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Curriculum

As an ISE student, you’ll take the following courses to prepare for a career as an industrial engineer:

  • General education courses: English, Economics, Communications
  • General math and science courses: Calculus, Chemistry, Physics
  • Industrial engineering fundamental courses: Engineering Economy, Statistics, Work Measurement, Operations Research, Computer Simulation, Six Sigma
  • Basic engineering courses: Electric Circuits, Materials Science


In addition, you’ll complete a group of courses related to your intended professional practice. We offer these Professional Concentration Areas:

  • General IE
  • Manufacturing
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Health Care
  • Information Systems
  • Human Factors
  • Facility Planning and Management


Flow chart (.pdf) of the curriculum (.pdf) for students who start in Fall 2018-19 or later.
Flow chart (.pdf) of the curriculum (.pdf) for students who started betweem Fall 2017-18 and Spring 2017-18.
Flow chart (.pdf) of the curriculum (.pdf) for students who started between Fall 2014-15 and Spring 2016-17.

Students at one of the regional campuses can complete approximately three semesters of courses toward the ISE degree while still at the regional campus.