The Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE) Department at the University of San Diego is seeking adjunct faculty candidates to teach various courses during Spring 2020 semester, with potential contract renewal into 2020-21 academic year.
Specific responsibilities include:
• Teaching one or more of the following courses: ISYE 350, ISYE 460, ISYE 492 (course descriptions are included below).
• Working with the ISyE chair and faculty to improve instructional materials and class activities to enhance student's learning outcomes and engagement.
• Collecting relevant course data for ABET accreditation and course improvement purposes.
ISYE 350 - Manufacturing Processes: Description, classification and analysis of manufacturing processes used in the transformation of different raw materials (e.g. metals, polymers, composites, etc.) into consumer or capital goods. Topics include: analysis of variables that affect process operations, performance, quality, cost, sustainability and the design of process plans.
ISYE 460 - Operations and Supply Chain Management: Concepts in planning, controlling, and managing the operations function of manufacturing and service firms. Topics include operations strategy, forecasting, capacity, production planning and control, and trends in operations and supply chain management. Emphasis on the development and use of mathematical models and algorithms used to analyze and improve the use of material, labor and information in various processes.
ISYE 492 - Senior Design Project: Capstone Senior design project. Application of principles of Industrial & Systems Engineering from throughout the curriculum to a design project. Written and oral reports, design reviews, final project report and presentation.