The Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering welcomes transfer students from Illinois community colleges. Students find it easy to continue their studies at NIU if they plan well. Therefore, following the course guidelines in this brochure while completing an Associate's in Science (A.S.) Degree is highly recommended (1). Students should always work closely with their community college advisor. Please contact the Natural and Applied Sciences Division at Joliet Junior College for more help in planning your academic career.
Courses at Joliet
|Equivalent courses at NIU|
|CIS||Programming in C||CSCI 240|
|ENG 101||Rhetoric||ENGL 103|
|ENG 102||Rhetoric||ENGL 104|
|MATH 170||Calculus with Analytic Geometry I||MATH 229|
|MATH 171||Calculus with Analytic Geometry II||MATH 230|
|MATH 172||Calculus with Analytic Geometry III||MATH 232|
|MATH 220||Differential Equations & Orthogonal Functions||MATH 336|
|CHEM 101||General Chemistry I||CHEM 210 + 212|
|PHYS 201||Engineering Physics I||PHYS 253|
|PHYS 202||Engineering Physics II||PHYS 273|
|EGR 201||Analytical Mechanics Statics||MEE 210 (Major debt will need to substitute for MEE 209, inquire at orientation)|
|EGR 202||Analytical Mechanics Dynamics||MEE 211 (Major debt will need to subsitute for MEE 209, inquire at orientation)|
|ECON 103 or 104||
Principles of Economics I (Macro)
Principles of Economics II (Micros)
|Economics 260 or 261|
|SPCH 101||Principles of Speech||Communications 100|
|Courses in Humanities/Fine Arts and Social/Behavioral Science as required.|
| Only A.A. and A.S. degrees satisfy NIU's general education requirements.|
It is recommended that two or three courses in Humanities/Social Sciences be taken at JJC and the rest at NIU. NIU's College of Engineering and Engineering Technology no longer requires sequences in Social Sciences and Humanities. Therefore, students only need to satisfy NIU's general education requirements.
When choosing general education/core competency courses please consult with your JJC advisor, verify general education requirements in the NIU Undergraduate Catalog, and check the Community College Articulation Tables for transferability.
Remaining classes to be taken at NIU's College of Engineering and Engineering Technology to earn a major in Industrial and Systems Engineering with an Emphasis in Manufacturing Systems.
|Engineering Circuit Analysis|
|Electronic Fundamentals/Electronic Fundamentals Lab|
|MEE 270||Engineering Graphics|
|ISYE 220||Engineering Economy|
|ISYE 250||Introduction to Lean Systems Engineering|
|ISYE 310||Work Measurement & Work Design|
|ISYE 334||Probability for Engineering|
|ISYE 335||Statistics for Engineering|
|ISYE 350||Principles of Manufacturing Processes|
|ISYE 370||Operations Research: Deterministic Models|
|ISYE 371||Operations Research: Probabilistic Models|
|ISYE 410||Human Factors Engineering|
|ISYE 430||Quality Control|
|ISYE 440||Production Planning & Control|
|ISYE 450||Lean Manufacturing Systems|
|ISYE 460||Facilities Planning & Design|
|ISYE 480||Simulation Modeling & Analysis|
|ISYE 495||Senior Design Project|
|UEET 101||Introduction to Engineering|
|* Satisfies social science general education requirement for NIU.|
Choose at least 9 semester hours from non-required industrial and systems engineering courses at the 300 or 400 level. The remaining 6 semester hours may be chosen from: non-required industrial and systems engineering 300 or 400-level courses or any 300 or 400-level courses in electrical engineering or mechanical engineering except MEE 330 and MEE 331 or from the following: ACCY 206, ACCY 207, ACCY 288, BIOS 311, COMS 302, COMS 361, ECON 301, ECON 361, ECON 386, MATH 240, MATH 360, MATH 380, MATH 434, MATH 435, MGMT 333, OMIS 351, OMIS 442, PSYC 345, PSYC 372, STAT 470, STAT 473, STAT 473A, STAT 474, STAT 478,. Other courses not shown in this list may be chosen with the consent of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
For more information on the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering write or call:
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
CEET EB 230
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115-2854
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For undergraduate application materials contact:
Office of Admissions
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115-2857
(800)892-3050 (toll-free in Illinois)
For more information on transfer programs at NIU contact:
Call (815) 753-0446 or (800) 892-3050 (toll free) and ask to speak with a Transfer Counselor.
Disclaimer: Although NIU attempts to accommodate the course requests of all students, some course offerings may be limited by financial, space, and staffing considerations, or may otherwise be unavailable. Nothing in this brochure may be construed to promise or guarantee registration in any course or course of study (whether required or elective), nor may anything be construed to promise or guarantee the completion of an academic program within a specific length of time. All degree requirements are subject to the provisions and notices in the NIU Undergraduate Catalog. Information in this brochure is valid through August 2012.