Examines the issues and processes of short-term financing on industrial firms, financial analysis of cases, supplemented by readings to develop familiarity with sources and uses of working capital as well as the goals and problems involved in its management. Addresses needs analysis, requirements definition, design, and implementation in the context of project management. Defines work and heat interactions and calculates the amount of energy transferred during thermodynamic processes. 0 Hours. You must select the term in which you would like to search for classes before proceeding to the class schedule search screen. Offers students an opportunity to understand the phenomenological aspects of nonlinear and time-dependent material behavior and to obtain the ability to develop and use mathematical models that describe inelastic deformation behavior. Industrial engineers work in manufacturing firms, hospitals, banks, public utilities, transportation, government agencies, insurance companies, and construction firms. Financial Management for Engineers. This form not only helps the students manage their course work but it also helps the department to plan for requested course offerings. IE 5618. Mechanical engineers design, develop, and support the manufacture of machinery and devices to transmit power or to convert energy from thermal to mechanical form in order to power the modern world and its machines. Lean thinking is imperative for organizations aspiring to stay competitive in global markets. ME 6201. Provides an advanced course that is a comprehensive treatment of the problems involved in the combustion of liquid, gaseous, and solid fuels in both laminar and turbulent flow. Beyond course content, assignments provide students with opportunities to practice concise writing and peer review of abstracts, deliver scientific presentations, and explore optimum ways to present technical information. 4 Hours. ENSY 5400. Permission of instructor required for undergraduate students. Toggle AccordionGraduate Studies. Presents modern quantitative techniques for designing, analyzing, managing, and improving supply chains using deterministic and probabilistic models. Smart grid can be defined as the application of information processing and communications to the power grid. Studies the integration of sociotechnical systems in order to improve productivity, efficiency, safety, and quality of work life. Covers experiments with single and multiple factors of interest, and considers experiments with high-order experimental restrictions. For individual instruction courses (Independent Study, Readings, Continuations, Theses, and Dissertations) not listed in Banner Incomplete Grade Contract This form is to be completed together by a student and their instructor when an Incomplete grade is given for a course; Submit the completed form to the GSE office in 130 Snell Lean Concepts and Applications. ME 5645. I have a friend who took EMT courses, but she did them at BU (as a Northeastern student). May be repeated twice. You can view those who applied to Georgia State University College of Law that were accepted, waitlisted, and rejected as well as filter by cycle and type of applicant (URM, International, Non-traditional). Heat Conduction and Thermal Radiation. Properties and Processing of Electronic Materials. 4 Hours. Covers fundamentals of hydropowered development projects and their relevant design parameters. Application areas include power generation, electric grid, renewables, and energy storage. Includes case studies for which processes are selected based on efficacy, material input, and cost. Requires knowledge of multivariate calculus. ME 7374. Covers control and programming of robots, steady state errors, calculations of servoparameters, robot vision systems and algorithms, as well as imaging techniques and the concept of mobile robots. The program requires the applicant to have earned or be in a program to earn a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Northeastern University. Students are strongly encouraged to complete their 8 semester hours of Thesis (IE 7990) over two consecutive semesters. Discusses data mining case studies that are drawn from manufacturing, retail, healthcare, biomedical, telecommunication, and other sectors. 4 Hours. Focuses on electronic principles and the processing techniques underlying the processing/structure/property relationships of materials. Requires successful completion of the seminar program. Mechanical Engineering with Concentration in Mechanics and Design. Topics include Cartesian tensors; differential and integral formulation of the equations of conservation of mass, momentum, and energy; molecular and continuum transport phenomena; the Navier-Stokes equations; vorticity; inviscid incompressible flow, the velocity potential, and Bernoulli‘s equation; viscous incompressible flow; the stream function; some exact solutions; energy equation including heat conduction and viscous dissipation, low Reynolds number flow, exact and approximate approaches to laminar boundary layers in high Reynolds number flows, stability of laminar flows and the transition to turbulence, and treatment of incompressible turbulent mean flow; and internal and external flows. Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering with Graduate Certificate in Engineering Leadership. Studies principles of the methods of risk assessment and reliability analysis including fault trees, decision trees, and reliability block diagrams. Other topics include mathematical properties of partial differential equations, accuracy and stability analysis of numerical solutions, applications to a variety of fluid dynamics and heat transfer problems, grid generation, and an introduction to turbulence modeling. Offers theoretical or experimental work under individual faculty supervision. The course also offers numerous MATLAB/Simulink examples of select mechatronic systems and devices along with open-ended design projects and assignments. Musculoskeletal Biomechanics. 