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Graduate Catalog 2019-2020College of Engineering and Computing 375Policies, Requirements, and RegulationsThe University, the University Graduate School, and theCollege of Engineering and Computing have a set ofguidelines to protect the student’s rights and to ensure atimely graduation. Students must become familiar with allUniversity, the University Graduate School, and College’sgraduate procedures. These procedures are described inthe University’s Student Handbook, this catalog and athttp://gradschool.fiu.edu.The programs, policies, requirements and regulationslisted in the catalog are continually subject to review toserve the needs of the University’s various stakeholders,including its students, and to respond to the mandates ofthe FIU Board of Trustees and the Florida Legislature.Changes may be made without advance notice.Florida International University and the College adhereto opportunity practices, which conform to all laws againstdiscrimination and are committed to non-discriminationwith respect to race, color, creed, age, handicap, sex,marital status, or nationality. Additionally, the University iscommitted to the principle of taking positive stepsnecessary to achieve the equalization of educational andemployment opportunities.College of Engineering and ComputingDismissal PolicyA student who has been dismissed from the University forthe first time may see the Graduate Program Director forthat department to begin the appeal procedure. TheDirector will determine if the student is eligible to appealthe dismissal or if there is a way to lift the dismissal. If thestudent is eligible, he or she must make an appointment tosee the department’s chairperson or associatechairperson. The student must bring a letter stating whenhe or she was dismissed the first time and what he or sheis going to do to ensure that he or she is not dismissed asecond time. If the chairperson determines that thestudent is worthy of reinstatement, he or she will prepareand sign a memo for the College Dean’s considerationstating the conditions for the student to be reinstated. Thestudent may be readmitted on academic probation uponthe approval of the Dean of the University GraduateSchool. If the student does not meet these conditions, heor she will be dismissed a second and final time from theprogram. The student must also sign an agreementstating that he or she understands that the department willnot allow a second reinstatement if the student isdismissed again.Any student who is dismissed a second time from FIUwill not be readmitted under any circumstances. Only afirst dismissal appeal is considered in the College ofEngineering and Computing, a second dismissal appealwill not be accepted.Department-Specific InformationFor additional information refer to your selecteddepartment in this catalog, or call the graduate programdirector of each department. As listed above.Other Important Contact InformationWebsite: lege of Engineering and ComputingGraduate Admissions(305) 348-7442(305) 348-7442Campus ResourcesCareer ServicesFinancial AidUniversity Graduate SchoolInternational Students and ScholarsServicesRegistrar’s OfficeScholarshipsTuition Waivers(305) 348-2522(305) 348-1281(305) 348-7000(305) 348-2455(305) 348-2421(305) 348-2320(305) 348-0349(305) 348-7000Enterprise and LogisticsEngineeringChin-Sheng Chen, Professor and Program DirectorShih-Ming Lee, Research Associate ProfessorKaren E. Schmahl, Research Associate ProfessorShabnam Rezapour, Assistant ProfessorAffiliated and Research FacultyPaul Bianco, Affiliated ProfessorSeema Pissaris, Affiliated ProfessorJesus Sanchelima, Affiliated ProfessorHussein Tavana, Affiliated ProfessorJavier Munoz, Affiliated ProfessorJ. Chris Ford, Affiliated ProfessorAlvaro Carreras, Affiliated ProfessorKate Sackman, Affiliated ProfessorMaster of Science in EngineeringManagementThe Master of Science in Engineering Management(MSEM) program develops future leaders of business andindustry in an engineering and technological environment.The program blends a carefully chosen mix of graduatecourses offered by the College of Engineering andComputing, the College of Business Administration, andthe College of Law. The MSEM program is designed tooffer a tailored degree for those engineers who would liketo advance to managerial positions and wish to acquirethe necessary knowledge and skills for success. TheMSEM program includes coursework that simulates abusiness environment where students learn and applyengineering tools, managerial theories, and best practicesto design and operate industrial systems. Students in theprogram are expected