|SEMISTER 1||SEMISTER 2|
|CMP320||Information Systems Analysis and Design||CMP370||Database Management|
|CMP480||Software Engineering||CMP415||Management Information Systems|
|IE445||Production and Inventory Control||IE465||Engineering Project Management|
|IE405||Engineering Cost Estimating||IE530||Simulation of Industrial Systems|
|OR425||Operations Research Techniques||IE470||Manufacturing Systems|
|IE370||Measurement, Analysis, and Simplification of Industrial Activities||IE490||Supply Chain|
- CMP 320: Information systems Analysis and Design: This course deals
with the concepts, skills, methodologies, techniques, tools, and perspectives
essential for systems analysts.
- CMP480: Software Engineering: This course is aimed at helping students
build up an understanding of how to develop a software system from scratch
by guiding them thru the development process and giving them the
fundamental principles of system development with object oriented
technology using UML.
- IE 445: Production and Inventory Control: This course explains the
dynamics of inventory management’s principles, concepts, and techniques as
they relate to the entire supply chain, including customer demand,
distribution, and product transformation processes. The inter-relationships of
all functions are examined. Emphasis is placed on the ramifications of
- IE405: Engineering Cost Estimating: This course introduces the types of
cost estimation from the conceptual design phase through the more detailed
design phase of a construction project. In addition, the course highlights the
importance of controlling costs and how to monitor project cash flow.
- OR 425: Operations Research Techniques: Operations research helps in
solving problems in different environments that needs decisions. The course
covers topics that include: linear programming, Transportation, Assignment,
and CPM/ MSPT techniques. Analytic techniques and computer packages will
be used to solve problems facing business managers in decision environments.
- IE 370: Measurement, Analysis, and Simplification of Industrial
Activities: This course will provide an overview of Operations Research from
the perspective of an industrial engineer. The focus of the chapter is on the
basic philosophy behind O.R. and the so-called "O.R. approach" to solving
design and operational problems that industrial engineers commonly
encounter. In its most basic form, O.R. may be viewed as a scientific approach
to solving problems; it abstracts the essential elements of the problem into
a model, which is then analyzed to yield an optimal solution for
- CMP370: Database Management: This course introduces database design
and creation using a DBMS product. Emphasis is on data dictionaries,
normalization, data integrity, data modelling, and creation of simple tables,
queries, reports, and forms. Upon completion, students should be able to
design and implement normalized database structures by creating simple
database tables, queries, reports, and forms.
- CMP415: Management Information Systems: The aim of the course is to
enable students to assess the opportunities and problems that managers in a
wide range of organisations face as they attempt to use these IT applications
to add value to their businesses. It also aims to help students understand
transformational changes within and across industries. These changes have
strategic implications for many businesses.
- IE465: Engineering Project Management: Students will review an
engineering case study and prepare a Project Charter, a Stakeholder
Engagement Matrix, Statement of Work, Work Breakdown Structure, Project
Schedule, Project Estimate, Project Risk Matrix and Project Cause and Effect
Diagram based on the facts of the case. Students will also be asked to
calculate project progress based on the Earned Value method.
- IE 530: Simulation of Industrial Systems: This course examines a variety of
engineering system modelling and simulation methods, as well as numerical
and computer based solution techniques utilized in industrial and engineering
environments. Techniques for finding solutions to these systems include:
graphical, algebraic, numerical, state space, simulation and computational
- IE 470: Manufacturing Systems: This course provides ways to
analyze manufacturing systems in terms of material flow and storage,
information flow, capacities, and times and durations of events. Fundamental
topics include probability, inventory and queuing models, optimization, and
linear and dynamic systems.
- IE 490: Supply chain: This course will provide students with the knowledge
and the tools necessary to develop, implement, and sustain strategies for
managing supply chain issues. The topics include building a strategic
framework to analyze supply chains, designing the supply chain network,
planning demand and supply, managing inventories, sourcing, transporting,
pricing and revenue management, and coordinating a supply chain.