2 Hours. Discusses the fundamentals of chemical kinetics. 4 Hours. 4 Hours. Provides specific readings from the literature assigned to support the in-class lectures. Requires prior completion of an undergraduate course in biomechanics (Northeastern’s BIOE 2350 or equivalent). ENSY 5585. About. The integrated 32-semester-hour degree and certificate will require 16 hours of advisor-approved industrial engineering technical courses. In order to receive proper guidance with their course work needs, all MS students are strongly encouraged to complete and submit a fully signed Plan of Study (PS) to the department before enrolling in second-semester courses. Biosensor and Human Behavior Measurement. Students can complete a master's degree by pursuing any of one of the three tracks: course work option, project option, and thesis option. Seeks to benefit students with a curriculum that supports the development of key business communication skills, project and client management skills, and frameworks for business analysis. MATL 6285. Discusses the fundamentals of radiation in absorbing, emitting, and scattering media including the equation of radiative transfer with methods of solution, pure radiative transfer in participating media, and interaction of radiation with conduction and/or convection. If deemed appropriate by the research advisor, other faculty members may be invited to serve as thesis readers to provide technical opinions and judge the quality of the thesis and presentation. Offers students an opportunity to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to recognize and analyze existing or potential human factors problems and to identify, design, and possibly implement feasible solutions. Develops analogies between heat and momentum transfer including the Reynolds, Taylor, and Martinelli analogies. Students accepted into any of the MS programs in the MIE department can choose one of the three options: course work only, project, or thesis. Discusses difficulties associated with environmental impact assessments and the development of decision analysis tools to weigh the tradeoffs in technical, economic, and environmental performance, and analyzes specific case studies. Focuses on manufacturing and its relationship to design and computers. IE 7280. Emphasizes harnessing the hydro-energy potentials of both natural and man-made reservoirs. Topics include introduction to the finite element method; methods of approximations and variational methods; Rayleigh-Ritz method and Galerkin formulation; interpolation functions; truss, beam, plate, shell, and solid elements; stiffness matrix and assembly of element equations; application of finite element method in fluid and heat transfer problems; linear, nonlinear, and transient problems; numerical integration and methods of solving systems of equations for static and dynamic problems; and use of a finite element general-purpose commercial package. MATL 7996. 4 Hours. 4 Hours. ME 7275. IE 9996. Human Performance in Sociotechnical Systems. Topics include introduction to variational approach and energy methods applied to motions of deformable body in three dimensions; vibrations of distributed-parameters systems including strings, bars, shafts, beams, membranes, and plates. Specific degree requirements for each of these tracks can be found under the Program Requirements tab. Covers inspection error and design of sampling plans. BS, Civil Engineering BS, Civil Engineering and Architectural Studies BS, Environmental Engineering BS, Environmental Engineering and Landscape Architecture BS, Environmental Engineering and Health Science Accelerated BS & MS Programs Minor, Architectural Engineering Minor, Civil Engineering Communications Program. May be repeated up to two times. Examines the evolution of the learning organization and its role in the management of R&D and technology, the influence of the rapid changes in technology, and the globalization of the marketplace through group-oriented case studies. Requires work/training with a sponsoring organization or employer to improve a process or develop a project that is of significant value to the organization and demonstrates a quantifiable market impact while enhancing the student’s technological and engineering depth and fostering the student’s leadership development. 4 Hours. Includes an introduction to advanced topics: variable structure system control, adaptive control-system analysis and design, robust adaptive control, and optimal and digital control. IE 6600. Topics include formulation of steady- and unsteady-state one-dimensional and multidimensional heat conduction problems, solution techniques for linear problems including the method of separation of variables, Laplace transforms and integral transforms, approximate analytical methods, phase change problems, and nonlinear problems. Topics covered include the nucleation and growth of solids, the morphological stability of the solid/liquid interface, capillarity effects, cellular and dendritic solidification, effects of diffusion and convection, eutectic solidification, and the solidification of undercooled melts. Northeastern University's Master of Professional Studies in Informatics is designed for individuals working in healthcare, IT consulting, education, finance, manufacturing, and communications, and prepares IT professionals for management positions. 4 Hours. 0 Hours. Designed to study the fundamental concepts of quality planning and improvements. Requires knowledge of materials science. Our cutting-edge and vibrant doctoral programs include PhDs in industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, and an interdisciplinary PhD (housed in the College of Engineering). The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) offers comprehensive research and educational programs for students pursuing the Master of Science (MS) in Industrial Engineering. It calls for process changes to eliminate waste, shorten product delivery time, improve product quality, and curtail costs, while improving customer satisfaction. Offers an analysis of the purpose and functioning of organizations as the basic networks for achieving goals through coordination of effort, communication, and responsibility. Elasticity and Plasticity. The systems development life cycle is the framework for the course. IE 7374. Offers students an opportunity to demonstrate their development of a marketable technology product or prototype with a mechanical engineering focus and to produce a written documentary report on the project to the satisfaction of an advising committee. 