Russ College of Engineering and Technology
Stocker Center 270
Robert Judd, Chair
The Industrial and Systems Engineering Department grants an ABET-accredited B.S. in industrial and systems engineering.
The undergraduate curriculum is designed for students to develop the specialized skills needed for their chosen fields. First-year students study chemistry, calculus, and General Education courses, then begin to specialize in the second year, by studying statistics, engineering economics, and work design. In their junior years, students learn a variety of industrial engineering fundamentals, including simulation, quality, production control, and Six Sigma. The senior year offers primarily elective courses in engineering science, business, math, science, and industrial and systems engineering. During the senior year, students must also complete courses in a professional concentration area: manufacturing, supply chain management, human factors, health care, information systems, or general industrial engineering.
ProgramsBachelor of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering