Master of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering
The Master's in Industrial and Systems Engineering is designed to prepare individuals to apply engineering principles to the design, improvement and installation of integrated systems of people, material, information and energy.
Our flexible curriculum allows students to select from a variety of courses based on their interests and career needs, such as:
- Statistical Quality Analysis
- Production Systems and Workflow Analysis
- Foundations of Systems Engineering
- Engineering Decision Analysis
- Computer Simulation of Discrete Event Systems
- Lean Principles and Application
- E-Commerce and ERP
- Human Factors
- Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Systems
- Robotic Systems
Detailed information concerning admissions, degree and course requirements as well as course descriptions can be found the Graduate Catalog.
What is Industrial and Systems Engineering?
Many engineers with an ISE M.S. degree have their undergraduate degree in a different field of engineering. Thus, admission is open to engineers with a undergraduate degree in any field of engineering - Industrial and Systems, Mechanical, Electrical, Computer, Civil, etc. No make-up courses are required. Applicants with an engineering technology, computer science, mathematics or science degree will be considered for admission, but may be required to take additional preparatory courses in engineering.
Many engineers working full-time enroll in the ISE M.S. program on a part-time basis since all courses are offered in the evening. Students may enter the program at any time of the year and begin their classes in either September, January or May due to the flexible nature of the course requirements.
What can you do with an ISE degree?
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