to acquire contemporaryengineering management theories and techniques, andsimultaneously build a solid technical foundation in achosen engineering track.Admission PoliciesThe applicant to the MSEM program must have abachelor’s degree in engineering or a closely related fieldfrom a regionally accredited institution with a minimum of“B” average in upper-level undergraduate work, or agraduate degree from an accredited institution. In addition,international graduate student applicants whose nativelanguage is not English are required to submit a score forthe Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or forthe International English Language Testing System(IELTS). A total score of 80 on the iBT TOEFL or 6.5overall on the IELTS is required. The applicant whoseGPA does not meet the minimum GPA requirement may

376 College of Engineering and Computingbe considered for conditional admission.For suchconsideration, the applicant must submit (1) three lettersof recommendation; (2) a resume including education,training, and employment history, practical and researchexperience (such as projects and publications), skills andother pertinent information; and (3) a statement ofobjective in which the applicant must clearly state his/herintended engineering track, in addition to otherinformation.Degree RequirementsThe MSEM program requires 30 credit hours of coursework including 9 credit hours of engineering managementcore courses, 9 credit hours of business electives and 12credit hours of approved graduate-level electives from anengineering track.Engineering Management Core CoursesStudents in the Engineering Management program arerequired to take three courses (9 credit hours) to build anengineering management foundation that includes ement,engineeringprojectmanagement,intellectual property issues, and business laws. The threecore courses are:EIN 5226Total Quality Management ForEngineers3ESI 6455Advanced Engineering ProjectManagement3LAW 5072Business Law and Intellectual Propertyfor Engineers and Entrepreneurs3Business ElectivesStudents in the program are required to take three courses(9 credit hours) to gain fundamental knowledge aboutmanagement functions that includes topics in accounting,finance, organizational behavior, leadership, marketing,and operations management.Additional businesselectives may be considered subject to the Director’sapproval. A suggested list of business elective courses isgiven below:ACG 6026Accounting for Managers3EIN 5359Industrial Financial Decisions3EIN 6160Management of Innovation andTechnology3EIN 6325Business Plan Development3FIN 6406Corporate Finance3FIN 6425Financial Management Policies3FIN 6487Financial Risk Management- FinancialEngineering3MAN 6209Organization Design and Behavior3MAR 6805Marketing Management3MAN 6830Organization Information Systems3MAN 6501Operations Management3MAN 6167Leadership in a Global Environment3Engineering TracksStudents in the Engineering Management program mustchoose an engineering track from any academic unit in theCollege of Engineering and Computing. Within a chosentrack, students are required to take four courses (12 credithours) that meet the program’s technical requirement.These engineering electives are designed to broaden anddeepen the students’ understanding of engineering andtechnology development in a chosen track. StudentsGraduate Catalog 2019-2020should have a proper educational background in order totake elective courses. Additional tracks and electivecourses may be available, subject to the approval of theEngineering Management program director.Biomedical Engineering TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.BME 5005Applied Biomedical EngineeringPrinciples3BME 5036Biotransport Processes3BME 5105Intermediate Biomaterials Science3BME 5316Molecular Bioprocess Engineering3BME 5340Introduction to CardiovascularEngineering3BME 5560Biomedical Engineering Optics3BME 5573Nanomedicine3BME 5505CEngineering Foundations of MedicalImaging Instrument3Computer Engineering TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.EEL 5718Computer Communication NetworkEngineering3EEL 5725Hardware Description Languages(VHDL or Verilog)3EEL 5757Real-Time DSP Implementations3EEL 6167VLSI Design3EEL 6253Computer Analysis of Power Systems 3EEE 6502Digital Signal Processing3EEL 6575Data Communications Engineering3EEL 6681Fuzzy System Design3Computer Science TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.CEN 5011Advanced Software Engineering3COP 5725Principles of Database ManagementSystems3COP 5614Operating Systems3COT 5310Theory of Computation I3COT 5407Introduction to Algorithms3Construction Management TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.BCN 5716Productivity in Construction3BCN 5626Construction Cost Analysis & Control3BCN 5645Construction Economic Analysis3BCN 5728Principles of Construction Scheduling 3BCN 5774Topics in International Construction3BCN 6775Decision & Risk Analysis in Construction 3BCN 6916Development in ConstructionTechnology3CCE 5505Computer Integrated Construction3Electrical Engineering TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.EEE 5425Introduction to Nanotechnology3

