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raduate
Courses



Code

Credits

Name

Semester

IEE1001

1

Seminar (I)

1

IEE1057

3

Advanced Statistical Methods

1

IEE1603

3

Advanced Operations Research

1

IEE1017

3

Decision Theory

1

IEE2042

2

Special Topics on Human Factors (
III
)

1

IEE2043

2

Special Topics on Virtual

Manufacturing System (
III
)

1

IEE2044

2

Special Topics on Intelligent Quality Management (
III
)

1

IEE2045

2

Special Topics on Global Logistics Management (
III
)

1

IEE2046

2

Special Topics on Advanced Management Information Systems (
III)

1

IEE2048

2

Sp
ecial Topics on Production Systems (
III
)

1

IEE2018

3

Neural Networks

1

IEF1010

3

Advanced Statistical Methods

1

IEF1033

3

Advanced Quality Management

1

IEF1034

3

Organizational Theory and Management

1

IEF1048

3

Advanced Computer Aided Design and
Manufacturing

1

IEF1001

3

Research Methods for
Ergonomics

1

IEF1007

3

Marketing High Technology

1

IEF2009

3

International Logistics

1

IEF2014

3

Design of Experiment

1

IEF2017

3

Inventory Management Models

1

IEF2048

3

Work Physiology

1

IEE1002

1

Seminar (II)

2

IEE1007

3

Advanced Computer Integrated Manufacturing

2

IEF1061

3

Electronic Commerce

2

IEE1082

3

Occupational Biomechanics

2

IEE1083

3

Multivariate Analysis

2

IEE2056

3

Fuzzy Set Theory

2

IEF2050

3

Computer Systems and Human Fa
ctors

2

IEF1021

3

Computer Vision System

2

IEF1023

3

Strategy Management

2

IEF1027

3

Advanced Production Management

2

IEF1035

3

Strategic Human Resource Management

2

IEF1042

2

Special Topics on Human Factors (II)

2

IEF1043

2

Special Topics on V
irtual Manufacturing Systems (II)

2

IEF1044

2

Special Topics on Intelligent Quality Management (II)

2

IEF1045

2

Special Topics on Global Logistics Management (II)

2

IEF1046

2

Special Topics on Adv
a
nced Managemen
t

Information Systems (II)

2

IEF1047

2

Special Topics on Production Systems (II)

2

IEF1049

3

Survey Research Methods

2

IEF1050

3

Numerical Methods

2

IEF2029

3

Advanced Service Operation Management

2

IEF2049

3

Advanced Computer
-
Aided Research

&
Development

2



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_____________


IEE1001
Seminar (I)

1 C
redit

Classes:

(
3

hrs

lec)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Speech report
s

5
0%, paper report
s

5
0%
(oral:

2
5
%,

printed:

2
5
%)

Objectives:

This course mainly invites specialists or
scholars who major in industrial
e
ngineering and
management to hold speeches.
It

i
s expected to inspire
students to
get familiar with

the research fields.

Syllabus summary:

1.introduction
,
2.Invited speech

(10
wks)
,

3.
oral presentations
(6 wks)


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_____________


IEE1057
Advanced Statistical Methods

3 Credits

Classes:

(
3

hrs

lec)

/wk

in Semester 1

Asses
sment:

Two quizzes (40%), midterm exam (30%),
final exam
.
(30%)

Objectives:
This course aims to provide advance
statistics theory and some application
s

of statistical
methods. Selected topics are: basic concept of
mathematical statistics, regression, analy
sis of variance
(ANOVA), etc.

Syllabus summary:

Probability review: random variables
and expectation
,
Special random variables
,
Distributions
of sampling statistics
,
Parameter estimation: point
est
i
mation and interval estimation
,
Hypothesis test
,
Regressio
n & ANOVA
,
ANOVA & goodness of fit tests
,
Nonparametric analysis
.

Textbook:

Introduction to Probability and Statistics for
Engineers and Scientists
,
Sheldon M. Ross
.


________________________________
_____________


IEE 1603
Advanced Operations Research

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Midterm
exam.
30%, final
exam.
30%,
homework and quiz 40%

Objectives:
This course aims to study the planning,
management, and evaluation problems solving with
mathematical models. Through
l
earning different
operation research issues, the gradu
ate students are
trained to understand the state of the art of relevant fields
in operations research and to develop techniques for
solving and analyzing relevant problems.

Syllabus summary:

Introduction of linear programming
,
a
pplication of linear program
ming
,
Improving search,
m
ulti
-
objective optimization and goal programming
,
d
iscrete optimization models
, d
iscrete optimization
methods
.

Textbook:
Optimization in Operations research
,
Ronald L.
Rardin.


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_____________


IEE1017
Decision Theory

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs le
c
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Homework

30%; project

15%; midterm

exam.
25%
,
final

exam.
30%

Objectives:
An overview of modeling techn
i
ques and
theories used in decision analysis, including decision
trees, influence diagrams, multi
-
attribute utility model
s,
and Bayesian models.

Syllabus summary:

Introduction to decision analysis;
application of decision tree and influence diagram;
making choice and
s
ensitivity
a
nalysis; making decision
under uncertainty;
v
alue
t
heory &
u
tility
t
heory;
m
ulti
-
attribute model
: SMART, SMARTS, and SMARTER
m
odels
.

Textbook:
Making Hard Decisions: with Decision Tools
,
Robert T. Clemen and Terence Reilly.


________________________________
_____________


IEE2042
Special Topics on Human Factors (
III
)

2 Credits

Classes:

(2

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

O
ral presentation
5
0
%, written report
5
0%

Objectives:
This course provides forum and objective
comments for reviewed topics that are related to thesis
research.

Syllabus summary:

Presentation of research work and
reviewed paper.

Textbook:
Selected journal articles


________________________________
_____________


IEE2043
S
pecial Topics on Virtual Manufacturing System
(
III
)

2 Credits

Classes:

(2

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

O
ral presentation
5
0%, written report
5
0%

Objectives:
This course provide
s

forum and objective
comments for reviewed topics that are related to
thesis
research.

Syllabus summary:

Literature reviews and presentations

Textbook:
Selected journal articles


________________________________
_____________


IEE2044
Special Topics on Intelligent Quality
Management (
III
)

2 Credits

Classes:

(2

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Paper presentation (70
%), term project
(30%)

Objectives:
Utilizing various sensors, database and
data
-
mining techniques to quality information processing,
together with expert systems and soft
-
computing as
suppo
r
t mechanism, to create an integral quality
information system t
hat enables quality management with
knowledge engineering and software agents.

Syllabus summary:

Presentation of research work and
paper

reviews
.

Textbook:
Handouts


________________________________
_____________


IEE2045
Special Topics on Global Logistics Management
(
III
)

2 Credits

Classes:

(2

hrs l
ec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Performance and
c
ontribution of
p
resentation

Objectives:
This course is designed to train students to
understand the scope of global logistics management, the
research methodology, and writing patterns, to enable the
stude
nts to find an interested title for their theses. It
consists of the followings: 1.Assigned
t
opics on
g
lobal
l
ogistics
m
anagement
,
2.Self
-
selected
t
opics on
g
lobal
l
ogistics
m
anagement
.


Syllabus summary:

Assigned
t
opics on
g
lobal
l
ogistics
m
anagement

(8 w
ks),
Self
-
selected
t
opics on
g
lobal
l
ogistics
m
anagement

(8 wks).

Textbook:
Selected journal articles


________________________________
_____________


IEE2046
Special Topics on Advanced Management
Information Systems (
III
)

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Case studies
(
50%
),

oral presentation of
article read
ing

(
50%
)
.

Objectives:
This course introduces
the following topics:
o
rganizational
f
oundations
o
f
i
nformation
s
ystems
,
t
echnical
f
oundations
o
f
i
nformation
s
ystems
, b
uilding
i
nformation
s
ystems
,
and
m
anaging the modern
in
formation systems.

Syllabus summary:

case studies

and
research paper
reading & oral presentation.


