The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Iowa offers a host of options for the intrepid engineering student. From the undergraduate engineering degree, a dual BS/MS degree, certificates, elective focus areas (EFAs), and extracurricular activities, there are many options available to explore and develop professional skills. The Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) undergraduate program within the College of Engineering at the University of Iowa emphasizes both a broad education in engineering fundamentals and the opportunity for in-depth learning in an elective focus area. 

Curriculum and Advising

Our department offers a Bachelor's of Science degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering. The link above contains information about the College of Engineering admission requirements, the ISE curriculum, and advising information.

EFAs and Specialized Opportunities

The Industrial and Systems Engineering program offers a plethora of options for students wishing to pursue a specialty interest to complement their undergraduate degree in industrial engineering. Follow the link above to learn more.

Student Organizations

Student organizations can have an enormous impact on an undergraduate's career. The College of Engineering is home to dozens of student organizations and clubs. There are clubs for every interest, whether it be a hobby or a professional subject. Click here to see student organizations related to Industrial and Systems Engineering. Additional College of Engineering organizations can be found here.

Undergraduate Resources

A plethora of resources are available to University of Iowa students, both on and off campus. Click the link above to learn more.


There are several scholarships and funding opportunities available to our students. Learn more by clicking the link above.