Admission Process and Requirements
The Department of Industrial & Enterprise Systems Engineering offers a unique opportunity for students to earn a graduate degree that will allow you to solve real-world problems under real-world constraints.
Industrial Engineering (IE)
Advanced studies in operations research, optimization, supply chain and revenue management, financial engineering, quality and reliability engineering, and product design and development.
Systems and Entrepreneurial Engineering (SEE)
Focuses on systems engineering, engineering design and entrepreneurial engineering topics across disciplinary lines involving optimal interfacing between engineering and science, mathematics, and business at a systems level.
In addition to degrees, ISE also offers an Advanced Analytics Certificate and Non-Degree Coursework options that require a different admission process. Please visit their respective pages to learn more!