0 Hours. Students enrolled in a master's degree have the opportunity to also pursue one of the many engineering graduate certificate options in addition to or in combination with the MS degree. Students work in teams to analyze case studies of specific products fabricated using metals, ceramics, polymers, or paper. Students must apply and be admitted to the Galante Engineering Business Program in order to pursue this option. Discusses case studies requiring substantial class participation to uncover practical aspects of project development. … Integrates aerodynamics of wind turbine design with the structures needed to support them. Explores the various energy storage technologies, their working, and their practical applications. 4 Hours. IE 7374. Covers writing and preparation tips for technical papers. Recitation for IE 5617. Fundamentals of Thermal Science 1. ENSY 5600. 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. Industrial Engineering Leadership Challenge Project 1. 0 Hours. Examines application of dislocation theory to microplasticity, dynamic recovery and recrystallization, strengthening mechanisms, and high-temperature deformation. Lean thinking is imperative for organizations aspiring to stay competitive in global markets. Introduces students to materials, devices, and mechanisms for clean and sustainable energy while providing a broad overview of energy storage and energy harvesting. Emphasizes that successful implementation of energy systems requires both a technical and an economic solution. Emphasizes analytical techniques in conduction and radiative transfer. For example, our supply chain resilience research is trying to understand and mitigate persistent drug shortages in the United States. 0 Hours. Permission of instructor required for undergraduate students. Also discusses issues relating to PV systems, economics, and sustainability. 4 Hours. Constitutes the first half of a thesis-scale project in technology commercialization. May be repeated without limit. Students pursuing study or research under the guidance of a faculty member can choose project option by taking Master’s Project (IE 7945). Explores decisions under uncertainty. General Thermodynamics. 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. Special Topics in Engineering Management. Discusses data mining applications in several areas, including manufacturing, healthcare, medicine, business, and other service sectors. Introduces and reviews thermodynamic properties such as temperature, pressure, energy, enthalpy, and entropy. Discusses mass, energy, and entropy balance relations as well as conversion devices, such as turbine, compressors, pumps, valves, and energy exchangers. Topics include the history and evolution of gas turbine engines, thermodynamic cycles, conventional and alternative aviation fuels, combustion fundamentals, fuel injection and atomization, advanced wall cooling techniques, mechanisms of combustion noise and approaches to noise control, and design and performance for ultra-low emissions. Multiscale Flow and Transport Phenomena. Complete 8 semester hours from the course list below. Explores environmental and economic aspects of different materials used in products throughout the product life cycle. MATL 7365. Offers optional modules on grant proposal preparation, academic career preparation, faculty and professional jobs search, research and teaching statements preparation, how to become an effective teacher, mentorship, entrepreneurship, and industry insights and real-world experiences. IE 7280. Introduces other driving forces and transport processes relevant to microscale flows, such as surface tension (capillarity) and electrokinetics. Focusing on societal applications, offers students an opportunity to discover how to incorporate public objectives and characteristics of large systems in the development of models and policies. ME 7310. ME 5374. Systems Engineering in Public Programs. 2 Hours. Focuses on the different types of phase transformations that occur in materials in relation to theory and practice. Focuses on topics of practical importance in applications of fluid mechanics to external flows over bodies. Find A-Z • Examines recent techniques of economic analysis, especially the tools of decision making. Offers a variety of opportunities to practice and demonstrate comprehension and learning. EMGT 7996. Explores economic modeling and analysis techniques for selecting alternatives from potential solutions to an engineering problem. ME 5659. Permission of instructor required for undergraduate students. EMGT 6600. The program requires the applicant to have earned or be in a program to earn a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Northeastern University. 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. Examines financial statement ratio analysis along with the use of the capital asset pricing model as it relates to risk and return. Fundamentals of Nanostructured Materials. Makes a study of the economics of a domestic water and/or space heating system using f-chart analysis. Elasticity and Plasticity. Covers the mechanics of plates using classical theory (cylindrical bending, rectangular plates, and circular plates) and plate theory with shear deformation. Recent healthcare applications include improvements in scheduling, readmissions, cost reductions, cancer care, and health services planning. Graduate Traineeship 1, Technical Writing and Communications. 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. IE 8960. Please disable your ad-blocker to see all the content on this site. Topics include hardware and software concepts, generic structure of CAD/CAM software and its modules, and CAD/CAM database structure. 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. Topics include an introduction to the Independent System Operator New England and generation markets; site selection and layout development; tilt and orientation calculations; shading analysis and interrow spacing requirements; energy production modeling; solar string designs; DC/AC ratios; National Electrical Code requirements/compliances; and wind load analysis. Other topics include the principles of sintering in the absence and presence of liquid, advanced materials processing by rapid-solidification powder metallurgy, and the processing and structures of advanced ceramics. Some courses listed for this program are offered in the College of Engineering or the College of Computer and Information Science. Designed to help students understand why and how team skills are critical to organizational success, learn how to use team skills to more effectively achieve engineering and technical goals as well as to organize and influence others to work more effectively, and to apply cognition to develop higher-performing teams. 4 Hours. 