________________________________
_____________


IEE2048
Special Topics on Production Systems (
III
)

2 Credits

Classes:

(2

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Presentation and discussion

Objectives:
This

course aims to examine the relative
research topics in production systems. The topics to be
discussed include production scheduling, performance
evaluation, reliability analysis, and equipment
maintenance. The objective of this course is to help
students
to have an overview of the state of the art of
specific fields, and to improve their innovation and
research ability

Syllabus summary:

Literature review
, p
resentation of
specific topics
, d
iscussion of theses
.

Textbook:
Selected journal articles


________________________________
_____________


IEE2018
N
eural Networks

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Project 40%, midterm
exam.
30%, final
exam
.

30%

Objectives:
T
o teach
students how to apply neural
network models

Syllabus summary:

Introduction to
n
eural network
,
i
ntroduction to
b
ackpropagation
m
odel
, a

r
eal case to use
b
ackpropagation
m
odel
, u
se tool kits to run neural
networks
, i
ntro
du
ction to
s
elf
-
organizing
m
aps
m
odel
, u
se
tool kits to run
s
elf
-
organizing
m
aps
m
odel
.

Textbook:

N
eural Networks
,
James A. Freeman
.


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_____________


IEF1010
Advanc
ed Statistical Methods

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

(
Homework, report, and quiz
)

50%,
midterm
exam.
20%
,
final

exam.
30%
.

Objectives:
To
p
rovide the concepts, theories, and
applicat
i
ons of probability and statistics.

Syllabus

summary:

I
ntroduction, Descriptive statistics
,
p
robability theory,
r
andom variables,
u
seful discrete
probability distributions
, u
seful continuous probability
distribution,
s
ampling
d
istribution
, p
arameter
e
st
i
mation,
h
ypothesis
t
esting
, s
tatistical
i
nfere
nces for
t
wo
p
opulations
, r
egression and
c
orrelation, Chi
-
s
quare
t
esting

Textbook:
Applied Statistics and Probability for
Engineers
,
Montgomery and G.C. Runger.


________________________________
_____________


IEF1033
Advanced Quality Management

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessme
nt:

Quiz (40%), midterm
exam.
(30%), final
exam. (30%)

Objectives:
This course includes the following advanced
topics:

Introduction of QC
,
statistical process control
,
a
ttribute control charts
, v
ariable control charts
, p
r
o
cess
capability analysis
, a
ccepta
nce sampling
, a
ttribute
sampling plans
, o
ther QC related topics
.

Syllabus summary:

History of QC
c
ontents of total
quality management
, r
eview of statistics
, s
tatistical
process control
,

v
ariable control charts
, a
ttribute control
charts
, p
rocess capability
analysis
, a
cceptance sampling
,
a
ttribute acceptance samplings
, s
tandard sampling plan
,
MIL
-
STD
-
105D
,

other sampling plans
, o
ther QC related
topics:
t
otal quality management
,

i
nternational quality
standard certifications
,

t
otal productive maintenance
,

q
uali
ty function deployment
.

Textbook:
Statistical Quality Control
,
Douglas C.
Montgomery.


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_____________


IEF1034
Organizational Theory and Management

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

P
resentation 30%, discussion
3
0%, report
40%
.


Objectives:
This

course provides the
following topics:
classics of management theories,

theories and
applications of management,

present management topics,

and Chinese management philosophy.

Syllabus summary:

Classical organization th
e
o
r
y
,
n
eoclassical organization theory
, o
rgan
i
zational behavior
theory
, h
uman resource th
e
ory
, m
odern structural
organization theory
, s
ystem,

contingency,

and population
ecology organization theory
, m
ultiple
constituencies/market organization theory
, p
ower and
politics organization theory
, o
rg
anizational culture theory
,
Chinese management philosophy
, p
resent management
topics
.

Textbook:

1.Organization Theory and Design, Richard L. Daft.

2.Classics of organization theory, J.M. Shafritz and J.S.
Ott.


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_____________


IEF1048
Advanced Computer Aided Design and

Manufacturing

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Midterm
exam.
30%
, f
inal
exam.
30%
,
term project 40%
.

Objectives:
Students who attend the course will be
trained with intensive computation/programming related
subjects. Areas such
as geometric modeling,
computational geometry, geometric algorithm design, and
application design are the focus. An ability of converting
subjects in the physical world into their equivalent
computer representations, and solving real world
problems by comp
uter arithmetical and / or logical
iterations will be the main purpose of the training.

Syllabus summary:

Introduction to the CAD/CAM and its
applications
,
ACIS &
s
cheme
e
xtension
p
rogramming
,

Computer Graphics & Computer Vision
,
2D
g
eometry &
g
raphics
,

3
D
g
eometry &
g
raphics
, c
urves and
s
urfaces
,
s
olid
m
odeling
, d
ata
b
ase and
r
epresentation for
g
raphics
and
s
olid
, i
ntroduction to the
c
omputational
g
eometry
,
i
ntroduction to the
d
esign and
a
nalysis of
a
lgorithm
,
d
esign
a
utomation
, c
omputer
-
a
ided
p
rocess
p
la
nning
(CAPP)
,

p
aper
r
eviews and
p
resentations
.


Textbook:

1.
CAD/CAM/CAE, K. Lee, Addison Wesley
.

2.
Computational Geometry in C, J. O'Rourke, Cambridge
Press
.

3.
Computer Graphics and Geometric Modeling for Eng.,

V.
Anand, Wiley
.



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_____________


IEF1001
Research Method
s for
Ergonomics

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk

in Semester 1

Assessment:

Oral presentations

40%, in
-
class exams
.
40%, homework 20%
.

Objectives:
To
introduce the basics and estimation
techniques of
ergonomics
.


Syllabus summary:

Introduction to ergonomi
cs,
an
thropometry
, c
omputer aided ergonomics and
workspace design,
s
ubjective assessment,
t
ask analysis
,
p
roduct assessment and user trials,
m
usculoskeletal
disorders,
t
he evaluation of posture and its effects, NMQ,
OWAS, REBA, RULA, LUBA, checklist
, e
valu
ating work
conditions and risk of injury,
m
anual materials handling
(physiological, biomechanics, psycophysical,
epidemological approaches)
, w
ork physiology
.

Textbook:
Handouts


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_____________


IEF1007
Marketing High Technology

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semest
er 1

Assessment:

M
idt
erm

and final

e
xam
s.
50%
,

p
erformance of
l
iterature
r
eview and
p
resentation

50%
.

Objectives:
This course is designed to nurture the
professional managers to be of high
-
tech industry, to
enable the students understanding the insights ab
out how
marketing tools and techniques must be adapted and
modified for high
-
tech products and services.

Syllabus summary:

Introduction to
h
igh
t
echnology
m
arketing
, s
trategy and
c
orporate
c
ulture in
h
igh
-
tech
f
irms
,

c
ombining
t
echnology and
c
orporate
s
tra
tegy in
s
mall
h
igh
t
ech
f
irms
, s
maller
f
irms and
E
urope’s
h
igh
t
ech

s
ectors
, r
elationship
m
arketing:
p
artnerships and
a
lliances
, a
ntecedents of
c
ommitment and
t
rust in
c
ustomer
-
s
upplier
r
elationships in
h
igh
tech

m
arkets,
m
arketing High Tech:
p
reparation,
t
argeting,
p
ositioning,
e
xecution
.

Textbook:

1.Marketing of High
-
Technology Products and
Innovations,

Mohr, Jakki, New Jersey: Prentice
-
Hall
,
2001.

2.Successful Marketing Strategy for High

Tech Firms,
Viardot, Eric
,
Norwood, MA: Artech House
, 1995.

3.Jour
nal Papers.


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_____________


IEF2009
International Logistics

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Midt
erm

& final

exams.

50%
,

homework
a
ssignment and
p
erformance of
p
resentation 50%

Objectives:
This course is designed for students to
understand ab
out international logistics and the
international logistics system. It consists of the followings:

1.
c
oncept and management of international logistics
system
,

2.
l
ogistics analysis and system planning
,

3.
e
valuate the performance of different carriers and
m
odes
,
4.
c
ases of international trade versus international
logistics planning.

