Curriculum and Advising

Industrial and systems engineering is concerned with analysis, design, and implementation of systems through optimal use of resources—human, material, energy, information, and financial. Systems may range from small units to extremely large operations. In order to accomplish these activities, the industrial engineer must be skilled in mathematics, physical sciences, management, and human relations as well as manufacturing, computer systems, economics, optimization, human behavior, and systems analysis and design. As such, we offer a wide variety of classes in order to cover these concepts. The ISE curriculum provides ample opportunity for practice, interaction, and research.

Undergraduate Engineering Degrees

Our department offers a Bachelor's of Science degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering. Click the link below to find out more about the College of Engineering basic requirements.

ISE Curriculum and Courses

Academic Policies and Advising