Course Code and Number

IE 205

Course Name

Engineering Workshops          

Credit Hours

2

Pre-requisites

PHYS 102

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Ghazi Magableh

Course Description

Introduction. Engineering materials and their properties. Casting processes. Working (forming process, marking out and measuring tools, carpentry, machining process). Joining of materials (riveting, welding). Introduction to electrical workshop components and requirements, definition of electric shock, prevention of electrical hazards, first aid for electric shock and fire safety, low voltage cables, fuses and circuit breakers, testing the continuity of electric circuits, basics of car electrical systems (battery, ignition systems, start motor, alternator and regulators).

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 212

Course Name

Instrumentation

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

PHYS 102

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Alaa Towaiq

Course Description

The course introduces engineering measurement tools and methods. Topics include linear and angular measurements, limits and gauges, texture and roundness measurements, basic electrical measurement and sensing devices for pressure, flow, temperature, force, torque and strain measurements. Experimental data collection and analysis and measurement errors are addressed.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 213

Course Name

Instrumentation Lab.               

Credit Hours

1

Pre-requisites

*IE212

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Alaa Towaiq

Course Description

The course covers the experiments on linear measurement, angular measurements, fixed and deviation types of gauges, optical measurements, temperature measurements, and electrical measurements.

*IE213 can be taken as a co-requisite with IE212.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 262

Course Name

Properties of Engineering Materials    

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

CHEM 104

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Ahmad Mumani

Course Description

This course introduces concepts of materials science and engineering. Topics include atomic bonding, crystal structures, imperfections, mechanical properties, and dislocations as related to processing and performance of engineering materials. Relationship between structure-processing-properties, microstructure characteristics, materials formation, and manipulation of microstructure, and phase diagram will also be discussed.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 318

Course Name

Work Measurement and Analysis       

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 212

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Ahmad Mumani

Course Description

The course introduces motion and time study tools and techniques used to map and improve industrial and service processes at the macro and micro levels of the process. Focus is on identifying and reducing wasted efforts and time through the better development of work procedures and methods.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 354

Course Name

Applied Engineering Statistics 

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

CE 210

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Ahmad Mumani

Course Description

The course introduces single and multi-factor analysis of variables, linear regression and hypotheses testing for engineering applications. Subjects include describing variation, discrete and continuous distributions and approximations, sampling distributions, point estimates, statistical inferences of single and two samples. Design of experiments and factorial design will also be covered.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 358

Course Name

Operations Research 1            

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

CE 210

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Mahmoud Mistarihi

Course Description

This course is designed to introduce the general concepts and analysis of Mathematical modeling in operations research. It covers Linear programming problems, Simplex algorithm, Duality and sensitivity analysis, Transportation, Transshipment and assignment problems.       

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 360             

Course Name

Operations Management                     

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 358

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Dania Bani Hani

Course Description

This course introduces the students to the concept of operations management to cover the basic concepts, managerial principles, problems and different managerial practices. Both goods-producing and service-rendering organization are emphasized from a managerial process perspective to have effective operations. Topics include operations strategy definition and terminology, operations as a process, productivity measures, capacity planning, design and facilities location, demand forecasting, master production scheduling, material requirement planning, inventory control and management, aggregate planning, enterprise resources planning, quality assurance, and project management. The topics covered are integrated based on a systems model to represent the overall organizational operations

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 361

Course Name

Project Management   

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 360

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Ahmad Mumani

Course Description

This course introduces students to engineering project management. Topics include project selection, planning the project, budgeting the project, scheduling the project, allocating resources to the project, monitoring and controlling the project, evaluating and terminating the project, risk assessment and management. The class provides students with the opportunity to apply project management tools to support successful project execution.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 364

Course Name

Machine Component Design

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

CE 203

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Ghazi Magableh

Course Description

The course introduces students to basic design and selection concepts of machine components and mechanisms. The course emphasizes how machines work and the components used to transfer motion and torque from driving motors. Studied components include shafts, gears, bearings, belts and chains, power screws, springs, and clutches and brakes.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 366

Course Name

Manufacturing Processes (1)

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

CE 203 and IE262

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Dr. Ghazi Magableh

Course Description

This course introduces students to ferrous and non-ferrous engineering materials and fundamental manufacturing processes. Subjects include materials classification and properties, selection of materials and fundamental manufacturing processes including casting, forming, cutting, and welding processes. Bulk deformation processes: forging, extrusion, rolling, rod and wire drawing. Sheet forming processes: blanking, deep drawing and bending.        