Syllabus summary:

Introduction to
i
nternational
l
ogistics
,
l
ogistics
m
anagement and
c
ompetitive
s
trategies
,
i
nternational
l
ogistics
f
unctions and
i
ntermediaries
, t
erms
of Sale an
d Terms of
p
ayment
,

o
cean
s
hips and
s
hipping
,
c
hartering
bu
lk
o
cean
c
arriers
,

t
he
o
cean
l
iner
s
ystem
,
i
nternational
a
ir
t
ransportation
, l
and
t
ransportation to and
from
p
orts
, r
ailway
t
ransportation
,

h
ighway
t
ransportation
and
m
anagement
,

d
ocumentation and
i
nsurance
,
i
nternational
s
ourcing
.

Textbook:

1.International Logistics, Wood, Donald F. and et al.
,
New
York: Chapman & Hall, Taipei: Hwa Tai
., 1995.

2.Global Operations and Logistics: Text and Cases,
Dornier and et al., New York: John Wiley and Sons,
Ta
ipei: Hwa Tai.
, 1998.

3.Journal papers
.


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_____________


IEF2014
Design of Experiment

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Homework 15%, exam
.

50%, project 35%
(oral 10%, report 25%)

Objectives:
The principles and practice of ANOVA and
d
esign of

e
xperiments, including randomization, complete
and incomplete block design, two/three level factorial
design, mixture design, and Taguchi’s method.

Syllabus summary:

Introduction and Statistical Inference
,
ANOVA (One Factor),
b
locking
,

f
actorial
d
esign
,
2
k
f
actorial Design
,

b
locking of 2k
f
actorial
d
esign
,
2k
-
p
f
actorial
d
esign
, m
ixed
l
evel
f
actorial
d
esign
, r
esponse
s
urface
m
ethods
.

Textbook:
Design and Analysis of Experiments

(5th Ed),
D. C. Montgomery, John Wiley & Sons, 2001.


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_____________


IEF2017
Inventory Manag
ement Models

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Exam
.

50%, homework
2
5%
,

paper study
25% (oral 15%,
f
inal report 10%
)


Objectives:
This course introduces
d
eterministic as well
as
p
robabilistic
i
nventory models. Topics include EOQ,

m
odel with shortage permitted, EPQ (finite production
rate model), quantity discount, model with variable
demands, resource
-
constrained multiple product model,
Newboy’s model, and studies of other specific models.


Syllabus summary:

Introduction to Invent
ory

m
anagement
,

d
eterministic
m
odel and its applications
,
p
robabilistic
m
odel and its applications
, s
tudies of other
specific models (
p
aper study,
o
ral presentation, and
discussion)
.

Textbook:
Inventory Management and Production
Planning and Scheduling, E.

A. Silver, D. F. Pyke, and R.
Peterson.

References:


1.Production and Operations Analysis, 4th Ed
.
, Steven
Nahmias,
2001.

2.Operations Research


An Introduction, 6th Ed
.
, H. A.
Taha, Prentice
-
Hall, 1997
.

3. Introduction to Operations Research, F. S. Hil
lier and
G.J. W. J. Lieberman.


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_____________


IEF2048
Work Physiology

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 1

Assessment:

Reading & report 45%, lab

experiment &
report 25%, final exam
.

30%

Objectives:
This course introduces environmental factors
that affect per
formance of humans at work. Students will
learn how to improve workers' performance and abilities
via training, environmental control, and interface design
so as to reduce probability of occupational hazards and
injuries. Lectures cover topics of: respirat
ion and
circulation, muscle and skeletal system, physical
performance and skill work, body dimension and physical
training, fatigue and measuring fatigue, working hour and
eating habits, shift work, et. al..

Syllabus summary:

Introduction
, h
omeostasis
,
n
eu
romuscular function
, s
ensory organ
,

muscle strength
performance
, p
hysical fatigue
,
properties of
electromyography
, m
etabolism
, c
ardiovascular function
,
p
ulmonary adaptation to exercise
, p
hysical exercise and
performance
, e
valuation of physical performance
,

p
hysical training
, a
pplied work physiology
, a
ge and
gender effects on exercise performance
, w
ork
organization
,
rest allowance
,

shift work
, t
emperature
regulatio
n, l
ab
t
our
.

Textbook:
Textbook of Work Physiology: Physiological
Bases of Exercise
,
Per
-
Olof Å
strand and Kaare Rodahl et.
al..


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_____________


IEE1002
Seminar (II)

1 Credit

Classes:

(3

hrs
)
/wk in Semester 2

Assessment:

Written r
eports 60%,
oral presentation

40%

Objectives:

This course mainly invites specialists or
scholars who major in industrial
e
ngineering an
d
management to hold speeches.
It

is expected to inspire
students to
get familiar with

the research fields.

Syllabus summary:

Introduction
,
speeches and
discussions
,

writing practice, filed visit
,
forum.


________________________________
_____________


IEE1007
Advanced Computer Integrated Manufacturing

3 Credits

Classes:

(3hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 2

Assessment:

Midterm

exam.
25%, final
exam.
25%,
midterm report 20%, final report 30%
.

Objectives:
This course focus on the theories and
related issues for industrial and engineering research,
development, and

automatic production management.

Syllabus summary:

Introduction to
r
esearch and
d
evelopment
p
rocess
,

CAD/CAE/CAM
,

DFMA and other
DFX issues
, i
nspection
p
rinciple and
i
nspection
t
echnologies
, i
nspection
p
rinciple and
i
nspection
t
echnologies
, m
aterial
h
andl
ing
,
IDEF
,
MRP
,

JIT
,
CAPP

from CAD/CAM point of view
,
g
roup
t
echnology &
c
ellular
m
anufacturing
,
FMS
,
AMS
,
Petri Net
, r
obot
p
rogramming
.

Textbook:

1.Automation, Production Systems, and Computer
Integrated Manufacturing, M. P. Groover
.

2.IDEF, Petri Nets,
CAD/CAM/CAE

Handouts


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_____________


IEF1061
Electronic Commerce

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 2

Assessment:

Midterm
exam.
30%, final exam
.
30%,
term project

30%,
attendance
10%

Objectives:

To
u
nderstand the applications on
i
nternet
and how
i
nternet can b
enefit the business

and to l
earn
the techniques used in e
-
c
ommerce.

Syllabus summary:

e
-
business model online transaction
,
i
nternet hardware, software and communication
, w
ireless
Internet a
n
d m
-
business
, i
nternet security
, i
nternet
marketing
,
e
-
customer re
lationship management
.

Textbook:
E
-
business and E
-
commrece for Managers,
Deitel. Deitel. Steinbuhler
.


________________________________
_____________


IEE1082
Occupational Biomechanics

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 2

Assessment:

Midterm
e
xam
.

25%, final exam
.

25%
,
h
omework

& project 50
%

Objectives:
The course is to introduce basic
biomechanics of the musculoskeletal system including
the properties of muscle, tendon, ligament and bone

The application in occupation, then, will be presented for
understanding the disorder and trauma of
mus
culoskeletal system in the workplace
.

Syllabus summary:

Occupational Biomechanics as a
s
pecialty
, t
he structure and function of the
musculoskeletal system
, a
nthropometry in
o
ccupati
o
nal
b
iomechanics
, m
echanical
w
ork
-
c
apacity
e
valuation
,
b
ioinstrumentation
for
o
ccupational
b
iomechanics
,
o
ccupational
b
iomechanical
m
odels
, m
ethods of
c
lassifying and
e
valuating
m
anual
w
ork
, m
anual
m
aterials
h
andling
l
imits
, g
uidelines for
s
eated
w
ork
,

b
iomechanical
c
onsiderations in
m
achine
c
ontrol and
w
orkplace
d
esign
,
h
and
t
o
ol
d
esign
g
uidelines
, g
uidelines for
w
hole
-
b
ody
and
s
egmental
v
ibration
.

Textbook:
Occupational biomechanics
,

Don B. Chaffin,
Gunnar B. J.

Adnersson
, Bernard J. Martin,

Jo
hn

wiley
and Sons
,

19
99.


________________________________
_____________


IEE1083
Multivariate Analysis

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs l
ec
)
/wk in Semester 2

Assessment:

Presentation and project 50%, exam
.

50%

Objectives:
To
i
ntroduce t
he principles and practices of
statistical methods for describing and analyzing
multivariate data. Literature reviews concerning the
application of multivar
iate methods on industry as well as
academy are emphasized through students’ presentation
and project writing.

