Academic Catalog 2018-2019 
    
    Dec 13, 2018  
Academic Catalog 2018-2019

Industrial and Systems Engineering Major


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The Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering incorporates mathematics, natural sciences, economics and other social and engineering sciences to optimize complex processes or systems. Industrial and systems engineering is concerned with the development, improvement, and implementation of integrated systems of people, economics, knowledge, information, equipment, energy, materials. Analysis and synthesis of information acquired from these disciplines increases productivity and decreases wasted resources.

After admission to the University, students may enroll in the B.S. Industrial and Systems Engineering program with:

  1. Minimum high school or transfer cumulative GPA of 3.5
  2. Minimum composite ACT of 28 or composite SAT of 1310-1340 (post 2016 version)
  3. Minimum mathematics ACT of 26 or mathematics SAT of 620 (post 2016 version)

At the beginning of the fourth semester, students formally apply for full admission into the engineering program. The Dean of the School of Science and Engineering, and the science, mathematics, and engineering faculty, review student suitability for full entrance into the Industrial and Systems Engineering program based on:

  1. Performance in completed courses within the engineering program
  2. Letters of Recommendation from two CCU faculty members
  3. Interactions with CCU faculty (mentoring)
  4. Interview for assessment of potential as an engineer

The B.S. Industrial and Systems Engineering requires completion of the following 123 credits:
General Education (39 credit hours)
Essential Engineering Core (40 credit hours)
Industrial and Systems Engineering Core (44 credit hours)

General Education Requirements (39 credit hours)


Arts and Humanities (9 credit hours)


Take one course from each of the following three academic disciplines:

Fine Arts (3 credit hours)


Choose one course from the following:

Philosophy (3 credit hours)


Biblical Studies (12 credit hours)


Take the following four courses (some courses are cross-listed and only one prefix needs to be taken):

Integrative Studies (3 credit hours)


* Please see the First-Year Integration (FYI)  page for specific information about this required course.

Social Sciences (9 credit hours)


Take each of the following three courses:

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