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Title: [Course catalog]
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Northeastern University
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nd highly individ-ualistic curriculum. In addition, several sample programs with con-centrations in the areas of computers, urban technology,technology and social systems, and technology and health carehave been developed.* These indicate part of the range of curric-ulum planning available to the student. While each student is enrolled in a different program, thegoals of each are the same: the breadth of an engineering-basedliberal education in combination with the development of profes-sional skills. * For further information regarding these sample programs, stu-dents are requested to contact Dean Thomas E. Hulbert, Collegeof Engineering, 216, Hayden Hall. College of Engineering / INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT David R. Freeman, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman Professor Austin W. Fisher, Jr., Sc.D. Associate Professors Lewis H. Geyer, Ph.D.Stewart V. Hoover, Ph.D.Thomas E. Hulbert, M.S.Jay K. Satia, Ph.D. Assistant Professors John Buoncristiani, Ph.D.Albert A. Marcotte, M.S. FACULTY
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Industrial engineering is invaluable to management in its decision-making when management is faced with problems of the best utili-zation of men, material, equipment, and energy to achieve theaims of the organization. The organization may be an entire cor-poration, a hospital, a government office, an individual depart-ment, or any other group organized to make a product or performa service. The managers of an organization need factual information, ar-ranged to define different alternatives and their consequences,to help them recognize and solve existing problems. Industrialengineering collects, analyzes, and arranges this information insuch a way as to fulfill this need, and at the same time searchesfor better ways to do the job. Increasing numbers of graduates have been employed in ser-vice industries such as the airlines, hospitals and banks. Newcourses recently introduced into the curriculum reflect the indus-trial engineers interest in changing attitudes in society aboutcomputers,
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