Syllabus summary:

Matrix
a
lgebra &
r
andom
v
ectors
,
m
ultivariate
d
istribution
, m
ultivariate
d
istribution
, r
eview of
ANOVA &
r
egression
, p
rinciple
c
omponents
, f
actor
a
nalysis
, c
anonical
c
orrelation

a
nalysis
, d
iscrimination &
c
lassification
, c
luster
a
nalysis
.

Textbook:
Applied Multivariate Methods for Data
Analysts, Duxbury Press
,
Dallas E. Johnson,

1998.


________________________________
_____________


IEE2056
Fuzzy Set Theory

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 2

Assessment:

Midterm
exam.
35%, final
exam.
35%,
project 30%

Objectives:
To understand the topics :the

t
heory and
applications of fuzzy logic
, and s
oftwares of soft
computing
.

Syllabus summary:

Introduction to fuzzy logic,
f
uzzy

set
theory
, f
uzzy set theory,
f
uzzy relation
, m
achine learning
,
n
ature
-
inspired optimization algorithm
,

i
ntroduction to
Matlab
,

f
uzzy logic in automatic control,
f
uzzy logic in
decision making, final exam.

Textbook:
Neuro
-
Fuzzy and Soft Computing, Jang, S
un,
and Mizutani, Prentice
-
Hall
,

1997.


________________________________
_____________


IEF2050
Computer Systems and Human Factors

3 Credits

Classes:

(3hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester 2

Assessment:

Homework 20%, final exam
.

30%, project
report (oral 15% and paper 35%)

Objectives:
To learn the foundations, desi
gn practice and
advanced topics on Human
-
Computer Interaction

(HCI).

Syllabus summary:

Introduction

(What is HCI?)
, t
he
foundations of the human in HCI
, t
he components of the
computer in HCI
, h
uman
-
c
omputer
i
nteraction design
methods
, s
upport for designers
, e
valuation methods
.

Textbook:
Human
-
Computer Interaction, Jenny Pre
n
ce,
Addison
-
Wesley,

1994.


________________________________
_____________


IEF1021
Computer Vision System

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec
)
/wk in Semester
2

Assessment:

Homework 40%, paper presen
t
ation 10%
,

mid
-
term exam. 20%, final pr
oject 30%

Objectives:
This course cover
s

the basic concepts and
applications of important computer vision and automation
including:
d
igital
i
mage
c
onstruction
, f
undamentals of
d
igital
i
mage
, i
mage
t
ransformation
, i
mage
e
nhancement
,
i
mage
s
egmentation
, b
ina
ry
i
mage
p
rocessing
, c
omputer
v
ision
t
echniques in
i
ndustrial
a
pplications
.


Syllabus summary:

1.Introduction and Overview of this
Course A Simple Image Model Sampling and
Quantization Neighbors of a Pixel Neighborhoods and
Connectivity Distance Measures I
maging Geometry
Homogeneous Transforms & Camera Model

2.Image Transforms Fourier Transform Discrete Fourier
Transform Properties of Fourier Transform Other
Transforms Walsh Transform Hadamard Transform
Discrete Cosine Transform Hotelling Transform Hough
T
ransform

3.Image Enhancement & Histogram Methods Smoothing
Methods Sharpening Methods Detection of Edges Edge
Detectors Thinning & Skeleton Edge Linking, Tracking
Morphology (Dilation and Erosion, Opening and
Closing, …)

4. Image Segmentation & Gray Leve
l Thresholding
Region
-
based Segmentation Boundary
-
based
Segmentation Feature Extraction (1) Geometric
Properties Topological Properties Projections

5. Feature Extraction (2) Region Analysis Boundary
Description Texture Analysis 3D Image Formation &
Image
Models Shape from Shading Shape from Texture

6. Computer Vision in Industrial Applications Automated
Visual Inspection (Calibration, Line, Circle, Ellipse, Hole,
Polygon, Corner) Artificial Vision for Mobile Robots
Vision
-
based Vehicle Guidance Automatic
Target
Detection Presentations of Term Projects.

Textbook:

Digital Image Processing, Rafael C. Gonzalez
and Richard E. Woods, 2nd edition, Prentice
-
Hall.


________________________________
_____________


IEF1023
Strategy Management

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec/wk) in Semester 2

Assessment:

M
id
-
term

an
d final

exam
(
50%
)
,
hw
assignment
(
30%
)
, contribution to presentation
(
20%
)

Objectives:
Strategic management is the process of
examining both present and future environments,
formulating the organizational objectives, evaluating
alternatives, selecting sol
ution(s), implementing plans,
and controlling decisions focused on achieving objectives
in the present and future environments. It includes theory
statements and cases study in practice. The contents of
this curriculum facilitate students to integrate the
necessary knowledge and expertise when get involved
the activities of strategic planning processes in business.

Syllabus summary:

1. Introduction to Strategic
Management (1) Frameworks of Logical Processes and
Strategic Planning Processes (2) Visions, miss
ion
statements, and Goal (3) Team skills for Problem Solving


2. Environmental Analysis (1) Macro
-
environment (2)
Task Environment (3) Internal Situation (4) Environmental
Issue Management (5) Competitive Advantages and
Vulnerabilities

3. The Selection of

Strategic Alternatives (1) How to
Analyze a Case (2) Strategy Analysis Techniques (3) M.
Terms Test

4. Strategy Implementation (1) Selecting Corporate
Strategies (2) Business Level Strategies


5. Literature Presentation and Feedback (1)
Presentation and
Feedback (2) Contribution and share


6. Case Study (1) Presentation and Interactive
Feedback (2) Contribution and share (3) F. Terms Test

Textbook:
1. Hill and Jones (2001), Strategic
Management: An Integrated Approach,Boston: Houghton
Mifflin. 2. Smith,

Arnold and Bizzell (1991), Business
Strategy and Policy, Boston: Houghton Mifflin.


________________________________
_____________


IEF1027
Advanced Production Management

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec/wk) in Semester 2

Assessment:

Homework (10%), tow quizzes (60%), two
oral presentations (15%), final
report (15%).

Objectives:

This course introduces analytical methods
used to support the production and operations
management function. The major economic problems
discussed, include inventory model analysis, production
scheduling and control, forecasting,
aggregate planning,
project management, scheduling, MRP & JIT, and recent
advances in operations planning and control.

Syllabus summary:

1.Production & Operations Strategy
Forecasting (I)

2.Forecasting (II) Aggregate planning (I)

3.Aggregate planning (II)

Inventory Control
-

Known
Demand (I)

4.Inventory Control
-

Uncertain Demand MRP & JIT (I)

5.MRP & JIT (I) Operations Scheduling

6.Operations Scheduling Project Management Recent
Advances on Manufacturing Technology & Control

Textbook:
Production and Oper
ations Analysis 4th
Edition, 2001, Steven Nahmias.


________________________________
_____________


IEF1035
Strategic Human Resource Management

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec/wk) in Semester
2

Assessment:

Oral presentation (
20
%), VCD report
(
20
%), papers reading (20%), case study (40%)

Objectives:

This
course teaches the basic theories and
practices of strategic human resource management.
Students should own the enough ability of human
resource management to be the manager after
completing this course.

Syllabus summary:

1. Basic concepts of human
resourc
e management. Strategy planning. Internal and
external environment.

2. Labor market. Career mobility. Human resource
planning.

3. Recruiting. Appraising and managing performance

4. Compensation. Human resource development.
Industrial relation

5. Case study

6. Papers reading


________________________________
_____________


IEF1042
Special Topics on Human Factors (
II
)

2

Credits

Classes:

(
2

hrs lec/wk) in Semester 2

Assessment:

O
ral presentation
s

5
0%, written report
s
5
0%

Objectives:

This course provides forum and objective
comments for reviewed topics th
at are related to thesis
research.

Syllabus summary:

Presentation of research work and
reviewed paper.

Textbook:
Selected journal articles


________________________________
_____________


IEF1043
Special Topics on Virtual Manufacturing
System
s

(
II
)

2

Credits

Classes:

(
2

hrs lec/wk) in Semester 2

Assess
ment:

O
ral presentation
s

5
0%, written report
s

5
0%

Objectives:

This course provide forum and objective
comments for reviewed topics that are related to thesis
research.

