May 25, 2024  
2021-2022 SDSM&T Academic Catalog 
2021-2022 SDSM&T Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, BS

Contact Information

Dr. Jeffrey C. Woldstad
Professor and Head
Department of Industrial Engineering
LIB 148
(605) 394-2628


Professors Kerk and Woldstad; Associate Professors Jensen and Piper; Assistant Professors Dubey, Guo and Na; and Professor Emeritus Kellogg.


Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (BS) is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,

IENG Flowchart  

Industrial Engineering Curriculum/Checklist

Students are responsible for checking with their advisors for any program modifications that may occur after the publication of this catalog.

Freshman Year

First Semester

Total: 16

Second Semester

Total: 15

Sophomore Year

First Semester

Total: 17

Second Semester

Total: 18

Junior Year

First Semester

Total: 17

Second Semester

Total: 17

Senior Year

First Semester

Total: 15

Second Semester

Total: 15

130 credits required for graduation

Curriculum Notes

IENG 431/531  (Industrial Hygiene) may be substituted during a second semester.

Fulfills General Education requirement. Students should consult the “General Education Requirements ” section of this catalog for a complete listing of all general education requirements.

Students planning to apply for the accelerated master’s degree should consult their advisor.

At least 3 hours of humanities or social science must be at the 300 or 400 level.

Department Electives (6 credits)

Engineering Fundamentals (9 credits)

Fundamentals (9 credits from at least two different areas)


Fluid Mechanics


Professional Breadth (10 credits)

  • Courses in Department Electives beyond 6-credit requirement
  • Courses in Engineering Fundamentals beyond 9 credit requirement
Organizational Management Breadth

Petitioned Courses

Students may petition the department to consider specific courses that are not on the approved list. Students must submit a formal petition in writing requesting that a specific course be considered for inclusion on the student‘s program of study. The petition must include the course prefix and number and specific, but concise, rationale as to how the course complements the student‘s professional development for a given career goal.