Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management BS
Industrial engineering and engineering management is concerned with the design, improvement, installation, and management of integrated systems of people, material, and equipment. Graduates of the program employ a set of skills that includes mathematical modeling, probability and statistics, computer science, human factors, interpersonal skills, project management, and an ability to manage and administer large technical engineering and research projects. Thus, industrial engineering and engineering management may be thought of as applied problem solving, from inception to implementation and management.
The objectives of the industrial engineering and engineering management program are to produce graduates who:
- Contribute to the success of companies through effective problem solving
- Design, develop, implement, and improve integrated systems that include people, materials, information, equipment, and environments
- Effectively manage business operations and project management teams
- Continue to develop holistically, including the personal and professional skills necessary to adapt to our changing societal, technological, and global environments
- Graduates of the industrial engineering and engineering management program are expected to meet the challenges for contemporary professional practice; be able to adapt and solve the increasingly complex problems faced by industry; embrace innovation through intellectual diversity and creative problem solving; and continue to develop holistically as a learner to become leaders of tomorrow
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