MS, Industrial and Systems Engineering
The MS Industrial and Systems Engineering curriculum prepares engineers for these activities and helps achieve the goal of ISE in a manufacturing or service organization.
The curriculum prepares students to bridge the gap between operations and management with courses ranging from operations planning and control, quality assurance and reliability, human factors and ergonomics, human-machine interaction, information engineering, and cost-effectiveness analysis, to organizational development and total quality management. It prepares students to enter the profession immediately or to go on to pursue a Ph.D. degree.
Four specialty areas are offered:
Specialty Area 1: Production and Quality Assurance
Specialty Area 2: Supply Chain and Logistics Engineering
Specialty Area 3: Healthcare and Service Systems Engineering
Specialty Area 4: Human Factors Engineering
Visit the MS Industrial and Systems Engineering website for more information about the program–including information sessions, deadlines, and admission requirements.