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  • #7386
    Tate Riordan
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    What was the most useful and most interesting IE electives you have taken at UW?

    #7406
    Aidan Smith
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    A little of topic but my favorite non IE elective had to be African 100, it was very interesting learning about new culture and the professor was very knowledgeable.

    #7452
    Alec Jacobson
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    I really think 412 is a great elective. It has flexibility for different requirements, the exams are very fair and straightforward, and you get to learn R code and Tableau. R code is kind of boring but a very useful tool in many different situations, and Tableau is very fun to use.

    #7464
    Michael Kemnitz
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    I agree with Alec. I think ISyE 412 was my favorite ISyE elective I took during my undergrad. I used it as my Quantitative Methods technical elective and I found the class both very interesting and useful. My favorite thing I learned in that class was Tableau. The skills you learn are extremely useful.

    #7508
    William Wirono
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    Apart from 412, I think 549 is also a good one. It takes human factors engineering into more depth from what you learn in 349. On top of that, Prof. Silber is a really great professor. She knows her students really well.

    #7515
    James Eberle
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    I really like ISYE 516 which is an elective about decision analysis.

    #7622
    Jacob Wang
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    I really enjoyed ISYE 555 Human performance and accident causation. You get to analyze aviation accidents and see how engineering tools have drastically increased the safety of modern day aircrafts.

    #7629
    Conner Boldt
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    I agree with previous replies that 412 is a great elective.  ISyE 517 was also a great elective if you are interested in the health care field.  You learn about how an Industrial Engineer can benefit hospitals using different decision analysis tools.

    #7645
    Chris
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    I enjoyed ISyE 601 “Data Science for People” with Prof. John Lee.

    #7655
    Saranya Putrevu
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    ISYE 662 is a very interesting elective that discusses designing for disabilities.

    #7676
    Adrian
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    ISYE 601 was a great class for me to learn how to apply techniques to promote efficient and replicable model development. I also learned how read, transform and visualize data with R.

    #7950
    Nate
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    To fulfill an engineering science credit, I took BSE 367 Renewable Energy Systems. I took it over the summer, and it was a very interesting course. Not only did I learn about the physics and chemistry behind multiple different renewable energy sources, but I also learned about the economics of each source (deciding whether a source is economically feasible). The course was also self-paced with no synchronous lectures. I highly recommend taking this course if you are interested in renewable energy.

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