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. Covers types of wind turbines, their components, and related analyses; airfoil aerodynamics; concepts of lift, drag, pitching moment, circulation, angle of attack, and stall; laminar and turbulent boundary layers and separation concepts; fundamental conservation equations; Bernoulli’s, Euler’s, and Navier-Stokes equations and their applications; Betz limit; computational fluid dynamics and its application for flow over typical airfoils; compressibility and elements of one-dimensional gas dynamics; wind resource; wind climatology and meteorological data; turbine tower and structural engineering aspects of turbines; vibration problems; aeroelastic phenomena in turbines; small wind turbines and vertical axis wind turbines; and introduces environmental and societal impacts and economic aspects. Uses spreadsheet tools to model and solve simulation and optimization problems. Covers the theory and applications of neural networks in engineering. Covers fundamentals of Lyapunov theory and stability analysis as well as nonlinear feedback control systems using the Lyapunov method. 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. We use stochastic and simulation modeling to study environmental issues related to green manufacturing, product recovery, and end-of-life management. EMGT 5220. IE 5390. MATL 6285. 4 Hours. 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. Focuses on advanced techniques for solving engineering problems with the finite element method. ENSY 5400. All nonthesis students are advised by the faculty advisor designated for their respective concentration or program. 4 Hours. 4 Hours. Focuses on analysis, design, management, and control of health systems and processes that are necessary to provide clinical care. 4 Hours. The research advisor must be a full-time or jointly appointed faculty. ENSY 5000. Constitutes the first half of a thesis-scale project in technology commercialization. Draws from various textbooks and from seminal scientific journal articles that paved the new era of nanomaterials and nanotechnology in the past couple of decades. 4 Hours. Presents applications such as mass properties calculations, assemblies, mechanical tolerancing, simulation, finite element mesh generation, process planning and CAPP, CNC part programming, and Web-based CAD/CAM. Considers the design of air heating systems and the storage of the collected energy by a pebble bed, and considers elements of heater exchanger design. ME 5685. Begins with an overview of momentum, energy, and mass transport phenomena, emphasizing microscale phenomena such as the slip flow regime. Computational Fluid Dynamics with Heat Transfer. 0 Hours. Considers measures of merit, such as present worth, annual worth, rate of return, and benefit/cost techniques. More Details. The mission of the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering is to educate persons for professional and technical excellence; to perform research to advance the science and practice of engineering; to engage in service activities that advance the department, the university, and the profession; and to instill in ourselves and our students habits and attitudes that promote ethical behavior, professional responsibility, and careers that advance the well-being of society. Topics include vector and tensor calculus; definitions of stress, strain, and deformation; kinematics of a continuous medium; material derivatives; rate of deformation tensor, finite strain, and deformation; Eulerian and Lagrangian formulations; geometric measures of strain; relative deformation gradient, rotation, and stretch tensors; compatibility conditions; general principles; conservation of mass; momentum principles; energy balance; constitutive theories of materials (i.e., heat conduction, fluid mechanics, elastic solids, nonlinear elasticity, inelastic deformation of solids); variational principles; introduction to the nonlinear finite element formulations for solids, such as nonlinearities in solid mechanics, governing equations (strong form and weak form), finite element approximation, Newton-Raphson method, Lagrangian finite elements (total and updated Lagrangian approaches), and solution procedure. Students may complete a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering in addition to earning a Graduate Certificate in Engineering Leadership. Mechanical Behavior and Strengthening Mechanisms. IE is applied in many areas, including healthcare systems, supply chains, logistics and transportation engineering, manufacturing, sustainability, resilient systems, energy systems, and human-in-the loop systems. PhD Candidacy Achieved. Mechanics of Contact and Lubrication. 4 Hours. Studies principles of the methods of risk assessment and reliability analysis including fault trees, decision trees, and reliability block diagrams. Engineering Probability and Statistics. Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Energy Systems. 4 Hours. Discusses fundamental aspects of the solidification of metals and alloys in both conventional and advanced solidification processing. Unique Features. 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. Intelligent Manufacturing. Search, 360 Huntington Ave., Boston, Massachusetts 02115 • 617.373.2000 • TTY 617.373.3768 © 2020-2021 Northeastern University. 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. MATL 6290. Course assignments may be at both the undergraduate and graduate levels within the department with primary emphasis on dynamics, vibrations, mechanical vibrations, flight mechanics, aircraft design, combustion, turbulence, aerodynamics, and other similar courses. 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. Students may pursue any program either on a full-time or part-time basis; however, certain restrictions may apply. 4 Hours. Financial Management for Engineers. 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. 1-4 Hours. Independent Study. Today, they also play primary roles in the development of new technologies in a variety of fields—energy conversion, solar energy utilization, environmental control, prosthetics, transportation, manufacturing, robotics, and new-materials development. Working in groups in part III, students select and investigate a relevant, current topic in musculoskeletal biomechanics and present their findings to the class. Computation and Visualization for Analytics. 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. 1-4 Hours. A graduate degree or certificate from Northeastern—a top-50 university—can accelerate your career through rigorous academic coursework and hands-on professional experience in the area of your interest. MATL 7978. Materials Processing and Process Selection. MATL 7360. 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. ME 5620. 4 Hours. Fundamentals of Advanced Materials. May be repeated without limit. Major Gifts Officer, Harvard University Kennedy School (2003-2006) Associate, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University (2004-present) Taught courses in history, international relations, writing, and religion at Bentley, Tufts, and Brandeis. Covers fundamental knowledge and skills for using structured data analytics for IE applications. 4 Hours. 4 Hours. 4 Hours. Offers students an applied project setting in which to apply their curricular learning. IE 7440. 4 Hours. ENSY 5200. Continues ENSY 7440, a thesis-scale project in technology commercialization. 4 Hours. 4 Hours. 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