BSIE Degree Program
- Industrial & Systems Engineering offers a robust program toward a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BSIE) and prepares students to serve as organizational change agents. Students are encouraged to take a systems view when solving problems, recognize the organizational and societal impact of technical decisions, develop good oral and written communication skills, participate in teams, and take initiative.
Being an industrial engineer is about choices. Industrial engineers have the opportunity to work in a variety of businesses and nonprofit organizations. The most distinctive aspect of industrial engineering is the flexibility it offers. Many industrial engineers move into supervisory or management positions where they continue to draw on their technical background.
The first two years of the curriculum include pre-engineering courses, basic mathematics, natural science, engineering science, and humanities and social science. The last two years are devoted to studies in the professional industrial engineering program: systems integration, operations research including optimization and stochastic models, manufacturing, human factors, virtual reality, supply chain systems, quality and reliability, large scale assembly, engineering design, and a comprehensive senior design experience.
Dual and Double Degree Programs:Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BSIE) and Master's in Business Administration (MBA)Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BSIE) and Applied and Computational Math Sciences (ACMS). More information can be found here.