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Courses and Curriculum

Courses and Curriculum

The course of undergraduate program focuses on the integration of theory and practice in order to train a person with modern industrial management technique. The course of Master program emphasizes 4 concentrations (Production System, Operations Research, Human Factor/Ergonomic, Information Technology) to train professional persons. The related courses of 4 concentrations are as follows:

  1. Production System

The goal of researches is to improve production efficiency and productivity. Studies and researches focus on:

  • Production Management System
  • Production System Design
  • Manufacturing Strategy
  • Global Logistics Management
  • Logistics Distribution Management
  • Inventory Theory
  • Enterprise Resources Planning
  • Quality Control Methods
  • Scheduling Theory
  • Advanced Materials Management
  • Total Quality Management
  • Business Process Re-engineering
  • Management Decision Making
  • Research Methods in Management
  • Business Logistics and Supply Chain Optimization
  • Special Topics on Production Management
  1. Operations Research

The goal of researches is to apply operation research and production system theory. Researches focus on:

  • Fuzzy Mathematics
  • Reliability Engineering
  • Multivariate Analysis
  • Nonlinear Programming
  • Experimental Design
  • Linear Programming
  • Dynamic Programming
  • Applied Probability Models
  • Combinational Optimization
  • Business Logistics and Supply Chain Optimization
  • Stochastic Processes
  • Graph Theory
  • Decision Support System
  • Network Analysis
  1. Human Factor/Ergonomic

The goal of researches is to apply knowledge regarding human behavior, capacity, restriction, and other characteristic that are applied on instrument, machinery, system, job assignment, and environmental design. Researches focus on:

  • Applied Ergonomics
  • Biomechanics
  • Man-Machine System Application
  • Organization Ergonomics
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Industrial Safety
  • Psychological Foundations in Human Factors Engineering
  • Physiological Foundations in Human Factors Engineering
  1. Information Technology

The goal of researches is to resolve problems regarding production system automation and related areas such as follows:

  • Computer Aided Design
  • System Analysis
  • Information Technology and Management
  • Enterprise Modeling and Analysis
  • Manufacturing Information Processing
  • Electronic Business Management
  • Knowledge Management
  • Decision Support System