4 Hours. The College of Professional Studies offers everyone the opportunity to take any course at the undergraduate and graduate level with just a few simple steps. The course work, along with participation in cocurricular professional development elements, earn the Graduate Certificate in Engineering Business. Topics include data reduction, data exploration, data visualization, concept description, mining association rules, classification, prediction, and clustering. The petition must clearly state the reason for taking the course; a brief description of goals; as well as the expected outcomes, deliverables, and grading scheme. Covers the stresses, strains, and displacements in general continuous media. Covers techniques for improvement of mechanical or functional properties, for reliability, or for operation in harsh environments. Computation and Visualization for Analytics. 4 Hours. ME 7245. We use data analytics for designing prognostics and preventive strategies for manufacturing operations. Studies and applies the Bernoulli equation and potential flow theory to external flow analyses and the theory of lift generation on airfoils. Offers topics of interest to the staff member conducting this class for advanced study. Introduces students to static and interactive visualization charts and techniques that reveal information, patterns, interactions, and comparisons by focusing on details such as color encoding, shape selection, spatial layout, and annotation. ME 7290. In addition to our Boston campus, some graduate programs are offered at regional campus locations. Examines recent techniques of economic analysis, especially the tools of decision making. Covers concepts in design and control of dynamical systems. An MS project must be petitioned to the MIE Graduate Affairs Committee and approved by both the faculty member (instructor for Master's Project) and the student's academic advisor. To earn a PhD, a student must complete an approved, rigorous program of advanced course work and submit and defend an original dissertation of independent research. 4 Hours. ENSY 5200. The integrated 32-semester-hour degree and certificate will require 16 semester hours of the industrial engineering core courses and 16 semester hours from the outlined business-skill curriculum. Requires graduate study in related field or permission of instructor. Special Topics in Industrial Engineering. Topics include the diffusion equations, mechanisms of diffusion in crystalline solids, random walk theory, ionic conduction, high-diffusivity paths, diffusional and nondiffusional phase transformations, and microstructural evolution in material processing. Introduces students to materials, devices, and mechanisms for clean and sustainable energy while providing a broad overview of energy storage and energy harvesting. Traditionally, mechanical engineers have designed and tested devices, such as heating and air-conditioning systems, machine tools, internal combustion engines, and steam power plants. The Writing Program is comprised of two required writing courses (First-Year Writing and Advanced Writing in the Disciplines), a university Writing Center, and an undergraduate writing journal, NU Writing. 4 Hours. Studies the semiconductor processes and advanced characterization theories. Also covers the parametric representations of curves, surfaces, solids, and features that are widely used in existing commercial CAD/CAM systems. Reviews the fundamental laws of thermodynamics and balance equations for mass, energy, exergy, and entropy. IE 7440. 4 Hours. IE 5640. In order for the program or concentration change request to be considered by the MIE Graduate Affairs Committee, the student must not be in the first semester of their current program, must have a 3.3 GPA, and have completed at least 8 semester hours of required course work in their sought program at Northeastern. IE 6200. Focuses on analysis, design, management, and control of health systems and processes that are necessary to provide clinical care. Offers students an opportunity to learn concepts, a kit of process improvement tools, implementation methods, and best practices for lean workforce development. Topics include software quality assurance, and study of the concepts of Deming, Ishikawa, Feigenbum, and Taguchi’s approach in quality planning, organization, and improvement. 4 Hours. Introduces concepts of industrial ecology, life cycle analysis, and sustainable development. These extensive programs and course work allow for the selection of a degree that meets a wide variety of personal and professional goals. Covers kinematics and dynamics of robot manipulators, including the development of kinematics equations of manipulators, the inverse kinematics problem, and motion trajectories. Focuses on critical thinking, problem diagnosis, estimation, statistical analysis, and data-based decision making. Marilyn L. Minus, PhD Materials Processing and Process Selection. Research Seminar in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. Highlights applications such as industrial processing, life sciences, and environmental remediation. An important part of studying abroad is ensuring that you are taking courses that will not only transfer back to Northeastern University but also go towards your degree. Experiential Project. Fundamentals of Combustion. The research advisor and co-advisor must serve as thesis readers. Unique Features. Students are given case studies to illustrate the complexity of implementing energy systems and are expected to complete a major project involving proposing an energy system. 