Whether students are interested in full-time
study or are working professionals pursuing
their studies part-time, the graduate term
structure in this program allows them to accelerate their studies. Students can complete
the program in as little as one year studying
full-time and as few as 15 months studying
part-time. Our flexible delivery model will allow students to complete their studies online
or face-to-face in the classroom.
This program enables students with their
foundation in this field or numerous other
engineering disciplines to build upon it with
advanced knowledge and skills in optimization, systems, quality and cost analysis.
The flexible Master of Science in Industrial
Engineering program exposes students to
the broad field of industrial engineering
while studying under actively engaged faculty.
Students with an undergraduate degree in
an Engineering discipline will further their
skillset and develop quantitative and qualitative tools, which are used to make effective
and strategic decisions. They will also be prepared for a career in industry, government,
consulting or further academics.
Five-year Bachelor/Master’s Options
These two programs are also available to undergraduates
as combined bachelor and master’s degree options that
enable students to save time and tuition.
DESIGNED FOR VERSATILITY:
MS IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
The Master of Science in Industrial Engineering program
joins the Department’s widely respected BS in Industrial
Engineering, and MS and PhD programs in Engineering
Management. The program is a versatile advanced degree
open to graduates from a wide range of engineering disciplines.
Learn more about these programs and other Graduate
Studies opportunities at wne.edu/graduatestudies.
“The addition of a master’s degree in Industrial
Engineering opens up new opportunities for our
alumni in IE and other disciplines. It is an exciting
time for industrial engineers. There is application
for industrial engineering in many diverse yet high-growth areas such as healthcare, manufacturing,
finance, consulting, and energy. This program will
help prepare our students for those opportunities.”
Dr. Thomas Keyser
Chair of the Department of Industrial and Engineering
Management and Director of Ph.D. Program