Syllabus summary:

Literature reviews and oral
presentations

Textbook:
Selected journal a
rticles


________________________________
_____________


IEF1044
Special Topics on Intelligent Quality
Management (
II
)

2

Credits

Classes:

(
2

hrs lec/wk) in Semester 2

Assessment:

Paper presentation
s

(60%), term project
(40%)

Objectives:

Utilizing various sensors, database and
data
-
mining techniques to
quality information processing,
together with expert systems and soft
-
computing as
suppot mechanism, to create an integral quality
information system that enables quality management with
knowledge engineering and software agents.

Syllabus summary:

Paper pr
esentation

Textbook:
Handouts and journal papers



________________________________
_____________


IEF1045
Special Topics on Global Logistics Management
(
II
)

2

Credits

Classes:

(
2
hrs lec/wk) in Semester 2

Assessment:

Performance (50%) and contribution (50%)
of presentation

Objectives:

This course is d
esigned to train students to
understand the scope of global logistics management, the
research methodology, and writing patterns, to enable the
students to find an interested title for their theses. It
consists of the followings: 1. Assigned Papers on Glob
al
Logistics Management 2. Self
-
selected Papers on Global
Logistics Management.

Syllabus summary:

Take turn to present two titles of
papers on Global Logistics Management and feedback
discuss every week.

Textbook:
1. Journal of Operations Management,
Elsev
ier Science Ltd. 2. European Journal of Purchasing
& Supply Management, Elsevier Science Ltd. 3.
International Journal of Production Economics, Elsevier
Science Ltd. 4. Long Range Planning, Elsevier Science
Ltd. 5. European Journal of Operational Research,

Elsevier Science Ltd. 6 Expert Systems with Applications,
Elsevier Science Ltd. 7. Journal of International
Management, Elsevier Science Ltd. 8. Transportation
Research Part E, Elsevier Science Ltd. 9. Industrial
Marketing Management, Elsevier Science Inc
. 10.
European Management Journal, Elsevier Science Ltd. 11.
Other International Journals on Global Logistics
Management.


________________________________
_____________


IEF1046
Special Topics on Adv
a
nced Management
Information Systems (
II)

2

Credits

Classes:

(
2

hrs lec/wk) in Semester 2

Assessment:

O
ral
exam and presentations
(40%), final
report (60%)

Objectives:

This Course introduces: (1) Organizational
Foundations Of Information Systems, (2) Technical
Foundations Of Information Systems, (3) Building
Information Systems, (4) Redesigning the Organiz
ation
with Information Systems.

Syllabus summary:

1.Organizational Foundations Of
Information Systems

2.Technical Foundations Of Information Systems
-
I

3.Technical Foundations Of Information Systems
-
II

4.Building Information Systems
-
I

5.Building Information

Systems
-
II

6.Redesigning the Organization with Information Systems

Textbook:

Management Information Systems
Organization & Technology in the Networked Enterprise,
4th Edition, Prentice
-
Hall, 2001 ,K. C. Laudon & J. P.
Laudon,


________________________________
_____________


IEF1047
Special Topics on

Production Systems (
II
)

2

Credits

Classes:

(
2
hrs lec/wk) in Semester 2

Assessment:

Presentation and Discussion

Objectives:

This course aims to examine the relative
research topics in production systems. The topics to be
discussed include production sched
uling, performance
evaluation, reliability analysis, and equipment
maintenance. The objective of this course is to help
students to have an overview of the state of the art of
specific fields, and to improve their innovation and
research ability
.

Syllabus
summary:

1. Literature review

2. Presentation of specific topics

3. Discussion of theses

Textbook:

Selected journal articles


________________________________
_____________


IEF1049
Survey Research Methods

3

Credits

Classes:

(
3
hrs lec/wk) in Semester
2

Assessment:

SPSS practice
(
40%
),

t
hesis analysi
s
(
40%
),

f
inal exam
(
20%
)


Objectives:

The contents of this course include: design
of research method,development of questionaire,
methods of sampling and statistics.practices of
SPSS,thesis writing and analysis. The contents of this
course include: design

of research method,development
of questionaire, methods of sampling and
statistics.practices of SPSS,thesis writing and analysis.

Syllabus summary:

1.Determination of the thesis topic
Design of research method Development of questionaire.

2.Methods of sam
pling and descriptive statistics Practices
of SPSS.

3.Methods of inferential statistics and multivariate
analysis. Practices of SPSS.

4.Interpretation for the result of statistics analysis.

5.Thesis analysis

Textbook:

Course notes


________________________________
_____________


IEF1050
Numerical Met
hods

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec/wk) in Semester
2

Assessment:

M
idterm
(
30%
),

hw & project
(
40%
),

final
exam
(
30%
)

Objectives:

The aim of this course is to give an
introduction to some of the basic methods of numerical
analysis and to provide the groundw
ork for the research
in the Institute of Industrial Engineering and Management.

The objectives is to let the students to be able to: (1)Write
simple programmes to do numerical calculations. (2)Find
the approximate solution of various mathematical
problems
. (3)Compare the performance of different
methods for approximating the same problem by
considering the accuracy of results and effort required to
get them.

(4)Understand the concept of convergence in numerical
methods.

Syllabus summary:

(1) Introduction (
2) Solving
Nonlinear Equations
,

hw
1(3) Solving Nonlinear Equations
,

hw
2

(4) Solving Sets of Equations
hw
3 (5) Solving Sets of
Equations
,

hw
4 (6) Interpolation and Curve Fitting
,

hw
5

(7) Interpolation and Curve Fitting (8) Midterm exam
,

hw
6

(9) Numerical

Differentiation and Numerical Integration
,

hw
7 (10) Numerical Differentiation and Numerical
Integration
,

hw
8 (11) Numerical Differentiation and
Numerical Integration
,

hw
9 (12) Numerical Solution of
Ordinary Differential Equations
,

hw
10 (13) Numerical
Sol
ution of Ordinary Differential Equations
,

hw
11 (14)
Boundary
-
Value Problems and Characteristic
-
Value
Problems
,

hw
12

(15) Boundary
-
Value Problems and
Characteristic
-
Value Problems (16) Final exam

Textbook:

Gerald/Wheatley 5th , Applied Numerical
Analysis
,

Prentice Hall
.


________________________________
_____________


IEF2029
Advanced Service Operation Management

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec/wk) in Semester 2

Assessment:

Mid
-
term
e
xam
(
35%
)
,
f
inal
r
eport
(
35%
)
,
h
omework

(report) and participation
(
30%
)

Objectives:

1. Introduction

2. Designing the Serv
ice Enterprise

3. Managing Service Operations

4. Toward World
-
Class Service


Syllabus summary:

1.The Role of Services in an
Economy,
The Nature of Services

2.Case Study, Service Quality, Service Strategy

3.New Service Development and Process Design

4.
Case Study, Internet Service, Forecasting Demand for
Services

5.Case Study, Productivity and Quality Improvement

6.Case Study

Textbook:

Service Management(Fourth Edition), J.A.
Fitzsimmons and M.J. Fitzsimmons, McGraw Hill, 2004.


________________________________
_____________


IEF2049
Advanced Comp
uter
-
Aided Research

&
Development

3 Credits

Classes:

(3

hrs lec/wk) in Semester 2

Assessment:

Project
(
25%
)
,
m
idterm
(
25%
)
,
f
inal
(
30%
)
,
o
thers
(
20%
)

Objectives:

In the era of computerization and digitization,
the most upstream work in any industries, rese
arch and
development, must also enter the computerized world.
The purpose of this course is to help students develop
the skills in understanding and implementing the theories
and practical ideas in the filld of computer
-
aided research,
development and mana
gement.

Syllabus summary:

1. What is research and
development(R&D)? The traditional R&D process.

2. The process of computer
-
aided research, development
and management. The thehniques behinds
CAD/CAE/RE/RP.

3. Design cycles and the difficulties. The applica
tion
examples of CARD and management in industrials
Midterm

5. The importance of PDM. The environment of PDM.

6. The relationship between PDM and ERP. The future
trend of CARD and management. Final eaxm

Textbook:

Course

no
t
e
s


Postg
raduate
Courses



R/E

Code

Course

Credit

Content

Remark

R

IEA10
13

Calculus

6

By examining the topics of limits, differentations, applications of
differentation, integrations, and applications of integration, this course offer
the basic mathmatic tool for further study i
n engineering.


