Industrial Engineering

Our graduate programs in Industrial Engineering are ranked 23rd in the nation according to U.S. News and World Report. Our faculty members specialize in the tools of industrial statistics, mathematical modeling, production logistics and enterprise information systems. In addition to traditional roles in manufacturing and management consulting, more industrial engineering concepts are spreading to the financial, logistics and health care service industries affording new areas of opportunity.

Learn

Design and analyze efficient manufacturing and service systems that integrate people, equipment and information

Improve automation, information control, process quality and organizational design

Apply systems modeling and analysis skills to ensure that high-quality products and services are achieved with the optimal use of resources

Specialize in the tools of industrial statistics, mathematical modeling, production logistics and enterprise information systems

Model and analyze complex problems independent of the setting

Career Opportunities

Engineering managers and teachers

Human factors engineers and Ergonomists

Industrial engineering technicians

Industrial and Manufacturing engineers

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