Department of Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management
Where Human and Machine Interactions Meet
Students in Industrial Engineering learn about 4 foundational areas (management science, manufacturing, ergonomics, and quality) as they pursue a career in industrial engineering, one of the widest ranging fields in the engineering industry. Students use mathematical applications and scientific principles to improve the design of products, processes, and systems. Graduates are employed in a wide variety of industries, including manufacturing, aerospace, and healthcare.
Undergraduate and Graduate Programs
- B.S.E. in Industrial Engineering — Learn the basics of design, improvement, and installation of integrated systems of people, places, and things. Combine mathematical, physical, and scientific skills with engineering analysis to reach successful results associated with each system.
- B.S. in Industrial Management — Combine business and engineering concepts to prepare for managerial roles across a multitude of industries. This program is ideal for students who are interested in a trio of topics – business, engineering, and psychology.
- M.S.E. in Engineering Management — Build on your bachelor’s degree and gain the necessary knowledge to impact the workforce by understanding how to successfully address supervisory and managerial needs in a technological environment.
- M.S. in Technical Management — Build on your bachelor’s degree and gain the necessary knowledge to impact the workforce by understanding how to successfully address supervisory and managerial needs in a technological environment.