50 States 50 Summits is Jason Yue's ambitious project to climb to the highest point in each of America's states, as well as an exercise in applying his engineering curriculum and problem solving skills to make his goals a reality.
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.
Julia Francesca Santos wasn't sure at first how a systems engineering major could translate into her medical school dreams. Now a sophomore and leader within her college, she's taken her knowledge of the variety within her major back home to inspire students at her former high school.
Kathleen Hu's benevolent start-up Dibbs aims to eliminate food waste by connecting local food agencies to grocery stores.
December graduate and Express Scripts new hire Virupaksh "Viru" Agrawal reflects on how his ISE education shaped his extracurricular work and values.