Dec 08, 2023  
2015-2016 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    
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IE 4902 - Industrial Engineering Senior Design Project II

1 lecture hours 3 lab hours 3 credits
Course Description
In this second of the senior design courses, the student teams execute the design proposal developed in IE 4901 . The design is documented in a written team report and orally defended before a faculty review panel. Typically, the project is also presented to the client in a separate presentation, often at the client facility. (prereq: IE 4901 )
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
  • Utilize relevant industrial engineering methods and tools to collect and analyze data
  • Formulate creative alternatives, perform systematic comparisons of alternatives, and formulate recommendations based on quantitative and qualitative evaluations
  • Justify recommendations based on quantitative and qualitative performance metrics, taking the context of the client organization into consideration
  • Communicate, verbally and in writing, the project methodology, results, recommendations, and organizational impact
  • Write an abstract that is clear and concise, emphasizing the most important aspects of the project and its potential for impact at the client organization
  • Develop a poster that creates interest and clearly highlights key aspects of the project

Prerequisites by Topic
  • Must have developed a client-approved project proposal in IE 4901  

Course Topics
  • Topics are geared towards helping the students satisfactorily complete their projects
  • Topics may vary depending on the content of the projects and the specific strengths and weaknesses of the students enrolled in the course
  • Topics covered could include review of technical information or techniques, technical writing, and effective oral presentations

Laboratory Topics
  • All laboratory work will be done at the sponsor site or in an MSOE lab, as needed by a particular project

Coordinator
Charlene Yauch



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