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Industrial and Systems Engineering Undergraduate Student Outcomes
  1. Apply knowledge of math, science, economics, and engineering principles to solve ISYE, social or business problems
  2. Recognize, describe, predict and analyze systems behavior
  3. Apply experimental design or data collection and analysis, including statistics
  4. Integrate problem solutions into a proposed action program or plan
  5. Design human tasks for minimal stress and maximum performance
  6. Contribute to solving ISyE problems and cooperate with engineers to solve engineering problems
  7. Determine what information is necessary and sufficient to solve ISyE problems
  8. Evaluate various approaches to ISyE problems, and select effective and applicable solutions
  9. Understand physiological and cognitive aspects of humans as components in complex systems
  10. Identify opportunities for improvement
  11. Explicitly include consideration of ethical and global/societal issues in course projects and classes
  12. Show proficiency in technical communications, including graphics
  13. Justify, communicate and sell a solution at all levels, both technical and non-technical
  14. Engage in continued learning and demonstrate an appreciation of the benefits of lifelong learning
  15. Apply quality planning, control and improvement techniques
  16. Apply computer tools such as simulation and spreadsheets
  17. Apply project management tools and techniques

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Date last modified: Friday, 22-Jun-2012 13:38:09 CDT
Date created: 16-Aug-2000
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