April 1, 2017 at 8:43 pm #2942
Entering my final year of undergrad and I was looking for some advice on which Human Factors elective to take. Currently looking at ISYE 515, does anyone have any recommendations on this course or suggestions of other ones to take?April 1, 2017 at 8:44 pm #2943
I’m also trying to decide between Acct IS 100 and Acct IS 300. I’ve heard that both courses are lots of busy work, but does anyone have experience with either course that can offer a recommendation?April 2, 2017 at 9:30 pm #2945CeciliaParticipantApril 2, 2017 at 10:08 pm #2946April 25, 2017 at 11:19 pm #2955JulianParticipant
Take 300. It’s a huge workload (assignments 3 days a week), but the class itself is very easy considering the exams are worth 10% each and all multiple choice.April 26, 2017 at 1:02 pm #2958April 27, 2017 at 3:09 am #2959Dhananjay PrahladkaParticipant
I do not know whether you are still looking for a human factors elective, but I am currently enrolled in ISyE 601 – Human computer interaction, for the fall semester. I have heard it is a really cool course especially if you are interested in computer science.May 3, 2017 at 11:08 am #2981Huimin OuParticipant
ISyE515 is definitely a great class to take. It is similar to senior design class. In ISyE515, you will work with a real company to do a six sigma project. In class, you will have workshops about different Six Sigma tools that you could use such as affinity diagram, interrelationship digraph and tree diagram. When you start your job search, ISyE515 project is something that you could discuss with your potential employer because you have learned so many six sigma tools and could solve real world problems.
ISyE615 (Production Systems Engineering) is also a great class to take if you might work in a manufacturing environment. It will teach you bottleneck analysis and continuous improvement for machines and buffers.
For human factor class, I know ISyE552 (Human Factors Design and Evaluation) is an interesting class. It is about how to use human factor ideas to build prototype and evaluate system flow.
For Accounting, I agree with Cecilia that Accounting 300 is better.April 30, 2018 at 5:57 pm #3646Honghan YeParticipant
I am taking 615 this semester. It is an interesting class and you will go to some plants and do a real project with them. The homework workload is not heavy.May 1, 2018 at 7:46 pm #3669Nate BuswellParticipant
Another class that you might want to consider is ISyE 575. This class is now only offered online during the summer but it is a great class which introduces a lot of statistical tools used in quality and process improvement. Specifically, it covers design of experiments and Minitab extensively which is useful if you are looking to go into a manufacturing/quality job.May 2, 2018 at 11:35 am #3681Zach DeGrooteParticipant
Another class I would recommend is ISyE 641: Design and Analysis of Manufacturing Systems. I am taking the course now, and while it is a graduate-level course, there are a few Senior undergraduates taking the course. It counts as a quantitative elective (if you’re not able to enroll in 512 or 575).
If you’re interested in manufacturing and lead time reduction, I would definitely recommend it!May 2, 2018 at 4:46 pm #3724Briggam KnottParticipant
Reply to Bryan Ritter
I would concur with everyone in here that accounting 300 is much better than 100. While still a lot of work, it is not unnecessarily hard like accounting 100 is set up to be.May 2, 2018 at 4:53 pm #3727Briggam KnottParticipant
If you’re going into a manufacturing setting after college, or something where there will need to be process monitoring, then I recommend ISyE 612 – Information Sensing and Analysis for Manufacturing Processes. It is a very challenging course, but the material you learn is fascinating. The class covers control charts and data monitoring processes I had no idea even existed, and find very applicable after a summer internship in manufacturing. ISyE 412 – Fundamentals of Industrial Data Analytics, is a class that introduces the challenge of handling big data. In 412 it also introduces a software called “Tableau”, which can do amazing things in terms of data presentation and helping find relationships and trends.December 3, 2018 at 1:48 am #4040AlejandroParticipant
I also recommend ISyE 515 since the professor has a lot of real experience and he has dealed with many commpanies so you can learn a lot about six sigma tools in a practical way.
Classes are mandatory because you have to do many workshops and you have also to do a project inside a real commpany to improve a process. You don’t need to do any exam if you are going class every day and doing all the homeworks.December 6, 2018 at 9:35 pm #4078Hao YuanParticipant
ISyE 515 is highly recommended. You will learn a lot of great tools to improve a process with a real client! Absolutely my favorite class so far just because the projects can make real impacts, 10 times better than other non-sense projects in other classes.
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