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 367

Course Name

Manufacturing Materials and Processes Lab.

Credit Hours

1

Pre-requisites

*IE 366

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Ahmad Mumani

Course Description

This lab introduces students to basic engineering material testing and manufacturing processes. Topics of roughness, heat treatment, machining, hardness testing, and microscopic structure analysis will be covered.

*IE367 can be taken as a co-requisite with IE366.

 

Course Code and Number

IE 422

Course Name

Engineering Ergonomics and Human Factors              

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 318

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Dania Bani Hani

Course Description

The course focuses on the role of ergonomics in adapting the work or work conditions to suit the individual worker. The course covers risk factors inherent in the worker, the task and the work environment. Topics include human anatomy and anthropometry, human capabilities and limitations, and the ergonomic design of work tools and workplace and environment as well as occupational ergonomics, psychological ergonomics and physiological ergonomics.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 423

Course Name

Human Factors  Lab.

Credit Hours

(1 Lab)

Pre-requisites

*IE 422

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Dania Bani Hani

Course Description

The laboratory provides students to better understand the role of designers in fitting work to human through the better design of a safe work procedures and place. Experiments include hazard identification and control, effort analysis, human anthropometry, motion analysis, time measurement, work environment analysis and ergonomic design of workplace.

*IE423 can be taken as a co-requisite with IE422.

 

Course Code and Number

IE 432

Course Name

Engineering Economy             

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

Math 205        

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Mahmoud Mistarihi

Course Description

Topics covered in this course include cost concepts and calculations, time value of money, analysis of alternatives, depreciation, and taxes. Other topics include project evaluation and selection, and breakeven and sensitivity analyses. More topics could be covered as needed (e.g., replacement analysis).

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 454

Course Name

Statistical Quality Control                   

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 354

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Dania Bani Hani

Course Description

This course introduces the students to the concept of quality from different perspectives. The statistical approach to quality control is emphasized and utilized. Several managerial concepts towards successful completion of quality in manufacturing and service industry are covered. Topics include definitions of quality and differences between quality control, planning and assurance. Stepping through the 5 phases of Six Sigma: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control.  Distributions and statistical quality approaches are introduced. Control charts construction and interpretation is discussed in addition to the graphical methods, specification limits, different chart types and requirements, process capability indices, acceptance sampling, and quality improvement initiatives.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 458

Course Name

Systems Simulation

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 354 and IE 358

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Mahmoud Mistarihi

Course Description

The course provides an introduction to building and analyzing probability models and simulation techniques. Topics include Markov chains, queuing theory and discrete event simulation. Focus is on developing models and gathering meaningful performance data for analysis and decision making in system design. Concepts of verification and validation are addressed.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 466

Course Name

Manufacturing Processes (2)               

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 366 

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Ghazi Magableh

Course Description

Fundamentals of material removal processes, cutting tools, cutting fluids, mechanics of chip formation and types of chips:  Merchant’s theory for determining different forces involved in the orthogonal cutting, power consumption, different material removal processes, turning, drilling, shaping, milling, grinding, broaching, planning, reaming, vibration and chatter in material removal processes.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 476

Course Name

Principles to information systems

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 360

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Dania Bani Hani

Course Description

This course highlights the basic concepts and principles of information systems and role of IS in organizations. The course introduces the role of information technology in improving work practices and improving communication in the supply chain. Topics include information sharing and networks, database concepts and design and website development and maintenance for industrial and service applications. The course covers: IS and its major components, information systems and strategy and the concept of the five forces, value chain and business strategy. Both managerial and technical dimensions of IS, information and communication technology: the enterprise architecture, databases and data warehouses, IS and the enterprise: integration of information technology in HCM, SCM, CRM, and ERP, the web and e-commerce and business intelligence and decision making. Data communications and networks in manufacturing, and information flow control.                                                                                   

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 478

Course Name

Reliability and Maintainability

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

MATH 102

Status

Elective

Course Coordinator

Ahmad Mumani

Course Description

The course covers basics of maintainability, availability, and safety of products and systems with a focus on maintenance role and types, building and analyzing reliability models, Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), and Failure Mode & Effect Analysis (FMEA).  The course also covers concepts and methods of maintenance planning and management with a focus on reliability centered maintenance (RCM), total productive maintenance (TPM).

