Master of Engineering Application Procedure

Application Deadline:

JULY 1, 2016 is the priority deadline

for Fall 2016 admission.

Rolling admission after July 1 until the program is full.

Graduate Non-Matriculate deadline: July 1, 2016 is the priority deadline for graduate non-matriculate (GNM) status only for students interested in taking the INDE 595-596 series, Global Integrated Systems Engineering. If you are interested in GNM status for Fall 2016, please contact the academic advisor, Sheila Prusa, at
Application Process:
The following items must be submitted to the Graduate School using the online application system:
  1. Online Graduate School Application and payment of application fee.
  2. Choose the application for the Master of Industrial and Systems Engineering (the Master of Engineering degree NOT the Master of Science). 
  3. Transcripts.  Electronic copies (PDF preferred) of transcripts from all colleges and universities attended must be uploaded to the online application. Unofficial copies are acceptable. 
  4. Personal Statement. 
  5. Resume.
  6. Three letters of recommendation.  Confidential letters are submitted electronically by recommenders indicated on your application. 
  7. If you are admitted, you will be required to submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended to the Graduate School.
  8. International Students and Non-Native English Speakers Only:
    Submit scores for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or an equivalent exam approved by the Graduate School. Official scores are required. You must submit TOEFL scores even if you plan to take online classes from your home country.   For more information, contact the University’s Office of Educational Assessment or the Educational Testing Service.


International Students:

International students will be accepted for online study only. MISE does not meet the requirements for an F-1 visa. However, prospective students in the U.S. on some other type of visa (not F-1) may be eligible for on campus study. For complete details contact the academic advisor, Sheila Prusa at