0 Hours. Our research and teaching together are designed to develop IE practitioners who can work, innovate, and excel in a variety of businesses. MATL 6270. ME 5600. It is recommended that all new students attend orientation sessions held by the MIE department and the Graduate School of Engineering to acquaint themselves with the course work requirements and research activities of the department as well as with the general policies, procedures, and expectations. Discusses the key functions of healthcare operations management, such as patient and process flow, process improvement, facility layout, staffing and scheduling, capacity planning, and resource allocation. 0 Hours. I want to register for a course in the Khoury College of Computer Sciences or the D’Amore McKim School of Business. ME 5665. 2020-21 College of Professional Studies Undergraduate PDF The PS form may be modified at any time as the students progress in their degree programs. MATL 7350. ENSY 7442. Students must apply and be admitted to the Gordon Engineering Leadership Program in order to pursue this option. Gas Turbine Combustion. The program requires fulfillment of the 16-semester-hour curriculum required to earn the Graduate Certificate in Engineering Leadership, which includes an industry-based challenge project with multiple mentors. ENSY 5000. Topics include work, energy, heat, temperature, available energy, entropy, first and second law of thermodynamics, simple systems, closed and open systems, availability loss and irreversibility, heat engines, multicomponent systems, mixtures of gases, chemical reactions, and chemical equilibrium. Northeastern University. Kinetics of Phase Transformations. The EMT courses are through the College of Professional Studies, right? Examines financial statement ratio analysis along with the use of the capital asset pricing model as it relates to risk and return. ENSY 5700. PhD Candidacy Achieved. Offers students an opportunity to demonstrate their development of a marketable technology product or prototype with an industrial engineering focus and produce a written documentary report on the project to the satisfaction of an advising committee. 4 Hours. Requires equivalent course work if prerequisites are not met. Introduces a brief treatment of AI methods. Healthcare Systems Modeling and Analysis. Students in all master’s degree programs must complete a minimum of 32 semester hours of approved course work (exclusive of any preparatory courses) with a minimum grade-point average (GPA) of 3.000. Graduate Traineeship 1, Technical Writing and Communications. 4 Hours. Offers theoretical or experimental work under individual faculty supervision. Reviews hydro- and electromechanical equipment and civil structure. Topics include automation, or lack thereof, in existing power systems; generation; transmission; distribution; and smart grid definition. Industrial Engineering Leadership Challenge Project 1. Presents fundamental issues of successfully integrating and implementing energy systems. Working in groups in part III, students select and investigate a relevant, current topic in musculoskeletal biomechanics and present their findings to the class. Northeastern University myNortheastern • Find Faculty & Staff • Find A-Z • Emergency Information • Search 360 Huntington Ave., Boston, Massachusetts 02115 • 617.373.2000 • TTY 617.373.3768 4 Hours. An independent study must be petitioned and approved by the academic advisor. Advanced Finite Element Method. Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering. ME 5374. IE 6500. ENSY 5060. Complete 8 semester hours from the course list below. IE 5137. Structure, Properties, and Processing of Polymeric Materials. 4 Hours. Students enrolled in any of the MIE department programs or concentrations may change their current program or concentration no sooner than the beginning of their second full-time semester of study. Students should have some prior knowledge of materials science, electrochemistry, and/or semiconductor physics. Offers an advanced course in numerical methods applied to fluid flows with heat transfer. Topics include review of descriptive statistics and hypothesis testing, linear models, both regression and ANOVA. IE 5500. May be repeated without limit. Topics include review of finite element method; solution of linear and nonlinear algebraic problems; solution of dynamics problems; solution of contact problems using penalty and Lagrange multiplier methods; solution of nonlinear beams, plates, and shells; finite element formulations of solid continua including Lagrangian and updated Lagrangian formulations, material nonlinearities, and use of a commercially available finite element package. Cross-disciplinary activities, particularly between engineering and business students, are encouraged wherever possible. Offers a deep dive into the interdisciplinary field of materials science that addresses the discovery, design, and prediction of new materials, with an emphasis on solids. 4 Hours. For program contact information, please visit this website. Examines applications in the operation of public programs (e.g., public health systems, government programs) and public safety (e.g., security, emergency preparedness, and disaster response). Discusses classical, Bayesian, and median rank methods for analysis of components and systems reliability. Explores leverage and capital structure and international managerial finance in the examination of the overall financial policy decision-making process. Presents a balanced theory-practice focus and covers relational databases, NoSQL databases, data integration, data quality, data governance, big data, and data processing for analytics. ME 9000. Offers students an opportunity to conduct full-time research under faculty supervision. 