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 500

Course Name

Field Training

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

Passing 120 Cr. hrs

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Chairman

Course Description

Two months training period provides students with a practical experience about their field. Students are introduced to and gain practical experience in several state-of-the-art techniques/methodologies. Internships may take place in the industrial, service, commercial institutes, or in the university incubators.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 522             

Course Name

Occupational Safety Engineering

Credit Hours

2

Pre-requisites

IE 318

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Dania Bani Hani

Course Description

The course introduces students to fundamental safety concepts and safety hazards intrinsic in the work place, and to the role of safety engineering in the recognition and control of occupational hazards. Topics include safety definition and general guidelines, JHA, common injuries and first aid, local and international safety regulations, OSHA standards, safety analysis and control at the job and plant levels, and safety management, exposure assessment and measurement, industrial hygiene, personal protective equipment, walking working surfaces, lockout/tagout, general workplace safety, electrical safety, fire safety, machine guarding.  

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 532

Course Name

Cost Accounting and Analysis

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 432

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Ahmad Mumani

Course Description

The course is intended to provide Industrial Engineering students with the necessary concepts, tools and methods for costing products and processes. Topics include Cost concepts and classification, Standard costing system, Job order costing, Activity-based costing, Inventory Costing, Master budget, and Process Costing.   

 

Course Code and Number

IE 534

Course Name

Principles of Decision Analysis          

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 458

Status

Elective

Course Coordinator

Mahmoud Mistarihi

Course Description

The course overviews of modeling techniques and methods used in decision analysis, including multiple attribute models, decision trees, and Bayesian models. Model building and analysis for practical applications through real world problems are conducted.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 542

Course Name

Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management                

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 361 

Status

Elective

Course Coordinator

Mahmoud Mistarihi

Course Description

This is a theoretical and practical course aimed at providing students with basics of entrepreneurship and successfully managing small business. A major purpose of this course is to provide students with skills to develop a detailed business plan and successfully starting and running a small business. Students will be asked to develop a business plan for a viable venture.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 546

Course Name

Facilities Planning                   

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 360 

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Alaa Towaiq

Course Description

A comprehensive analysis of the major design issues in facilities planning of production and service facilities. The course emphasizes the use of quantitative and qualitative analysis in the design process. Topics include facility location, plant layout, materials handling, materials flow analysis, and distribution systems.                                                                              

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 548

Course Name

Logistics and Supply Chain Management                               

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 360 

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Alaa Towaiq

Course Description

This course introduces students to supply chain principles, operations, logistics, strategies and integration within and between firms. The course covers supply chain management

terminology, models, analytical tools and theories related to purchasing, operations, distribution, integration, and supply chain risk and performance measurement.                                                                 

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 564

Course Name

Lean Manufacturing               

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 318

Status

Elective

Course Coordinator

Ahmad Mumani

Course Description

The course introduces the fundamental lean principles that underlay modern continuous improvement approaches for industry and service organizations. Focus is on the creation of value through the elimination of waste to improve quality, productivity and work environment.               

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE568

Course Name

Product Design

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

IE 364 

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Dr. Ghazi Magableh

Course Description

The course introduces students to concepts and procedures for the development of new and innovative products. Focus is on market research, product definition and specifications, design process and creating value. Concepts of design for manufacturing, design for maintenance, and design for assembly are addressed.

 

Course Code and Number

IE 572

Course Name

Energy technology                  

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

-

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Dania Bani Hani

Course Description

The course provides students with an introductory to conventional and renewable energy technologies including steam, hydro, tidal, wave, fossil, geothermal, solar, wind, biofuels, nuclear, and fuel cells. Topics include energy sources, production and uses, energy systems, storage and transport, conservation of energy and the future of energy.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 590

Course Name

Graduation Project

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

Passing 120 Cr. hrs

Status

Required

Course Coordinator

Chairman

Course Description

Theoretical investigation and practical implementation of special projects under the supervision of an academic member of the faculty.

 

 

Course Code and Number

IE 599

Course Name

Special Topics in Industrial Engineering        

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

Departmental

Status

Elective

Course Coordinator

Dr. Ghazi Magableh

Course Description

This course focuses on selected topics in Industrial Engineering fields use multiple tools and IE techniques to solve real world problems. It utilizes different methodologies to solve real world problems and enable student to enter the industry smoothly.