETHICS FOR ENGINEERS (3-0) 3                                                      ECTS: 5
Professional Ethics in comparison with Personal Ethics and Common Morality. Becoming responsible
engineers. Ethical problem formulation and analytical tools to resolve ethical issues. Utilitarian
versus Respect for Persons Approaches. Honesty, integrity and reliability. Risk, safety, liability of
engineers. Obligations of engineers to public, managers and their clients. Issues related to
environment, gender and minorities.

IE 399 SUMMER PRACTICE I (Non-credit)                                               ECTS: 3.5
A minimum of 4 weeks (20 working days) training in a manufacturing facility. Observation of the
various aspects of the production system (such as production processes, quality and cost).
Preparation of a written report based on the IE399 guide.

IE 401 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING DESIGN I (2-2) 3                                              ECTS: 5
This is the first part of the two-semester Industrial Engineering Design course (IE 401 and IE 402)
that serves as the capstone design for the application of industrial engineering techniques to solve
complex real life problems in either a manufacturing or service enterprise. This first part includes
site visits, investigation of symptoms and problem definition. (Prerequisites: IE 302, IE 305, IE 307,
IE 407). Non-credit

IE 402 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING DESIGN II (1-4) 3                                          ECTS: 8
This is the second part of the two-semester Industrial Engineering Design course (IE 401 and IE
402) that serves as the capstone design for the application of industrial engineering techniques to
solve complex real life problems in either a manufacturing or service enterprise. The second part
includes collection and analysis of data, developing a model and/or designing a system to solve the
problem defined in the first part of the course (IE 401); reporting and documenting the solution.
(Prerequisite: IE 401)

IE 403 SIMULATION (3-0) 3                                                                  ECTS: 5.5
Elements and methodology of simulation. A review of probability and statistics relating to simulation.
Selecting input probability distributions. Generation of random variates. Simulation languages. Design
of simulation experiments and output analysis. (Prerequisite: IE 202).

IE 404 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING SEMINAR (0-2) 1                                      ECTS: 2.5
Interdisciplinary seminar series with presentations by faculty members and experts drawn from
industrial, technical, academic and government communities. Discussion of major industrial
engineering issues and topics of contemporary concern.
IE 407 SUPPLY CHAIN MODELLING II (3-0) 3                                                ECTS: 5
Coordinated product and supply chain design. Location, allocation, and layout of facilities in
production and/or service industries. Use of analytical and computerized layout techniques to
generate and evaluate layout alternatives. Analysis and design of warehouses, and material handling
and transportation systems.

IE 411 WORK STUDY AND DESIGN (3-0) 3                                                        ECTS: 5
The design process. Fundamentals of work methods and measurement. Special methods engineering
problems. Evaluation and improvement of methods design. Evaluation and improvement of management
techniques. Applications of engineering, psychological and physiological principles to the analysis and
design of human work systems.

IE 414 APPLICATIONS OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TOOLS (3-0) 3                               ECTS: 5
The study of open-ended cases in industrial engineering, through the application of relevant
techniques. The cases will be dealt with in two stages: a) presentation and analysis of the problem,
and b) survey of possible approaches for a solution. For each case, students will be required to
submit a detailed report, including problem analysis techniques and recommendations.

IE 415 INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS (3-0) 3                                                     ECTS: 5
Competitive markets, real world institutions, and the internal organization of firms.         Price
Discrimination. Vertical Control. Oligopoly Theory. Product Differentiation under Oligopoly. Entry,
Entry Deterrence, and Predation. New Empirical Industrial Organization. Non-cooperative game

IE 416 EXPERT SYSTEMS IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (3-0) 3                                     ECTS: 5
Technology of expert systems, and industrial engineering applications in manufacturing and service
facilities. Issues in knowledge acquisition, implementation and validation. Hands-on development of a
simple expert system. Artificial intelligence concepts, heuristics, problem solving, intelligent
attributes. Use of expert systems in industry. Intelligent decision support systems. Case studies
about engineering environments.

IE 417 SPECIAL TOPICS IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH (3-0) 3                                 ECTS: 5
Modeling operations research problems. Dantzig-Wolfe Decomposition algorithm. Column generation
method. Stochastic Processes. Markov Chains. Dynamic programming. Non-linear programming:
Unconstrained and constrained non-linear algorithms.

IE 418 DECISION ANALYSIS (3-0) 3                                                    ECTS: 5
Decision making in uncertain environments. Value of information. Risk seeking and risk averse
behavior. Utility functions. Multi-objective decision making. Goal programming.