Graduate Catalog 2019-2020EEL 5171EEL 5500EEL 5501EEL 6219EEL 6261EEL 6443EEE 6502Advanced Systems TheoryDigital Communication Systems IDigital Communication Systems IIElectric Power QualityPower Systems EngineeringElectro-Optical Devices and SystemsDigital Signal ProcessingCollege of Engineering and Computing 3773333333Enterprise Systems TrackThis track is designed for students who have a careerinterest in management of operations at the entireenterprise level. Systems engineering tools andinformation technology are applied to planning, modeling,analysis, design, and implementation of contemporaryenterprise systems in any business sector. Students in thistrack are required to take four courses from the followinglist. Additional courses may be selected with approval ofthe program director.EGS 5620Enterprise Systems Configuration3EGS 5621Enterprise Systems Collaboration3EGS 5622Enterprise Systems Integration3EGS 5623Enterprise Systems Optimization3EIN 5346Logistics Engineering3EN 5367Design of Production Systems3EIN 6133Enterprise Engineering3EIN 6336Advanced Production Planningand Control3EIN 6345Inventory Control Systems3Engineering Entrepreneurship TrackThis track is designed for students who have a careerinterest in becoming an engineering entrepreneur whocreates jobs in new business ventures or becoming andengineering manager who manages innovation workingwithin a company. Students in this track are required totake four courses from the following list. Additionalcourses may be selected with approval of the programdirector.EGN 5550Risk Analysis in Business ConceptDevelopment for Engineers andEntrepreneurs3EGN 5644Commercializing Innovation3EGN 6436Manufacturing Process Design3EIN 5367Design of Production Systems3EIN 6105Technology Policies and Strategies3EIN 6160Management of Innovation andTechnology3EIN 6324Technology Entrepreneurship3EIN 6325Business Plan Development3EIN 6327Entrepreneurship and New VentureInitiation3EIN 6329Advanced Engineering Business PlanDevelopment3EIN 6392Product Design for Manufacturabilityand Automation3Environmental Engineering TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list with the approval of the GraduateProgram Director and after meeting prerequisiterequirements. Additional courses may be selected withapproval of the program director.ENV 5406Water Treatment Systems and Design 3ENV 5517Design of Wastewater Treatment Plants 3ENV 5666Water Quality Management3CWR 5235Open Channel Hydraulics3CWR 5125ENV 5104ENV 5105ENV 5347ENV 5126ENV 5127ENV 5356ENV 5027ENV 5335ENV 5008ENV5007ENV 5519ENV 6045ENV 6070ENV 6614Groundwater HydrologyIndoor Air QualityAir Quality ManagementWaste IncinerationParticulate Air Pollution ControlGaseous Air Pollution ControlSolid and Hazardous WasteBiomediation ProcessesAdvanced Hazardous Waste TreatmentProcessesAppropriate Technologies forDeveloping CountriesEnvironmental PlanningChemistry for Environmental EngineersEnvironmental ModelingGreen EngineeringEnvironmental Impact Assessment333333333333333Information Technology TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.CIS 5027Computer Systems Fundamentals3CIS 5372Fundamentals of Computer Security3CEN 5087Software and Data Modeling3COP 5725Principles of Database ManagementSystems3TCN 5030EGS 5620EGS 5621EGS 5622EGS 5623EIN 6117EIN 6133ESI 5602ESI 6601Computer Communications andNetworking TechnologyEnterprise Systems ConfigurationEnterprise Systems CollaborationEnterprise Systems IntegrationEnterprise Systems OptimizationAdvanced Industrial InformationSystemsEnterprise EngineeringEngineering Data Representation andModelingData Warehousing and Mining333333333Logistics Engineering TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.EIN 5346Logistics Engineering3EIN 5367Design of Production Systems3EIN 6133Enterprise Engineering3EIN 6336Advanced Production Planning andControl3EIN 6345Inventory Control Systems3ESI 5522Simulation Models of EngineeringSystems3ESI 5010CForecasting and Demand Management 3ESI 6316Applications of OR in Manufacturing3ESI 6470Stochastic Optimization3Mechanical Engineering TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.EGM 5346Computational Engineering Analysis3EGM 5354Finite Element Methods Applications inME3EGM 5615Synthesis of Engineering Mechanics3EGM 6422Advanced Computational Engineering

