Industrial engineers work to find the most efficient processes for production and services. They analyze how humans, natural resources, machines, equipment, information and energy interact with each other in daily operations. Industrial engineers use both observation and data to optimize productivity and quality and need a wide range of knowledge and skills to be able to work with both people and systems.
These skills can be seen in the experience of our recent graduates, who have found an array of opportunities in the marketplace. Though industrial engineers have historically been employed in manufacturing, recent graduates have seen an increased demand in the service sector as well.
Programs and Mentoring
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
Industrial engineering is concerned with the design, improvement, and installation of integrated systems of people, material, information, equipment and energy.
The bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
- Decision Sciences
How to use mathematical tools, computer models and information technology to provide managers with the decision tools and strategies they need to improve business operations.
- Ergonomics and System Safety
How to design and arrange the workplace and management strategies to maximize the employees' productivity and safety.
- Manufacturing Systems Engineering
How to improve manufacturing processes with the use of robotics, computer-controlled material handling systems and other automation devices in manufacturing service enterprises.
Jack Byrd Jr.
Honors, co-op, athletes, 341A MRB
Probation, 341 ESB
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