Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management Engineering minor in Information Technology (BSIME-IT)
- Goals and Objectives of the Program
- Program Learning Outcomes (LO)
- Program Checklist
- Curriculum Map of the program
- Course Description for the Program
Goals and Objectives of the Program
- As a critical and creative thinker
- As an effective communicator
- As a reflective life-long learner
- As a service driven citizen
- An innovator and constant seeker of improvement
Program Learning Outcomes (LO):
- An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, physical and information sciences, and engineering sciences to the practice of industrial engineering
- An ability to design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data
- An ability to design, build, improve, and install systems or processes which are efficient, effective, as well as robust to meet desired needs within identified constraints
- An ability to work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams
- An ability to recognize, formulate, and solve engineering problems
- A recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility
- An ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing using the English language
- An understanding of the effects of engineering solutions in a comprehensive context
- An ability to engage in life-long learning and an understanding of the need to keep current of the developments in the specific field of specialization
- An ability to use the techniques, skills, and engineering tools necessary for engineering and business practice
- An ability to perform services in the form of analysis, design, preparation of plans, specifications, estimates, and implementation of: work standards, SPC, production planning and material control systems, manufacturing and service facilities, operations research models for production and operations, and information systems
- Knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects in a multi-disciplinary environment.
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|LEGEND:||H = HARD PRE-REQUISITE
S = SOFT PRE-REQUISITE
C = CO – REQUISITE
|TOTAL UNITS:||220 (10)|
To the Students:
- Please take note that courses should not be enrolled without passing their respective pre-requisite and taking (not necessarily passed) their soft-requisite. Be reminded that not following so will cause the course to be INVALIDATED.
- This checklist is tentative and subject to change.
Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.
For PDF version of Program Checklist please click here.
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For PDF version of Curriculum Map please click here.
Course Description for the Program
The course offerings are divided into major course and minor courses. The main difference between BS IME-IT and BS IME-SM only exists in the minor courses:
Major Course Description
All major courses under the BS IME-IT program are the same courses taken up by the BS IE student except for the electives.
SYSINDE Project Management
This course develops a foundation of concepts and solutions that supports the planning, scheduling, controlling, resource allocation, and performance measurement activities required for successful completion of a DESIGNING an INFORMATION SYSTEM project. The topics are based on the Project Management Book of Knowledge.
|Pre-requisite||:||PRCIEE (Hard), SYSINFO(Soft)|
|Pre-requisite to||:||LBYIET1(Co), IEPRNET(Soft)|
LBYIET1 Advance Computer Programming
This course is an introduction to the intellectual enterprise of computer science and the art of programming. This course teaches students how to think algorithmically and solve problems efficiently. The topics covered will provide students with the technical capability and knowledge on how they might use computer programming to address Industrial Engineering related issues.
IEBSDAT Structured Query Language Database
This is a course on developing and creating database applications. It builds on the student’s skills on creating applications that enhance productivity. Students will be introduced to database design concepts and be challenged to test them out in applications that capitalize on them.
LBYIET2 Structured Query Language Database Laboratory
This is the laboratory course to an introductory course to database applications. Laboratory cases will cover topics on database design and Visual Basic for Applications.
IEPRNET Networking Principles
This PRINNET course covers the basic concepts of computer networking. It shall include the ISO-OSI reference model, networking addressing, local and wide area networking technologies. The students shall be able to experience how to configure a LAN and WAN topology.
APLIENT Enterprise Applications
This lecture-type course is an introductory course in Enterprise Application Systems that provides an overview in the concepts, processes and functions of Order-to-Cash and Procure-to-Pay.
|Pre-requisite to||:||LBYIET3 (Co)|
LBYIET3 Enterprise Applications Laboratory
This laboratory-type course is an introductory course in Enterprise Application Systems that provides an overview in the concepts, processes and functions of Trade and Logistics, Inventory Management, Warehouse Management, and Manufacturing. This course prepares the student for a Certification in an Enterprise System.
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