378 College of Engineering and ComputingEML 5103EML 5152EML 5505EML 5509EML 5530EML 5606CEML 5709EML 6725AnalysisIntermediate ThermodynamicsIntermediate Heat TransferSmart Machine Design andDevelopmentOptimization AlgorithmsIntermediate CAD/CAEAdvanced Refrigeration and ACSystemsIntermediate Fluid MechanicsComputational Fluid DynamicsGraduate Catalog 2019-2020333333333Operations Management of Orthotics and ProstheticsTrackStudents in this track must take six credit hours of EGN6940 Graduate Internship – Orthotics and ProstheticsClinical Rotation or I&SE Internship (EIN 6940), andadditionally are required to take at least six credit hours ofcourses from the following list. Additional courses may beselected with approval of the program director.EGN 5435Product Modeling3EGS 5620Enterprise Systems Configuration3EGN 6436Manufacturing Process Design3EGN 6438Manufacturing Engineering3EGN 6940Graduate Internship - Orthotics andProsthetics Clinical Rotation1-6EIN 6133Enterprise Engineering3EIN 6160Management of Innovation andTechnology3EIN 6324Technology Entrepreneurship3EIN 6336Advanced Production Planning andControl3EIN 6392Product Design for Manufacturabilityand Automation3Production and Manufacturing TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.EGN 5540Quality and EH&S ManagementSystems3EGN 6436Manufacturing Process Design3EIN 5332Quality Engineering3EIN 5367Design of Production Systems3EIN 6336Advanced Production Planning andControl3EIN 6345Inventory Control Systems3EIN 6392Product Design for Manufacturabilityand Automation3ESI 5010CForecasting and Demand Management 3Risk and Disaster Management TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.BCN 5588Vulnerability Analysis3BCN 5589Hazard Mitigation3ENV 6614Environmental Risk Assessment3FIN 6487Financial Risk Management- FinancialEngineering3PHC 6251Disaster and Emergency Epidemiology 3MAN 6706Crisis Management3MAP 6630Numerical Analysis in Risk Analysis andManagement3MAP 6635Risk Analysis and Management I3MAP 6636Risk Analysis and Management II3Structural/Wind/Construction TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following four groups (one per group) with theapproval of the Graduate Program Director and aftermeeting prerequisite requirements. Additional coursesmay be selected with approval of the program director.Group 1CCE 5035CCE 5036Construction Engineering Management 3Advanced Project Planning for CivilEngineers3Group 2CES 5106EGM 5421Advanced Structural AnalysisStructural Dynamics33Group 3CES 5715CES 5606CES 6706EGN 5439Prestressed Concrete DesignAdvanced Structural Steel DesignAdvanced Reinforced Concrete DesignDesign of Tall Buildings3333Group 4CEG 5065CEG 6105Geotechnical DynamicsAdvanced Foundations Engineering33Systems Engineering TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.EGN 5540Quality and EH&S ManagementSystems3EIN 5332Quality Engineering3EIN 5346Logistics Engineering3EIN 5367Design of Production Systems3EIN 6133Enterprise Engineering3EIN 6336Advanced Production Planning andControl3EIN 6345Inventory Control Systems3EIN 6357Advanced Engineering Economy3EIN 6940Industrial and Systems EngineeringInternship3ESI 5010CForecasting and Demand Management 3ESI 5522Simulation Models of EngineeringSystems3ESI 6316Applications of OR in Manufacturing3ESI 6440Integer Programming3ESI 6470Stochastic Optimization3ESI 6524Advanced Industrial Systems Simulation 3ESI 6546Network Flow Analysis3Telecommunications TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.TCN 5010Telecommunications Technology andApplications3TCN 5030Computer Communications andNetworking Technologies3TCN 5060Telecommunications Software andMethodologies3TCN 5640Telecommunications EnterprisePlanning and Strategy3TCN 6210Telecommunications Network Analysisand Design3TCN 6430Network Management and Control

Graduate Catalog 2019-2020TCN 6450TCN 6880StandardsWireless Information SystemsTelecommunications Public PolicyDevelopment and StandardsCollege of Engineering and Computing 379333Transportation Engineering TrackStudents in this track are required to take four coursesfrom the following list. Additional courses may be selectedwith approval of the program director.TTE 5205Advanced Highway Capacity Analysis 3TTE 5215Fundamentals of Traffic Engineering3TTE 5607Transportation Demand Analysis3TTE 5805Advanced Geometric Design ofHighways3TTE 6257Traffic Control Systems Design3TTE 6506Mass Transit Planning3CGN 5320GIS Applications in Civil andEnvironmental Engineerin