R

IEA100
5

Introduction to Computer

2

By learning the basic concepts of computer, hardware structures, operation
systems, the design and application of basic program languages, management
of database and related applications of packages (so
ftware). Students can
understand more about the basic course of computer.


R

IEA100
6

Introduction to Computer
Practice

1

By the practical operations on computer, students can absorb the basic
concepts and how to use every kind of software.


R

IEA10
20

Phy
sics

3

This course introduces classical mechanics such as laws of motion, work, and
energy. Further topics also include thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism,
wave motion, and light wave.


R

IEA10
10

Manufacturing Processes

3

A brief and comprehensive int
roduction to the prevalent manufacturing
technologies is provided in this course. Major topics include: Engineering
Materials, Casting Process, Cold Working Process, Plastics Forming Process,
Machining Process, Material Cutting and Joining Process, Surface

Finish
Process, Micro
-
manufacturing Process, Manufacturing Process for
Semiconductors, Non
-
traditional Manufacturing Process, and
Computer
-
Aided Technologies for Design and Manufacturing.


Under
g
raduate
Courses


R/E

Code

Course

Credit

Content

Remark

R

IEA100
8

Introduction to

Industrial
Engineering and Management
(

)

3

This course introduces the basic concepts of industrial engineering and
management. These basic concepts include manufacturing management,
manufacturing system, methods engineering, work measurement, material
handling, production planning and control,

quality control.


R

IEA100
2

Engineering Drawing

1

Engineering Drawings are the graphic communication tools between design
and manufacturing engineers, and the drawing standards are now universal.
With the prevalence of the computer

graphics

and computer
-
aided drawing
tools, learning engineering drawing using computers will be the major
activities of the course. The Chinese version AutoCAD is selected as the tool,
and the topics include:
Top
-
Front
-
Side

Views, Isometric

Drawing,
Cross
-
section, 3D Solid Mode
ls, Dimensions, Base and Tolerance.


R

IEA100
4

Engineering Drawing Practice

1

Engineering Drawings are the graphic communication tools between design
and manufacturing engineers, and the drawing standards are now universal.
With the prevalence of the comp
uter

graphics

and computer
-
aided drawing
tools, learning engineering drawing using computers will be the major
activities of the course. The Chinese version AutoCAD is selected as the tool,
and the topics include:
Top
-
Front
-
Side

Views, Isometric

Drawing,
C
ross
-
section, 3D Solid Models, Dimensions, Base and Tolerance.


R

IEA10
2
7

Programming Language

3

This Objective of the class is to train students’ computer programming skills.
The material covers C++ language introduces, data types, input/output, loop,
ar
ray, point, function and data structure instructions.


R

IEA10
28

Industrial Accounting

3

Industrial accounting focuses on the recording and analysis of business
activities, to provide managers and investors information for
decision
-
making. The course c
overs: accounting processes, analysis of
financial statements, valuation of inventories, depreciation methods,
manufacturing accounting, job
-
order costing system, process costing system,
and cost analysis techniques.







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2002

Work Study Practice

1

Planning the assembling line for a specific product. The practice unit of this
workshop includes

OPC, FD, FPC, production capacity analysis, DFMA
product design improvement, allowance setting, standard time setting, etc.


R

IEA
2006

Statistics I

3

The objective of this course is to present fundamental statistical concepts and
methods. The topics to
be covered include data acquisition and
management, data summary measures, basic probability concepts, random
variables, discrete probability distributions, and continuous probability
distributions.


R

IEA
2009

Managerial Mathematics

3

Designed to improve
students’ mathematical skill in management, including
topics such as linear algebra, differential equations, and difference equations.


R

IEA
2019

Introduction to Management
Information Systems

3

This course introduces (1) organizational foundations of inf
ormation systems,
(2) technical foundations of information systems, and (3) methods of building
information systems. Topics discussed in this course, include challenges
and opportunities of information technology (IT) to organizations, the
strategic role
of information systems (IS), redesigning the organization with
information systems, how information systems can be used for competitive
advantage, and managing contemporary information systems.


R

IEA
2038

Operations Research (I)

3

This course intends to p
rovide the needed background to begin to employ
mathematical programming as a decision
-
making tool. It focused on the
solution techniques for various deterministic mathematical models. The
topics to be covered include linear programming, duality theory,
network
analysis, transportation and assignment problems, dynamic programming,
game theory, integer programming and nonlinear programming.




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200
8

Statistics II

3

The purpose of this course is to teach students

about the fundamental theory
of statistics. Topics include point/interval estimation, hypothesis testing,
confidence interval, and introductions to linear algebra and analysis of
variance.


R

IEA
202
5

Industrial Automation

3

The purpose of this course i
s to provide IEM undergraduate students with a
comprehensive introduction about production automation engineering. The
topics include computer numerical control (CNC) and machining, industrial
robots, pneumatic control, programmable logic control (PLC), an
d
introduction to automated manufacturing systems.


R

IEA2046

Manufacturing Process Practice

1

By practicing, students learn subjects in real manufacturing processes like
material selection, machining methods, machine operations, machining
procedures, ass
embly process, cost estimation, and management of stocks.


R

IEA
3001

Quality Control

3

This course will cover the basic concepts and applications of important
quality control including:


1. Concept of quality management


2. Statistical process control


3.

Variable control charts


4. Attribute control charts


5. Process capability analysis


6. Sampling plans


7. Other related topics


R

IEA
3002

Quality Control Practice

1

This course will cover the practice of quality control technology including:


1. Use of

measurement tools


2. QC new and old seven tools


3. Design of variable control chart


4. Design of attribute control chart


5. Uses of sampling methods and standard sampling plans


6. Use of quality deployment function


7. Case studies







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IEA
3003

Production Control and
Management

3

This course introduces analytical methods used to support the production and
operations management function. The major economic problems of
production management, discussed in this
course, include inventory control
and management, operations scheduling, forecasting methods, aggregate
planning, project scheduling and management, and recent advances in
manufacturing technology and control.


R

IEA
3006

Production Control and
Management
Practice

1

This course helps students to understand the management of production and
material, organization, methods of management and control, and match
formal course to learn by using STORM software. The course covers
production scheduling, forecasting,
MRP, line balancing, and inventory
management.


R

IEA3052

Human Factors

2

This course covers lectures of man
-
machine system, information input and
processing, vision and auditory displays, human physical output and manual
materials handling, controllers a
nd human control of systems, hand tool and
devices. The course is designed to have students achieve basic knowledge
of human factors.


R

IEA305
3

Human Factors Practice

1

Twelve experiments were designed to have students confirm basic theories of
ergonomi
cs.

Students may learn variety of research methods applied in
ergonomics through data collection and statistical analyses of collected data.
Experiments include measurement of anthropometry data, sensory threshold,
reaction time, muscle strength, electro
myography and biomedical data, tests
of vision and hearing abilities, hand
-
tool evaluation, tracking, and
man
-
machine interface.


R

IEA30
31

Facility Planning

3

Definition and modeling solutions of continuous and discrete, single and
multi
-
facility locatio
n problems for various objectives. Relative location
and layout of facilities / departments for minimizing material handling and
interaction costs. Emphasis on quantitative methods.







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IEA30
32

Facility Plann
ing Practice

3

The practice in this course is divided into two sections: (1) Designing a
virtual factory for designated industrial products using the knowledge and
concepts from the courses “Facility Planning” and “Manufacturing
Processes”. (2) Using the F
acility Planning, Design, and Analysis software
packages to plan, build, and analysis the costs and efficiency of the virtual
factory.

Prerequisite:

Engineering
Drawing,
Manufacturing
Processes

R

IEA30
09

Engineering Economy

3

Provide Methods and modern t
echniques of engineering economic analysis
for decision making.
Topics are as follows: cost concepts, time value of
money, evaluations of economic alternatives, depreciation and income taxes,
inflation and price changes, and etc.


R

IEA
4003

Term Project

6

This course is a special reviewing course in the Department. Through the
steps of investigation, proposing, inprovment and analysis, students learn the
real situation of industrials. Meanwhile, skills in management and personal
relationship are studied.


