Graduates of the Industrial Engineering Department contribute to the growth of manufacturing and process industries through their technical expertise in creating innovative production processes and developing efficient facilities. The Bachelor of Industrial Engineering degree is known as BS (IEM) and is accredited by PEC (see PEC Schedule) and automatically qualifies the graduates for MS/MBA programs at IoBM. BS (IEM) graduates are given attractive exemptions from the equivalent courses of the foundation stage of the MBA Industrial Management program. Another outstanding feature is the provision of hands-on training facilities in industrial units on a continuous basis, which blends theory with practical experience. Each final year student is required to undergo 2 credit hours of internship of 6 to 8 weeks with a reputable engineering firm. This close collaboration increases job opportunities and accessibility to higher technical and managerial positions.

This program requires completion of 138 credit hours of course work, including 46 courses. Students graduating with a CGPA of 2.5 automatically qualify for the MBA program offered by IoBM. Students can also proceed further for postgraduate work in Industrial / Management Engineering at leading international schools. BS (IE&M) program is spread over 18 session per semester.

Required Courses

Accounting Communication Computer Science Human Resource Management General Sciences Management Information Systems Management
ACC101
Introduction to Financial Accounting
COM107
Academic English
COM205
Persuasive & Analytical Writing for Business Comm
CSC310
Computer Simulations
HRM301
Human Resource Management
GSC101
Physics
MIS104
Computer Programming and Graphics
MIS406
Operations Research
SCM301
Introduction to ERP Systems
MAN101
Principles of Management
MAN303
Production and Operations Management
ENGINEERING Marketing Statistics Religious Studies Mathematics Political Sciences
ENG101
Workshop Practices
ENG102
Engineering Mechanics
ENG103
Engineering Drawing
ENG105
Basic Industrial Engineering
ENG108
Introduction to Thermo-Fluids
ENG109
Industrial Chemistry
ENG201
Design of Machine Elements
ENG202
Production System Design
ENG203
Engineering Economics
ENG206
Manufacturing Process
ENG209
CAD/CAM Applications
ENG218
Metrology and Statistical Quality Control
ENG219
Industrial Maintenance and Safety
ENG220
Mechanics of Materials
ENG300
Electrical Technology and Instrumentation
ENG303
Production Planning and Control
ENG304
Automation and Robotics
ENG305
Work Study and Methods Engineering
ENG306
Basic Machine Design
ENG307
Basic Electronics
ENG403
Human Factor Engineering
ENG503
Project I
ENG504
Project II
MKT302
Marketing Management
STA204
Industrial Applications of Statistics
EEM412
Research and Survey Methodology
REL101
Islamic Studies
MTH202
Engineering Mathematics
MTH208
Differential Equation and Complex Variables
MTH403
Numerical Computing / Analysis
MTH406
Finite Element Analysis
PSC301
Pakistan Studies

Elective Courses

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT MATHEMATICS
ENG204
Plant Engineering
ENG216
Reliability Analysis
ENG401
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
ENG402
Manufacturing Strategies
ENG404
Tool Design
MAN405
Strategic Management
MAN501
Total Quality Management
MAN503
Supply Chain Management
MAN509
Logistics and Inventory Control
MTH406
Finite Element Analysis

 

Course Structure

SEMESTER ONE SEMESTER TWO SEMESTER THREE SEMESTER FOUR

Engineering Mathematics

Computer Programming and Graphics

Physics

Workshop Practices

Academic English

Islamic Studies

Introduction to Thermo-Fluids
Engineering Mechanics
Engineering Drawing
Industrial Chemistry
Persuasive & Analytical Writing for Bus. Com.
Diff. Equation and Complex Variables

Mechanics of Materials
Pakistan Studies
Design of Machine Elements
Principles of Management
Electrical Technology & Instrumentation
Basic Industrial Engineering

Industrial Applications of Statistics
Production System Design
Introduction to Financial Accounting
Basic Electronics
Introduction to ERP Systems
Human Factor Engineering

SEMESTER FIVE SEMESTER SIX SEMESTER SEVEN SEMESTER EIGHT

Production & Operations Management
Human Resource Management
Operations Research
Metrology & Statistical Quality Control
Marketing Management
Manufacturing Process

Basic Machine Design
Computer Simulations
CAD/CAM Applications
Engineering Economics
Numerical Computing / Analysis
Industrial Maintenance & Safety

Production Planning and Control
Research and Survey Methodology
Project I
Elective I
Elective II

Automation and Robotics
Work Study and Methods Engineering
Project II
Elective III
Elective IV