Academic

Academic

Industrial Engineering and Management - Master Program

Academic Programs

PEO & SO

Curriculum

Academic Requirement

Double Degree Programs

Currently, IE&M has five dual-degree programs with foreign university partners, i.e., Hiroshima University Japan, National Chiao Tung University Taiwan, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology Taiwan, Chung Yuan Christian University Taiwan, Ecole des Mines de Nantes France.

Program Educational Objectives
  1. Graduates will have competencies to work and to conduct research in a broad range of industrial sectors and be capable to apply and develop knowledge and techniques used in Industrial Engineering and Management area.
  2. Graduates will have readiness to pursue advanced degrees in professional or academic oriented education.
  3. Graduates will demonstrate abilities to play important roles at the operational or managerial level at various organizations.
Students Outcome

The PEOs of the IE&M master’s program become the basis in formulating the Student Outcomes. Based on the aforementioned principles, the IE&M master’s program has agreed to adopt the ABET basic 11 engineering criteria as the program’s Student Outcomes (SO) i.e. SO (a) to (k). In addition, and as a main distinction to undergraduate program, a new student outcome (i.e. SO l) was formulated and added. This student outcome ensures that master’s program graduates should have more capabilities than those of IE undergraduate program, especially related to the ability to develop and execute research activities in industrial engineering and management area (SO l). The 12 Student Outcomes formulated for the IE&M master’s program to achieve the program’s PEOs are as follows:

 

  1. an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to industrial engineering and management area.
  2. an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  3. an ability to design and/or manage a system, component, or process consists of people, materials, equipment, information, and energy to meet desired needs within realistic constraints
  4. an ability to function on multidisciplinary or cross-cultural team.
  5. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve industrial engineering and management
  6. an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  7. an ability to communicate effectively.
  8. the broad education necessary to understand the impact of industrial engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
  9. a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
  10. a knowledge of contemporary issues relevant to industrial engineering and management.
  11. an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for industrial engineering and management
  12. an ability to develop and execute research activities in industrial
    engineering and management area.
Study Overview

The history of Master Study Program of Industrial Engineering and Management, Bandung Institute of Technology (from this point forward, IE&M-ITB refers to Master Study Program of Industrial Engineering and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung) was started in 1978. This master study program is an extension of the Undergraduate Study Program of Industrial Engineering (IE) that was officially established in 1971. IE&M has two student types, i.e., regular student and fast-track student. Fast-track students are is students from the undergraduate programs of Industrial Engineering (IE) and Engineering Management (EM) of ITB. Before entering to IE&M, each fast-track student takes IE&M’s courses ranging from 6 to 12 credits. Then, after entering to IE&M, these courses are acknowledged.

IE&M has 5 (five) concentration options, i.e. (1) Manufacturing System, (2) Ergonomic and Performance Engineering, (3) Industrial Management, (4) Enterprise Information System, and (5) Supply Chain and Industrial System. The curriculum of IE&M comprises of 36 credits consisting of 21 credits of required courses and 15 credits of elective courses. All students are obliged to take the required courses and can select elective courses based on their concentration option.

 

Courses Detail
Compulsory Courses       
Semester 1
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1TI5001Optimization Method3
2TI5002Multivariate Statistics3
3TI6001Principles of Industrial Engineering and Management2
4TI6002Research Seminar1
Total = 9 Credit Hours
Semester 2
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1TI5003Methodology and System Modeling3
2TI6003Research Methodology I2
3Elective Course I3
4Elective Course II3
Total = 11 Credit Hours
Total Credit in The 1st Year = 20 Credit Hours
Semester 3
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1Elective Course III3
2Elective Course IV3
3Elective Course V3
4TI6004Research Methodology II1
Total = 10 Credit Hours
Semester 4
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1TI6099TI60996
Total = 6 Credit Hours
Total Credit in The 2nd Year = 36 Credit Hours
Elective Courses within IE Study Program
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1TI5004Performance Management System3
2TI5005Team Based Organization3
3TI5006Innovation Management3
4TI5007Biomechanics3
5TI5008Work Health and Safety3
6TI5009Lean Manufacturing3
7TI5010Maintenance System3
8TI5011Computer Integrated Manufacturing System3
9TI5012Logistic System and Supply Chain3
10TI5013Dynamic System3
11TI5014Value Chain System3
12TI5015e-Business Design3
13TI5016Corporate Strategy3
14TI5017Financial Markets and Institutions3
15TI5018Risk Management3
16TI5020Transportation and Distribution System3
17TI5021Computational Intelligence3
18TI5022Performance Management System3
19TI5023Service Design3
20TI5024Visionary thinking3
21TI5025Macro Ergonomics3
22TI5026Industrial Ergonomics3
23TI5027Toyota Production System3
24TI5028Manufacturing Strategy3
25TI5029Design and Process Planning Automation3
26TI5030Inventory System3
27TI5031e-Logistics3
28TI5032Data Mining and Knowledge Management3
29TI5033Financial Engineering3
30TI5034Industrial Planning3
31TI5035Simultaneous Engineering3
32TI5036Technology Assessment3
33TI5037Human Resource Management System3
34TI5039Strategic Planning3
35TI5040Value Based Marketing3
36TI5041Usability Engineering3
37TI5042Cognitive Ergonomic3
38TI6005Human Factor Research Design3
39TI6006Simulation System3
40TI6007Advanced Statistical Data Analysis3
41TI6008Performance Improvement Strategy3
42TI6009Occupational Physiology3
43TI6010Human Factor System Design3
44TI6011Regulation and Policy Analysis2
45TI6012Business System Development2
46TI6013Work Psychology3
47TI6015Design of Work Environment3
48TI6016Human Information Processing3
49TI6017Organizational Development3
50TI6018Industrial Robotics3
51TI6019Econometrics3
52TI6020Manufacturing Optimal Control3
53TI6021Scheduling Theory3
54TI6022Reliability and Risk Engineering3
55TI6023Management of Modern SMEs3
56TI6024Information System Strategic Design3
57TI6025Industrial Economics3
58TI6026System Theory and Methodology3
59TI6027Business Intelligence3
60TI6028Global Logistic System3
61TI6029Analysis and Design of Supply Chain System3
62TI6030Industrial Policy Analysis3
63TI6031System Engineering Management3
64TI6032Service Quality3
65TI6033Facility Design3
66TI6034Production Planning and Control System3
67TI6035Quality Planning and Control3
68TI6036Leadership3
69TI6037Enterprise Modeling3

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