Bachelor of Engineering (Industrial Engineering)

Entrance Requirements

Admission into Level 100 of the Programme shall be governed by General Regulation 20.2.

Admission into Level 200 of the Degree programme shall be satisfactorily completion of Level 100 of Bachelor of Science with at least the equivalent of C grades in Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics. OR

Applicants in possession of an appropriate A-Level qualification with at least C grades in Mathematics and any one of Physics or Chemistry may be admitted directly into Level 200 of the Degree Programme. OR

Applicants in possession of an appropriate Diploma in Mechanical Engineering may be admitted directly into Level 200 of the Degree Programme. OR

Applicants in possession of an appropriate Higher Diploma in Mechanical Engineering may be admitted directly into Level 300 of the Degree Programme.

Bachelor of Industrial Engineering

Degree Structure

The Programme shall consist of a single major subject called Industrial Engineering.

Level 100 courses shall be as specified in the: Faculty of Science Special Regulations for the Bachelor of Science Degree.

Level 200 Semester 3 courses shall be as specified in the Faculty Special Regulations for the Bachelor of Engineering Degree.

Level 200 Semester 4

Core Courses

DTB221 Workshop technology II
CCB221 Strength of Materials (2 credits, core, pre- CCB212)
MMB221 Manual and Computer Aided Drafting (2, pre-req. MMB211)
MMB222 Dynamics (2)
EEB221 A.C. Circuits Principles (2)
ACC100 Introduction to Accounting (2)
MAT292 Engineering Mathematics (3pre-req. 291)

Winter Session (8 weeks)

ITB200 Industrial Training I (4)

Level 300 Semester 5

Core Courses

MAT271 Introduction to mathematical Statistics (3)
LAW251 Foundations of Business Law (3)
MMB312 Engineering Materials (3, pre-req. CCB211)
ECO313 Engineering Economics (3)
MGT100 Principles of Management (3)

Level 300 Semester 6

Core Courses

IMB321 Information System Design (3)
IMB325 Manufacturing Processes (3, pre-req. MMB312)
IMB411 Industrial Logistics (3)
IMB425 Operations Research I(3)
MKT100 Principle of Marketing (3)

Level 400 Semester 7

Core Courses

IMB413 Simulation Modelling (3)
IMB515 Operations Research II (3, pre-req. IMB425)
MMB513 Manufacturing Systems (3,pre-req. IMB325)
ACC201 Introduction to cost accounting(3, pre- req. ACC100)
EEB315 Computer Programming (3)

Level 400 Semester 8

Core Courses

IMB322 Technological Entrepreneurship (3)
IMB324 Productivity and Technology Management(3)
IMB423 Process Planning and cost Estimation (3, pre-req. ECO313)
IMB424 Industrial Quality Control (3,pre-req. MAT271)
IMB414 Organisational Ergonomics (3)

Winter Session

ITB400 Industrial Training II (Vacation, 8 weeks duration)

Level 500 Semester 9

Core Courses

IMB511 Project I (6, pre-req. IMB413, IMB515, MMB513, IMB423, IMB424, IMB324)
IMB415 Facilities planning and Value Engineering (3, pre-req. MMB513)

In addition, all students shall select at least two of the following optional courses:

IMB512 Project Management (3, pre-req. IBM321)
IMB513 Industrial Relations (3, credits)
IMB516 Industrial Analysis (3, pre-req. IMB321)
CCB315 Environmental Engineering (3)

Level 500 Semester 10

Core Courses

IMB521 Project II (6 pre-req. IMB511)
IMB523 Professional Ethics (3)
IMB525 Production and Operations Management (3, pre-req. IMB425)

In addition, all students shall select at least one (1) of the following optional courses:

IMB522 Computer Aided Manufacturing (3, pre-req. MMB513)
IMB526 Production Planning and Control (3, pre-req. IMB425)
ACC308 Cost and Management Accounting (3, pre-req. ACC201)

Assessment

All courses shall be assessed as stipulated in the Faculty Special Regulation 21.30.