Industrial and Systems Engineering graduates should:
- Have a broad knowledge of mathematics, science and general engineering. Furthermore, this knowledge can be applied to Industrial Engineering related problems.
- Have a fundamental grounding in the fields of statistics, manufacturing, operations research, information technology, production analysis and control, and operations management that reflect current needs and trends.
- Have the detailed and relevant knowledge and ability to perform design and solve problems related to integrated systems that include people, materials, information, equipment, and energy.
- Have the ability to design, conduct, and analyze experiments in laboratories, companies, and on systems models.
- Have the ability to form, lead, and participate on multi-disciplinary teams that solve problems in engineering and business.
- Have an awareness of global, societal, and discipline specific issues necessary to identify, formulate and solve problems.
- Be aware of the NSPE professional code of ethics and have an appreciation of social and legal concerns.
- Have the ability to seek out, understand and apply new information and procedures to their professional development, thus giving them an appreciation for life-long learning.
- Communicate effectively through oral and written presentations using appropriate technologies.
Follow this link to review the list of available programs and courses in the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department.