Prerequisites to the M.S.I.E. or Ph.D. Degree Program
- There are no prerequisites for students with an undergraduate degree from an ABET-accredited industrial engineering program.
- For students with a degree other than an ABET-accredited industrial engineering degree, prerequisite courses may be required.
Graduate students must register for any deficiency courses they have (i.e., no test outs) in the first possible semester in which the deficiency course is offered that the student is eligible to take the course (i.e., all deficiency course prerequisites have been met). Failure to do so is grounds for dismissal from the INEG graduate program. Graduate students must earn a grade of "B" or better to remove deficiency for all deficiency courses.
- Differential Calculus (MATH 2554 Calculus 1 or equivalent)
- Integral Calculus (MATH 2564 Calculus 2 or equivalent)
- Multivariate Calculus (MATH 2574 Calculus 3 or equivalent)
- Probability Theory (INEG 2313 Applied Probability & Statistics for Engineers 1 or equivalent)
- Engineering Economic Analysis (INEG 2413 or equivalent) Time value of money, depreciation, comparison of investment alternatives
- Statistics (INEG 2333 Applied Probability & Statistics for Engineers 2 or equivalent)
The courses listed above do not count for graduate credit towards the minimum number of course work hours required for any graduate degree and therefore do not count for or against the graduate program's cumulative GPA requirements