Industrial Engineering

After admission has been granted, a selection of the courses below will allow students to complete a certificate, diploma or advanced diploma. A minimum of ten subjects are required for a certificate, for a diploma at least twenty subject and advanced diploma a minimum of thirty subjects are required. In most cases, completing between thirty to fourty subjects will give students all the academic equivalency to apply for credit transfer into a degree program provided they have the correct subject balance at the lower and upper degree levels. In some cases the completion of a thesis/will be a requirement also at the bachelor degree level. It is a specific requirement for master and doctoral degrees. Details will be provided as well as instructions to write your research work.

AWARD: CERTIFICATE

Please select any ten subjects from the list below

AWARD: DIPLOMA

In addition to the certificate (ten subjects minimum), please select any ten subjects from the list below

AWARD: ADVANCED DIPLOMA

In addition to the certificate and diploma (20 subjects minimum), please select any ten subjects from the list below

English I (English Composition)

English II (Composition in Business)

Literature of the Western World I

Logical Reasoning

Engineering Chemistry

Engineering Mathematics (Calculus I)

Engineering Mathematics (Calculus II)

Applied Computer Programming (Matlab)

Mechanics

Applied Mathematics (Statistics and Probability)

Engineering Drawing

Engineering Physics

Engineering Design Philosophy

Strength of Materials

Machine Drawing

Thermodynamics

Materials Science

Workshop Technology

Theory of Machines

Fluid Mechanics I

Computer Aided Engineering

Computer Programming (Programming in C & C++)

Mechatronics

Control Engineering

Industrial Management

Manufacturing Processes

Industrial Programming

Decision Theory I

Industrial Ergonomics

Quality Assurance

Maintenance Technology

Modeling and Simulation

Machine Design

Heat Transfer

Reliability Engineering

Combustion Engineering

Engineering Tribology

Electrical Energy Systems I

Engineering Management

Engineering Economics

Research Methods

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