Feb 24, 2024  
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Industrial and Systems Engineering


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https://ise.utk.edu

John E. Kobza, Head
Mingzhou Jin, Associate Head
James Ostrowski, Director of Graduate Studies

Professors
Jin, M. (John D. Tickle Professor), PhD – Lehigh
Kobza, J.E., PhD, PE – Virginia Tech
Li, X. (Dan Doulet Faculty Fellow), PhD – Arizona State
Ostrowski, J. (Dan Doulet Faculty Fellow), PhD – Lehigh
Sawhney, R.S. (Heath Faculty Fellow in Business and Engineering), PhD – Tennessee
Yu, A., PhD – Louisiana State

Associate Professors
Khojandi, A., PhD – Pittsburgh

Assistant Professors
Herrman, R., PhD – Memphis
Hwangbo, H., PhD – Texas A&M
Medal, H., PhD – Arkansas
Shi, Z., PhD – Peking University
Yao, B. (Dan Doulet Early Career Assistant Professor), PhD – Pennsylvania State

Other Faculty and Staff
Blache, K., PhD – Wayne State
Barkan, M., PhD – Moscow State Technical University
Costa, J., PhD – Newark College
Finke, D., PhD – Pennsylvania State
Jackson, D., PhD – Tennessee
Knight, L., MS – Tennessee
Kress, R., PhD – Arizona
Mao, J., PhD – Chinese Academy of Sciences
Null, G., PhD – Texas Tech
Omitaomu, O., PhD – Tennessee
Ostrowski, F., MS – East Carolina
Perumalla, K., PhD – Georgia Tech
Richards, H., PhD – UNC Greensboro
Simonton, J.L. (UTSI), PhD – Texas Tech
Vlok, P., PhD – University of Pretoria

Major, Degrees
Engineering Management Major, MS 
Industrial Engineering Major, MS   
    Automotive Manufacturing Concentration
  Engineering Management Concentration
  Systems Engineering Concentration
Dual MS-MBA Program, Industrial Engineering - Business Administration   
Industrial Engineering Major, PhD  
  Energy Science and Engineering Concentration 
Reliability and Maintainability Engineering Major, MS    
  Industrial Engineering Concentration
Graduate Certificates
  Engineering Management Graduate Certificate   
  Reliability and Maintainability Engineering Graduate Certificate  


The Departmental Graduate Committee is responsible for administering, promoting, and advancing the general well-being of the graduate program. Departmental actions regarding a graduate student may be appealed in writing, first to the departmental graduate committee and then to the departmental faculty.

 

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