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Industrial Engineering

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Introduction
Industrial systems involves in the production and manufacturing industry, information and communication industry, transportation and distribution industry, medical industry, and financial industry. Due to growing competition and the continual progression of the technology around the globe, today’s industrial systems are becoming more complex with greater integration among humans, equipment, information and financial resources. In order to maintain a competitive edge in the industrial field, it is essential to harmonize the various aspects of industrial systems. The School of Industrial Engineering at the University of Ulsan aims to teach and research on how to efficiently design, operate, and improve these various systems by utilizing the engineering methodology and technique.

Industrial Engineering is a very attractive and promising area of study in today’s global and digital society. Industrial Engineering is a unique academic discipline requiring broad understanding of both management and production. At the University of Ulsan, we are dedicated to provide in-depth education and excellent research experience. In addition, the Graduate School of Industrial Engineering provides practical knowledge and experience to students based on classes and cooperative research between our university and companies. In this way, our program provides competent engineers in the areas of production systems, logistics, automation, information technology, service management systems, and human engineering.

1) Production Management: This area focuses on optimizing the plan, management, and design of production systems in order to improve competition of industrial systems on the basis of engineering and management knowledge.

Related courses: Statistics for Engineering, Quality Management, Production Process Management, Cost Management, Economic Engineering, Management Science, Logistics Management, Facilities management, TOC Management, Supply Chain Management, Service Management, CEO Course, Consulting Methodology, and Simulation training.

2) Information Management: This area focuses on designing and utilizing the information systems needed for the effective operation of industrial systems.

Related courses: Understanding and Application of Computers, Programming Language, Information and Communications, Database, Analysis and Design of Information System, ERP, Electronic Commerce, Data Mining, Business Process Management, and Product Information System Theory.

3) Safety Management: This area deals with industrial safety to control industrial accidents and occupational diseases in manufacturing companies.

Related course: Safety Engineering, Human Factors and Ergonomics, Industrial Organization Psychology, Production Control, Product Liability.
Educational objectives
Industrial Engineering is an academic discipline that contributes to improving productivity by systematically analyzing, designing, improving, and operating synthetic systems composed of humans, materials, financial resources, and information. The Graduate School of Industrial Engineering aims to foster both competent engineers who will contribute to academic development and professional managers who have analytical skills and planning ability.

1. Broaden and deepen knowledge and understanding
Industrial Engineering mainly involves what is directly related to production system, but our program expands its range into efficient factory management, quantitative business management, and ergonomic design of products. This is done by preparing graduate students to creatively adapt to various fields of work with well-rounded training in not only mathematical techniques needed for industrial planning and general management, but related disciplines including computers, applied mathematics, statistics, business administration, and economics.

2. Cultivate field adaptation ability
By field oriented education and research, graduate students can readily adapt to work in various fields with deep knowledge on Industrial Engineering.

3. Establish the right attitude and values
By encouraging students to have a challenge and dedicated attitude towards Industrial Engineering, graduate students can establish the attitudes and values of professionals who will contribute to the local and global development of the engineering field and to their success in career after graduation.
Educational content
Article 1 (Research credits)
For the Master’s Program, research credits can be acquired in the last semester with the maximum of 3 credits.
For the Doctoral Program, research credits can be acquired during the last two semesters with the maximum of 6 credits.

Article 2 (Seminar credits)
The maximum seminar credits for the Master’s and Doctoral programs are 3.

Article 3 (Qualification Exam for Graduation)
1. The number of subjects for this exam will be a minimum of 3 for the Master’s program and 4 for the Doctoral program.

2. The candidates in Master’s and Doctoral programs who have an official record of their TOEIC score (above 700, the score set by the department) or an equivalent score in TOEFL or TEPS will be exempt from foreign language exams.

Article 4 (Publication Requirement and Dissertation Defense for Graduation)
1. Requirements for submitting Master’s Degree Dissertation: Published more than one paper in an academic conference or journal.

2. Requirements for submitting Doctoral Degree Dissertation: Published more than two papers with similar content to the dissertation in the journal listed in the KCI (or KCI candidate), or one paper in an international journal listed in the SCI or SCIE.

3. The paper accepted for publication can also be regarded as published.

4. Defense presentation
1) Master’s degree: The dissertation defense will be conducted after completion of the 3rd semester.

2) Doctoral degree: After completion of the 4th semester, graduate students can present their research plan for the dissertation. After the following semester, they can do the final presentation for their degree.

3) Members of the Dissertation Examination Committee: Members of the dissertation committee are recommended by the advisor and approved by the department.

5. Additional matters regarding dissertation defense not specified in this regulation are to be discussed and determined in the department meeting.

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