ISE faculty, students, and alumni are wiring up the Internet of Things.
Undergraduate Programs in the Department of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering
ENGINEER YOUR CAREER in the Department of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering (ISE).
ISE offers two bachelor degree programs:
Engineering at Illinois
The College of Engineering at Illinois is ranked 5th best in the nation. Illinois offers students a blend of intellectual challenge, excitement, and energy that is transformational. This is a campus where you can learn from a world-renowned faculty, study in the most technologically advanced engineering library in the nation, work alongside elite students from all over the world, and contribute to research that has real impact. The Office of International Programs in Engineering coordinates travel and fellowships to myriad other nations. You can choose from about 4,000 courses, more than 50 professional and honor engineering societies, and more than 1,000 other organizations across campus. These student-run groups offer opportunities to develop leadership skills, test technical competence, and serve society through volunteer projects. You’ll never lack great things to do to enhance your social and educational experience.
Students from ISE, Aerospace, and Physics deparments work together to create CAPSat, a satellite with experiments being sent into space.
ISE Undergrad Paul Couston is the co-founder of Optivolt Labs, a startup creating solar powered phone battery cases.
ISE students recently traveled to Chicago to participate in the annual IISE Regional Conference.