For students admitted in Spring 2021 and later, a total of 180 credits are required for graduation. This total includes the following courses plus an addition 4 credits of free electives.
- ♦ -- Upper division admission requirements
- [pr] -- Prerequisite course(s)
Mathematics 24 credits
|♦ MATH 124*||5||Calculus with Analytic Geometry I|
|♦ MATH 125*||5||Calculus with Analytic Geometry II|
|♦ MATH 126*||5||Calculus with Analytic Geometry III|
|MATH 207 (formerly MATH 307)‡||3||Intro to Differential Equations|
|MATH 208 (formerly MATH 308)‡||3||Matrix Algebra with Applications|
|IND E 315||3||Prob. & Statistics for Engineers|
* The sequence of MATH 134, 135, 136 may be taken in lieu of 124, 125, 126.
‡ As of autumn 2021, MATH 307, MATH 308, MATH 309, and MATH 324 are renumbered as MATH 207, MATH 208, MATH 209, and MATH 224, respectively. Students can apply either the 200- or 300-level number for each course toward their degree requirements.
Physical sciences 25 credits
|♦ CHEM 142||5||General Chemistry with lab|
|♦ CHEM 152||5||General Chemistry with lab|
|♦ PHYS 121*||5||Mechanics with lab|
|♦ PHYS 122*||5||Electromagnetism with lab|
|♦ PHYS 123*||5||Waves with lab|
* The accompanying lab sections to PHYS 121, 122, 123 must be completed.
Written and oral communications 12 credits
|♦ ENGL COMP||5||University English Composition requirement|
|ENGR 231||3||Intro to Technical Communication|
|IND E 337||4||Intro to Manufacturing Systems|
A&H / SSc / Diversity 30 credits
|A&H||10+||Minimum of 10 credits Arts & Humanities|
|SSc||10+||Minimum of 10 credits Social Science|
|Diversity||3+||Minimum of 3 credits Diversity|
General engineering/computing 28 credits
|CSE 122 or 142||4||Computer Programming I|
|MSE 170||4||Fund of Materials Science|
|AA 210||4||Engineering Statics|
|EE 215||4||Fund. of Electrical Engineering|
|CEE 220||4||Intro to Mechanics of Material|
|ME 230||4||Kinematics & Dynamics|
|IND E 250||4||Fundamentals of Engineering Economy|
Industrial engineering core requirements 37 credits
|IND E 310||4||Linear & Network Programming – Autumn|
|IND E 311||4||Stochastic Models & Decision Analysis – Winter|
|IND E 316||4||Design of Experiments - Winter|
|IND E 321||4||Statistical Quality Control - Spring|
|IND E 337*||4||Intro to Manufacturing Systems – Autumn or Spring|
|IND E 338||4||Simulation - Winter|
|IND E 351||4||Human Factors in Design - Spring|
|IND E 491||1||Professional Practice Seminar - Autumn|
|IND E 494||4||Design in the Manufacturing Firm – Winter|
|IND E 495||4||Industrial Engineering Design - Spring|
* Fulfills both writing and ISE core requirements.
Additional industrial engineering requirements 8 credits
Take one class from Area A, Production:
|IND E 430||4||Manufacturing Scheduling & Inventory - Autumn|
|IND E 439||4||Plant Layout & Material Handling - Autumn|
Take one class from Area B, Advanced Industrial Engineering Topics:
|IND E 412||4||Integer and Dynamic Programming - Spring|
|IND E 427||4||Data Analytics for Systems Engineering - Autumn|
|IND E 455||4||User Interface Design - Autumn|
Technical electives 16 credits minimum
A minimum of 16 credits. Additional technical elective courses may be chosen from the Undergraduate Technical Elective List.
- The introductory courses CSE 142 & 143 have been replaced with CSE 121, 122, & 123 starting in the 2022-23 academic year. Please read more about this course renumbering here.
- While CSE 121 is not required, students may choose to take CSE 121 before CSE 122 depending on experience and comfort level. The Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering provides a guided self-placement online tool to assist students in deciding which CSE course to start enrolling in.