R

IEA
400
6

Seminar

1

This course introduces the practice of IE methods. The lectures include total
productive maintenance (TPM), performance analysis and control (PAC),
total quality management (TQM), TPM and QC cycle (QCC), and operation
improvement.


E

IEA1032

Industrial Organization &
Management

3

The objective of this course is to introduce the theory

and history of
management, industrial organization and the related topics to management.
It gives the basic concepts of management to students for the

preparation of
further study in management.






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IEA1033

Human Resource

Management


3

Introduction to the theories and methods of human resource management,
include the following topics: environment analysis, c
ompetitive strategy,
human resource planning, recruitment, performance appraisal, human
resource development, labor relation, and etc.


E

IEA
20
37

Advance
d

Programming
Language

3

This Objective of the class is to train students using more advanced
compute
r programming skills, such as object
-
oriented programming analysis
and object
-
oriented design. In the end of the class, students is asked to design
a complete big project by using advanced computer programming skills as
well.


E

IEA
2012

Psychology in Man
agement

3

By examining the Theories of Psychology, Individual Psychology, Group
Psychology, case study and leadership training, students learn the skills in
management and proper manager behaviors.


E

IEA
2040

Business Automation

3

The course covers the in
troduction of business automation and the four flows
of business activity : money flow, product flow, information flow and
business flow. Selected topics are : bar
-
code system, point of sale system
(POS), electronic ordering system (EOS), electronic data i
nterchange (EDI),
value added network (VAN), distribution center and electronic commerce.


E

IEA
2044

Economics

3

To make students realize the principles and practices of economics. Special
emphasis on how companies optimize their profit, how consum
ers obtain
maximum satisfaction, and problems regarding to gross national product,
employment, and inflation.






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IEA
2014

Data Structure

3

These Class covers search algorithms (sequence search, binary search,
inte
rpolation search and string search), sorting algorithms (bubble sort,
selection sort, insertion sort, quick sort and merge sort), Hashing, array,
stacks, data link lists, recursive and binary trees.


E

IEA
2041

System Analysis

3

In addition to covering an
alysis tools and techniques, this course emphasizes
management implications, the link between systems analysis design and
strategic planning, and the complexity of modern systems. Students will learn
three of the most commonly used analysis techniques
-
logi
cal modeling,
prototyping, and data modeling. The course covers the system development
process, defining the problem, requirements analysis, the transition from
analysis to design, and physical design.


E

IEA
2016

Tool Engineering

3

This course introduces

hand tools, machining tools, CNC machines,
inspection equipments, measuring tools, and design of clamping and framing
devices.


E

IEA
2045

Industrial Environment and
Safety

3

The purpose of the course is to conduct students about the knowledge and
percept
ion of industrial environment and the industrial safety and health. This
course covers the general description of industrial environment and safety
and health, the laws of labor safety and health, the statistics of occupational
accidents, safety control, a
nd the issues related to industrial safety and health.


E

IEA
2034

Computer Networks

3

This Objective of the class is training students computer network skills. The
material covers OSI seven layers protocol, TCIP/IP protocol, and
sending/receiving e
-
mail,

homepage design and collecting information from
internet.






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IEA
3043

Computer Control of
Management Systems

3

The purpose of this course is to provide IEM undergraduate students with
background and knowledge abo
ut computer control in automated
manufacturing systems. The topics contains introduction to electronic circuits
and digital logic circuits, computer interface, analog to digital conversion
(ADC) and digital to analog conversion (DAC), sensors, introduction

to
closed
-
loop control systems, graphical control and monitor software, and
web
-
based remote control systems. Lab work and term projects are required
in this course.

Prereq.:
Industrial
Automation

E

IEA
3014

Operations Research (II)

3

This course intends
to provide the needed background to begin to employ
mathematical programming as a decision
-
making tool. It focused on the
solution techniques for various probabilistic mathematical models. The
topics to be covered include Markov chains, queueing theory,
forecasting,
Markov decision processes, and simulation.


E

IEA
3033

Industrial Statistics

3

The objective of this course is to teach students how to make sense of data.
It examines the linear statistical models for regression, analysis of variance,
and ex
perimental design for both the underlying theory and practical
application problems. Moreover, the goodness
-
of
-
fit test and
non
-
parametric statistics will also be covered. Finally, statistical software,
e.g., SPSS for Windows, is used for project
-
type ex
ercises.


E

IEA
30
56

Organizational Behavior

3

Provide theories and methods to manage people behavior in organization,
include the topics as follows: individual behavior, group behavior, decision
making, organization structure design, motivation, communica
tion, conflict
management, organization development, and etc.


E

IEA
301
5

Management Accounting

3

The function of management accounting is to utilize the data from financial
accounting to provide manager useful information for decision
-
making.
The course
covers: traditional costing systems, planing and control of cost,
capital budgeting, budgeting and pricing, etc. Besides, to adapt to modern
production technologies, the course also covers topics of activity
-
based
costing, total quality management, and ju
st
-
in
-
time production system.






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IEA
3045

Data
-
Base Management
Systems

3

The objective of this course is to introduce the basic concept of relational
database to students. The content includes E/R Diagram, data
n
ormalization, database management system, data administration, SQL and
so forth. Also, Visual Fox is adopted as practicing database language.


E

IEA
30
19

Technical Writing and Reporting

3

This course is to teach students how to conduct oral presentation a
nd
technical writing. Lectures are divided into two sessions of oral
presentation and technical writing. Oral presentation lectures cover
introduction of presentation software, format of overhead transparency,
contents of oral expression and body communi
cation. Lectures of technical
writing cover format of different reports, essentials of readability, adoption of
figures and tables, and introduction of Microsoft Word.


E

IEA
3035

Cost Accounting

3

Cost accounting utilize the principles of financial accou
nting, to record,
classify, summarize and analyze the costs of products during the processes of
their productions and sales. The course covers traditional costing systems
and techniques for cost planning, control and analysis, as well as topics
related to

modern production technologies, such as activity
-
based costing,
total quality management, and just
-
in
-
time production system.


E

IEA
3042

Reliability

3

The course covers the introduction of the reliability theory and application.
Selected topics are: Fail
ure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) and
Fault
-
Tree/Success
-
Tree Analysis (FTA/STA), system reliability, accelerated
testing and failure analysis system, maintainability and reliability, supplier
reliability and quality assurance, some warrant model.


E

IEA
3040

Shop Floor Control

3

The objective of shop floor control is to communicate the production orders
and the status of production shop, such as the status of storage and
production facilities, maintenance, inspection, receiving and shipping. The
funct
ion of a shop floor management information system is to integrate
real
-
time information including resources, jobs, materials, schedules,
materials handling and performances. The course covers the introduction of
a shop floor management information system
and its functions, as well as the
discussion of Toyota's shop floor control system.






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IEA
3020

Management Information
Systems

3

The objective of this course includes (1) introduction of organizational
foundations

and technical foundations of information systems (IS,) and
methods of building IS; (2) case study of the major information technology
(IT) impacts to the organizations. Related topics include challenges and
opportunities of information technology (IT) to

organizations, the strategic
role of information systems(IS), redesigning the organization with
information systems, how information systems can be used for competitive
advantage, and managing contemporary information systems.


E

IEA
3046

Technology Manag
ement

3

Most nations will try to create their economical competitive edge and
enhance their national military defense capability by developing some high
technological industries. It consist of the definitions of high technological
industries and its charac
teristics, governments’ interests and involvement in
high technological industries, the challenge of high technological industries
worldwide, strategic management of high technological industries, high
technology product development strategy
,
innovation an
d patent
management, price strategy for high technology products, channel strategy
for high technology products, communication strategy for high technology
products, and customer satisfaction.


E

IEA
3022

Marketing Management

3

The course intends to provid
e the basic framework of the marketing
management process to the students with engineering background. The topics
to be covered include introduction of marketing, target markets, the four
elements of a marketing program
-
product, price, distribution, promot
ion, and
the evaluation and adjustment of the marketing strategy.


E

IEA
3023

Industry Laws

3

This course studies industrial related laws, including Labor Law, Law of
Factory Safety, Law in Labor sanitation, Law of Labor Insurance, Patent Law
and Law of Tr
ade Mark.