4 Hours. Environmental Issues in Manufacturing and Product Use. diabetes, cancer, mental health, cardiovascular disease). Please see the Program Requirements tab on the top menu of this page for more information. Statistical Quality Control. Explores human, mathematical, entrepreneurial, managerial, and engineering aspects of project management. Also introduces analysis of variance. Examines design, fabrication, characterization of the PV modules, and different generations of solar cells and their properties. 4 Hours. Emphasizes the measurement of human behavior in complex human-machine interaction. Offers students an opportunity to obtain foundational knowledge of team performance and learn the practical application of principles to enable them to develop practical skills in managing engineering and other technical team development initiatives. Covers fundamentals of materials thermodynamics that encompass the first, second, and third laws, entropy, enthalpy, and free energy. Provides an introduction to microelectromechanical systems including principles of sensing and actuation, microfabrication technology for MEMS, noise concepts, and packaging techniques. Special Topics in Engineering Management. Focuses on the fundamental equations of convective heat transfer including heat transfer in incompressible external laminar boundary layers, integral boundary layer equations, laminar forced convection in internal flows, and turbulent forced convection in internal and external flows. ME 7442. Explores the fundamentals of fracture and failure of materials. Thesis Continuation. 4 Hours. Discusses surface and volume integrals, conservative vector fields, and surface flux. ME 5657. Introduces battery energy storage system sizing analysis and requirements for behind-the-meter and front-of-meter projects, as well as renewable portfolio standards and carbon analysis. Students pursuing study or research under the guidance of a faculty member can choose project option by taking Master’s Project (IE 7945). Focuses on kinematics and material functions for complex fluids; techniques of viscometry, rheometry, and linear viscoelastic measurements for such fluids; mathematical expressions and constitutive laws describing rich and complex behavior of complex fluids under different flow conditions; continuum mechanics frame invariance and convected derivatives for finite strain viscoelasticity; differential and integral constitutive equations for viscoelastic fluids; the roles of non-Newtonian behavior, linear viscoelasticity, and time- and rate-dependent properties of a wide range of fluids, from cells and saliva, to oil and polymers, with examples on normal stresses; elastic recoil; stress relaxation in processing flows; molecular theories for dynamics of complex fluids; and more. Offers theoretical or experimental work under individual faculty supervision. IE 7290. Requires work/training with a sponsoring organization or employer to improve a process or develop a project that is of significant value to the organization and demonstrates a quantifiable market impact while enhancing the student’s technological and engineering depth and fostering the student’s leadership development. Offers analytical and/or experimental work conducted under the direction of the faculty in fulfillment of the requirements for the degree. Mathematical Methods for Mechanical Engineers 2. 4 Hours. Presents and reviews fundamentals of calculus, such as limit, differentiation, integration, power series, vector spaces, and multivariable functions needed for thermodynamic analysis. 4 Hours. 1-4 Hours. Covers natural convection, heat transfer in high-speed flow, and transient forced convection. 4 Hours. Find Faculty & Staff • These courses cover topics including digital humanities theory and practice, digital literacy, text analysis, mapping, data visualizations, and text encoding. We use stochastic and simulation modeling to study environmental issues related to green manufacturing, product recovery, and end-of-life management. Focuses on responsible conduct of research, research misconduct (plagiarism, falsification, and fabrication), research ethics, and professional and personal development. Integrates aerodynamics of wind turbine design with the structures needed to support them. ME 7220. Offers students an opportunity to learn from sponsor feedback, review lessons learned, and incorporate suggestions from this review to improve and further develop their career development and professional plan. ME 5240. Working with a sponsor, students refine an applied research topic, perform research, develop recommendations that are shared with a partner sponsor, and create a plan for implementing their recommendations. Examines the equations for the transport of mass, momentum, and energy with chemically reacting gases. EMGT 5300. Independent Study. Topics include events, sample space, and discrete and continuous random variables; density functions, mass functions, cumulative probability distributions, and moment generating functions; expectation of random variables; common discrete and continuous probability distributions including binomial, Poisson, geometric, uniform, exponential, and normal; multivariate probability distributions, covariance, and independence of random variables; sampling and descriptive statistics; and parameter estimation, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing. Makes extensive use of active learning exercises and simulations, and case studies from different disciplines, to help students learn how lean principles are applied in manufacturing and also in less traditional areas such as knowledge work and healthcare systems. Students should contact the University registrar for more information about enrolling at Hebrew College. Wind Energy Systems. EMGT 5220. Printed Copy of Catalogs: A bound, printed copy of the Northeastern University catalogs (undergraduate, graduate, and College of Professional Studies undergraduate) may be purchased from NU Reprographics. The schedule of classes lists all of the classes that are available for registration in a specific term. 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