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Revised Graduate Programs Proposal. Outline. Need Analysis (Why?) Features of Proposed Programs. Proposed programs Programs Structure Important Questions for Feedback Path forward. Need for Revision. New under graduate programs ( ISE and CISE) Relevance. New trends in the discipline.

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Revised graduate programs proposal

Revised Graduate Programs Proposal


Outline

Outline

  • Need Analysis (Why?)

  • Features of Proposed Programs.

  • Proposed programs

  • Programs Structure

  • Important Questions for Feedback

  • Path forward.


Need for revision

Need for Revision

  • New under graduate programs ( ISE and CISE)

  • Relevance.

  • New trends in the discipline.


Input for revision

Input for Revision

  • Employer, Alumni and graduating students input.

  • The input received from the Department Industrial Advisory Committee (IAD).

  • Review of top international programs in the area of Industrial and Systems Engineering.

  • The current strengths and weaknesses of the existing programs.

  • The upgrade of the IE/OR option to a BS program in Industrial and Systems Engineering.


Features of proposed programs

Features of Proposed Programs

  • Analytic: the program provides students with advance courses in modeling and analysis. These courses are: SE 501: Deterministic Operations Research, SE 502 Stochastic models in IE.

  • Several master programs that are needed by industry, however all programs have a common thread.

  • Interdisciplinary approach that utilizes existing courses in other graduate programs.

  • Providing a wide variety of electives in different areas of concentration with flexibility in electives selection.


Programs proposed

Programs Proposed

The MS programs are in the following areas:

  • Industrial Engineering and Operations Research.

  • Maintenance and Engineering and Management.

  • Supply Chain Management?.

  • Plus the Ph.D in ISE.

    Each MS will have two major core courses in addition to four courses from the program area and two electives free electives


Programs proposed1

Programs Proposed

Every student enrolled in any one of the master programs shall take the following courses:

  • ISE501Deterministic Optimization

  • ISE 502Stochastic Models in ISE


Ise master program

ISE Master Program

  • Two major core course

  • Four area courses

    • Two OR

    • Two IE

  • Free electives


Maintenance program

Maintenance Program

  • ISE 529 Maintenance Planning and Control

  • ISE 5-- Reliability Engineering

  • ISE 5-- Maintenance Management

  • ISE 5 Preventive Maintenance Modeling

  • ISE Special topics in MM& E

  • ISE 480 Reliability & Maintainability

  • ISE 531System Reliability and Maintainability

  • ISE 5-- Life cycle costing

  • ISE 533Advanced Work Management & Analysis

  • ISE 520Analytical Methods in Facilities Location and Layout

  • ISE 539System Safety Engineering

  • ME572Manufacturing processes

  • ME573Probabilistic Modeling

  • ARE 511Construction and Maintenance Modeling

  • ARE 512Building Life Cycle Costing

  • ARE 513Building systems Evaluation & Selections

  • ARE 514Post Occupancy Evaluation

  • ARE 515Facilities Operations & Maintenance

  • ARE 517Building Defects and Maintenance

  • ARE 522Facilities Planning and Relocation

  • ARE 524Facilities Maintenance Management

  • ARE 529Quality assessment of Facilities Management.

  • List will refined, enhanced and strengthened


  • Supply chain master

    Supply Chain Master

    • ISE 5--Supply chain modeling and analysis

    • ISE 5-- Supply chain management

    • ISE 5--Warehousing Design

    • ISE 5--Distribution and logistics

    • ISE 5-- Special topics in SCM

    • ISE 5-- Material and Inventory Control

    • ISE 5--Integrated Information Systems

    • OMStrategic management

    • MEManufacturing System

    • ISE 508 Advance Production and Inventory Control

    • ISE 5--Material Management

    • ISE 534 Advance Quality Control

    • ISE 548 Sequencing and scheduling

    • ISE 501 Linear programming

    • ISE 5-- Quality Engineering

    • ME 572 Manufacturing processes

    • ME 574 Material science


    Important questions for feedback

    Important Questions for Feedback

    • Do we need to offer all programs in the MA and ME modes.

    • Can we afford to offer all three programs although there is a plan by some faculty to offer the supply chain in a different mode than the regular mode?

    • Is the structure of the programs reasonable?

    • How many additional resources is needed so student can complete their MS in two years? Can we recruit the needed faculty members?.

    • Do you have any comments?


    Path forward

    Path Forward

    • Divide the courses among groups according to areas to revise,

      update and propose new courses:

    • OR group: (Selim, Darwish, Malick, Chawki, Al-Salama)

    • IE group

      • Production and Quality ( Al-Fares, Andijani, Al-Turki)

      • Saftey and Human Factor ( Haboubi, Ayar, Haroun) .

    • Maintenance group ( Duffuaa, Ben Daya, Selim) .

    • Supply chain group ( Ben Daya, Hesham, Malick, outside )

      Courses will provided before break we need revised courses by end of break???


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