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Courses for Industrial and Systems Engineering

  • This course introduces the fundamentals of venture capital, its operation strategy, along with practical details of running venture capital. Students will learn to understand financial aspects of venture companies and factors to its success. Furthermore, this course offers an opportunity to build a basis to develop as venture capitalists.
    * 본 수업은 한국어 강의로 진행됩니다.

  • This course teaches fundamentals of modeling and simulation to undergraduate students with ISysE major. To gain first-hand experience of modeling and simulation, students will learn to use a commercial simulation software package, Arena, and conduct a term project.
  • The
    job of planning, implementing, and overseeing the funds of an individual
    investor or an institution is referred to as portfolio management. The purpose
    of this course is to describe the process of portfolio management
    and optimization techniques employed for portfolio management. We will study topics
    relevant to portfolio management including but not limited to: traditional
    portfolio selection, asset pricing, stock analysis, equity
    and bond derivatives,
    and stock
    and bond portfolio management strategies. In addition, we will implement various financial optimization techniques
    in Matlab.

  • It is an introductory course on manufacturing processes, systems, and process innovation methods. The course aims to 1) provide a broad understanding on manufacturing industry, 2) expose students to manufacturing processes and automated systems in major manufacturing industries, and 3) introduce practical process innovation methods being used in industry. Accompanied with lectures are lab practices involving software systems (CAD).
  • IE361 is an entirely hand-on project-based class of HCI design. Students are
    exposed to both principles and practice of designing and implementing a software
    system with strong perspective of human-computer interaction. Students will work
    in teams for all the works of designing, implementing, and class presentation.
    In the process, the techniques and tools for visualizing problem structures and
    information, aiding human cognitive tasks, and combining human and machine
    intelligence are acquired. Examination of design ideas and progress will proceed
    through intense class discussion.
  • Today enterprises must quickly adapt to disruptive changes in market, technology and competition environments. They must continually change their business strategy and develop new products and services. Business transformations required to support such changes most often are enabled by software systems. This course provides theoretic foundation and engineering skills required to develop business models (including process models, information models, use case models and user experience models), as well as software models to implement those business models. Global standard modeling languages, heuristics, patterns and tools are taught. After successfully completing this course, students will possess a strong foundation to become a leading business analyst, innovator or methodologist in the global industry.

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