As an industrial engineering major, you’ll work at the intersection of engineering, people, and business.
As a master’s student in our accelerated Human Factors and Health Systems Engineering program you’ll gain exposure to physical ergonomics, cognitive ergonomics, macroergonomics and broad issues in health care, including long-term care, prevention, quality improvement, health care financing, and system evaluation.
As a master’s student in industrial engineering, you’ll learn under internationally respected faculty in areas that include decision science and operations research, quality engineering, manufacturing and health systems, and/or human factors.
Analytics and the ability to effectively use data is quickly becoming an important component in engineering decision making—and our accelerated master’s program fills a strong need in the marketplace for people who use analytical tools to transform data into insights for making better decisions.
As PhD student in our very highly ranked industrial engineering program, you’ll be able to specialize in one of four areas, each of which is designed enable you to be a leader in new and developing areas within industrial and systems engineering.