E

IEA
3024

Logistics Analysis and System
Planning

3

Logistics analysis and system planning is a course with theories and practical cases that
it deal with transactions involving individuals or firms for the organized movement
systems of goods, s
ervices, and, sometimes, people. Consist of reengineering of logistics
processes in a firm, logistics operational integration, customer satisfactory service,
supply chain relationships, global logistics, material handling system, material handling
manageme
nt, inventory system, inventory management, transportation regulation and
transportation management, packaging, integration theory of logistics system, logistics
positioning, planning and design methodology of logistics system, planning and design
techniqu
es of logistics system, and the performance measurement of logistics system.






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IEA
3055

Object
-
oriented Programming
Lanaguage

3

This Class covers Data Abstraction, Abstract Data Types, Concrete Data
Types, Inheri
tance and Object
-
Oriented Programming.


E

IEA
302
6

Material Control and
Management

3

Material management is a required course for undergraduate study. The
objective of this course is to let students realize the basic definitions, material
purchasing proce
ss, material preparation, storing and retrieving system, and
control process. Cooperating with the practicing course, this course will
make student a well
-
trained material engineer.


E

IEA
3047

Design of Experiment

3

The principles and practice of ANOVA a
nd Design of Experiments, including
randomization, complete and incomplete block design, two/three level
factorial design, Taguchi’s method, and response surface methodology.


E

IEA
3048

Manufacturing Engineering

3

A thorough planning on the Engineering pr
ocedures for mid to large size
production is introduced in this course. Topics including: product functional
design, process planning, alternative process selection, fixtures design,
tooling for material handling, packaging, assembly planning, product
insp
ection and tracing, storage and transportation issues, and tools and
components management.

Prerequisite:

Engineering
Drawing,
Manufacturing
Processes

E

IEA
3028

Logistic Management

3

By integration of practice and theory, case studies, and practical oper
ations
on logistics lab, students can learn and understand more about applications of
logistical management. This course covers concepts, components of logistical
system, and integrated operations of logistics.






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IEA
3050

Industrial Robots

3

The purpose of this course is to provide IEM undergraduate students with
background and knowledge about industrial robots. The main topics been
discussed are the types of robots, the kinetic and dynamic equations and
control o
f robot motions, introduction ot machine vision, intelligent robots,
the application of robots to production systems, design and analysis of
robot
-
based assembly workstation, and economic evaluation of robot
-
based
workstation. Lab work and term projects ar
e required in this course.

Prereq.:
Industrial
Automation

E

IEA
3054

Sampling
and
Survey

3

Introduction to the design and analysis of sample surveys, emphasizing on
the practical aspects of survey problems and including the following topics:
the design of
questionnaires, the methods of data collection, the methods of
sample survey, and statistical data analysis.


E

IEA4010

Decision Analysis

3

This course examines the decision
-
making problems in the face of
uncertainty. Instead of making decisions over a l
ong time, it is concerned
with making perhaps just on decision or at most a sequence of a few
decisions about what to do in the immediate future. The objective is to
provide a framework and methodology for rational decision making in this
context. The to
pics include Bayes’ decision theory, decision tree analysis,
multi
-
objective decision making, goal programming, analytic hierarchy
process and utility theory.


E

IEA4
007

Flexible Manufacturing Systems

3

The purpose of this course is to provide IEM undergr
aduate students with an
introduction to flexible manufacturing systems. This course will discuss
group technology, design and analysis of flexible manufacturing cells (FMC),
automated material transfer systems, such as automated store and retrieval
systems

(ASRS) and automated guided vehicle (AGV), hardware integration
in a FMS, production control for FMS operations, and economic evaluation
of FMS installation. Lab work and term projects are required in this course.

Prereq.:
Industrial
Automation

E

IEA4009

Systems Simulation

3

The practice of building computer simulation models to represent existing
real
-
world systems, or hypothetical future systems, and of experimenting
with these models to explain system behavior, improve system performance,
or design new

systems with desirable performances.






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IEA
4008

Financial Management

3

This course offers the basic concept of financial management to student. By
means of the study of Balance Sheet, Income Statement and Cash
flow
statement, cooperating with a course project and contest, we expect students
to learn how to manage company’s finance and their own future finance.


E

IEA
40
34

Quality Engineering

3

This course will cover the basic concepts and applications of importa
nt
Taguchi quality engineering including:


1. Concept of Taguchi quality cost


2. Use and construction of orthogonal tables


3. Signal and noise ratio


4. Robust design


5. Parameter design


6. Tolerance design


E

IEA
40
20

Manufacturing and
M
anagement

for

Semi
-
C
onductor

3

Introduction to the process of IC manufacturing and
its related management
i
ssues
, topics including production control, shop floor control, process and
equipment management, the management information system, and the
costing and budgeting

of the IC manufacturing.



E

IEA
4026

Transportation

&

Distribution
System Management

3

Transportation and distribution systems are the significant components to facilitate a

country’s economy as well as to upgrade the industrial competitive edge interna
tionally,
it is regarded

as a key system in managerial function to improve the company
performance. It consists of the trend and nature of transportation and distribution
systems worldwide,

the framework and system of transportation and distribution
system
s, the characteristics of each transportation and distribution

tool, the

planning of
transportation and distribution systems, selecting the transportation and distribution
systems, controlling and evaluating the transportation and distribution systems, and

creating the total satisfaction of customer service.


E

IEA
4019

Relationship between Owner
and Worker, and
Communication

3

The purpose of the course is to conduct students about the knowledge and
content of industrial relations and relevant laws. The cou
rse covers the
history and development of modern industry, the laws of labor
-
management
relations, the conflict and its solution of industrial relations, and the relevant
topics.






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IEA
4012

Management Case Study

3

Small group discussion on the topic of management case, is intended to
analysis the case situation, simulate enterprise environment,

and practice the
process of decision making.


E

IEA
4035

Fuzzy Set Theory

3

Fuzzy logic differentiates from conventional
two
-
value logic in trying to
capture the uncertainties existing in human's cognition. That is, using fuzzy
sets to describe the gray area between definite truth and false. The course
covers basic theories such as operations and relations of fuzzy sets;
m
eanwhile, the applications of fuzzy set theory are emphasized. These
applications include fuzzy inference systems, neuro
-
fuzzy networks,
automatic control, engineering design, decision analysis and data mining.


E

IEA
4013

Decision Support System

3

To tea
ch students about the basic concept and the architecture of a DSS,
including Decision and Decision Making, Data and Database Management,
Models and .Model Base Management, and User Interface. Special topics
on GDSS, EIS, and Expert System are also given.

Prereq.:
Industrial
Automation

E

IEA
4014

Computer Integrated
Manufacturing

3

This course integrates all of the undergraduate courses related to the field of
manufacturing systems offered by our department. The main topics include
introduction to computer
-
aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM),
computer aided process planning (CAPP), group technology, flexible
manufacturing cell/system design, analysis and control, and computer
networks and communication protocols. Lab work and term projects are
required

in this course.


E

IEA
4015

Production Information System

3

Introduction to the information system of manufacture system, including the
following topics: system concept, manufacturing system and its subsystem,
system inputs and outputs, integration method
s and tools, system structure,
and etc.






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IEA
4016

Industry Laws

3

This course studies industrial related laws, including Labor Law, Law of
Factory Safety, Law in Labor sanitation, Law of Labor Insurance, Patent
Law
and Law of Trade Mark.


E

IEA
4017

Small and Median Business
Diagnosis

3

Management audit with emphasis on the appraise of the quality of
management, the measurement of management performance, and the
preparation of management audit report.


E

IEA
4025

Logistic Information System

3

The class covers the basic concept , the system framework and application
of a logistic information system. Students are also trained to use logistic
information system, point
-
of
-
sale (POS) system and electronic bar cod
e
system.


E

IEA
40
36

Advanced Human Factors

3

T
his course introduces physical and psychological effects of environmental
factors on humans. Lectures cover topics of anthropometry and workspace
design, effects of environmental illumination, noise and nois
e control,
climate temperature and atmospheric pressure, vibration and acceleration.
The course is designed to have students understand the effects of
environmental conditions on humans so as to build up corresponding
strategies in occupational applicatio
ns.