The Bachelor of Industrial Engineering is designed to develop the technical skills and intellectual discipline needed by our graduates to become leaders in industrial engineering and related professions. The program is distinctive in its emphasis on quantitative, economic, computer-aided approaches to production and service management problems. It is focused on providing an experimental and mathematical problem-formulating and problem-solving framework for industrial engineering work.
The curriculum provides a broad foundation in the current ideas, models, and methods of industrial engineering. It also includes a substantial component in the humanities and social sciences to help students understand the societal implications of their work.
The Master of Industrial Engineering provides a graduate-level introduction to the broad field of industrial engineering. The program consists of graduate-level coursework in operations research, statistics, and applied industrial engineering. The primary emphasis program is on modeling, analysis, and solution of problems arising in the traditional domains of manufacturing, warehousing, and supply chain systems.
The course is designed for engineers and related technical professionals aspiring to achieve the highest levels of responsibility and leadership in the workplace. The program is an excellent preparation for industrial engineering program graduates who want to acquire substantial depth with respect to industrial engineering methods and the theory of the firm.