IE 419 SERVICE SYSTEMS (3-0) 3                                                            ECTS: 5
Techniques and applications of control concepts in the design of service systems with efficiency and
customer satisfaction. Service strategy and competitiveness. Major concerns in the establishment of
a service system. Tools and techniques for managing service operations.

IE 420 HEURISTIC METHODS FOR OPTIMIZATION (3-0) 3                                        ECTS: 5
Introduction of a variety of important, main-stream heuristic techniques, both traditional and
modern, for solving combinatorial problems. Reasons for the existence of heuristic techniques, their
applicability and capabilities.
IE 421 E-COMMERCE AND ERP (3-0) 3                                                        ECTS: 5
Introduction to the business concept and content of the new economy. Basic concepts and
foundations of e-commerce. Developing issues in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Supply Chain
Management (SCM). E-Commerce within the Business to Business (B2B) and Business to Consumer
(B2C) context and discussions regarding the implementation of these systems.

IE 422 CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT (3-0) 3                                       ECTS: 5
An analytical study of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) as a major business engineering
function. Change management methodology. Overview of the operational and analytical CRM, e-CRM,
choosing the technology, and one-to-one (1 to 1) marketing. The integration of CRM with ERP and
SCM systems.

IE 423 MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONS (3-0) 3                                           ECTS: 5
Organization and management theories. Design of organization structures and procedures. Analysis
and design of resource planning and control. Technology in management. Basic skills for planning,
decision-making, communication, leadership and controlling. Introduction to change and
reorganization. Concepts of managing in an e-business world. Managerial ethics.

IE 424 ADVANCED ENGINEERING ECONOMIC ANALYSIS (3-0) 3                                    ECTS: 5
The theory and application of advanced engineering economy principles and methods for engineering
and managerial decision-making. Concepts and techniques in economic analysis, MARR and cost of
capital, capital structure, methods for comparing risky projects, valuation theory and decision tree

IE 425 ANALYSIS OF INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS (3-0) 3                                           ECTS: 5
Analysis of the current situation leading to project initiation. Problem definition. Forecasting
demand. Development of alternatives for the project. Estimation of the project investment and
operating costs; calculation of the working capital. Comparison of project alternatives. Sensitivity
analysis. Formulation of a strategic plan. Performance measurement and assessment.

IE 426 LABOR LAW (3-0) 3                                                                 ECTS: 5
General concepts. Scope of the Labor Code. Contract of employment.

IE 427 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (3-0) 3                                                        ECTS: 5
Strategic management concept, types of strategies, strategic management model, strategy
formulation (business mission and vision statements, external assessment, internal assessment,
strategy analysis and choice), strategy implementation, strategy evaluation, balanced scorecard.

IE 428 INVENTORY CONTROL SYSTEMS (3-0) 3                                                ECTS: 5
Analysis and design of inventory control systems with emphasis on quantitative methods and
algorithms. Introduction to Supply Chain Management. Recent issues and trends in Inventory Control
and Supply Chain Management.

IE 430 HEURISTIC METHODS FOR OPTIMIZATION (3-0) 3                                       ECTS: 5
Introduction of a variety of important, main-stream heuristic techniques, both traditional and
modern, for solving combinatorial problems. The reasons for the existence of heuristic techniques,
their applicability and capabilities.
IE 432 FORECASTING METHODS (3-0) 3                                                        ECTS: 5
An overview of forecasting. Available methodologies, comparing individual methodologies, selecting a
methodology and designing a forecasting system that fits the specific management –decision-making
requirements of the organization. Smoothing techniques, adaptive filtering, simple and multiple
regression and correlation analysis, time series forecasting, Box-Jenkins methods, Input-Output and
Econometric models.

IE 434 SCHEDULING (3-0) 3                                                                ECTS: 5
Scheduling and sequencing problems. Basic formulation. Single processor, multi processor scheduling
procedures and heuristics.

IE 438 PROJECT FINANCE AND CYCLE MANAGEMENT (3-0) 3                                    ECTS: 5
Elements and phases of project finance and cycle management. Financing (source of financing for
public and private sector projects, international financial markets, financial intermediaries and
financial markets, etc.) and cycle managements (problem and target analysis, stakeholder analysis,
SWOT, social and institutional analysis, etc.) of project.

IE 499 SUMMER PRACTICE II (3-0) 3                                                       ECTS: 5
A minimum of 6 weeks (30 working days) training in a manufacturing or service company. Observation
of the various aspects of the production system (such as Operations Planning, Human Factors and
Management Information Systems). Preparation of a written report based on the IE499 guide.

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