Quality and reliability engineering is offered as a concentration within the professional science master's program described under Business and Science 137. The objective of the master of business and science (M.B.S.) degree with a concentration in quality and reliability engineering is to prepare students for design of experiments, process control, and reliability and quality management. This concentration is based in the graduate programs of industrial and systems engineering and statistics and biostatistics.
All students in the quality and reliability engineering concentration must take the following courses:
16:540:560 Production Analysis (3)
16:540:580 Quality Management (3)
16:540:585 Systems Reliability Engineering I (3)
16:540:685 Systems Reliability Engineering II (3)
16:960:540 Statistical Quality Control I (3)
16:960:542 Life Data Analysis (3)
16:960:590 Design of Experiments (3)
16:540:530 Forecasting and Time Series Analysis (3)
16:540:555 Simulation of Production Systems (3)
16:540:572 Manufacturing Processes and Control (3)
16:540:586 Maintenance Modeling and Optimization 93)
16:540:595 Software Reliability (3)
16:960:580 Probability (3)
26:960:580 Applied Stochastic Processes (3)
Full course descriptions can be found under the respective graduate programs.
Electives are listed at http://mbs.rutgers.edu.
Professor Hoang Pham