Industrial and Systems Engineering Degree Programs
An industrial engineering degree teaches you to solve problems and optimize systems through courses in engineering and mathematics that combine theoretical understanding with real-world application. A degree in industrial engineering prepares you for a career in a variety of roles and industries, including business, healthcare management and e-commerce.
The BS degree in industrial engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc. (www.ABET.org).
Undergraduate Degree Programs
Study manufacturing, logistics/supply chains, health systems or energy conservation.
Accelerated and Dual Enrollment Programs
Earn a master’s in industrial engineering in as little as one additional year with the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and MS in Industrial Engineering.
Or, combine the technical skills of an industrial engineering program with business and managerial coursework. The Dual Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and Master of Business Administration program allows students to earn an MBA is as little as one additional year.
Graduate Degree Programs
Study sophisticated mathematical modeling approaches and data analytics while conducting research to solve design problems and help improve functions within industry, government and society.
The program also offered 100% online through Missouri Online.
Conduct ground-breaking research in operations, statistics, manufacturing and production and human/enterprise systems.
Global Supply Chain Management Certificate
Advance your understanding of operations management, analytics, procurement, logistics, transportation and other decision sciences with a certificate in global supply chain management. This interdisciplinary certificate is in partnership with the Department of Management in the Trulaske College of Business at Mizzou.
Show the world that you’re a certified problem solver with a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. Learn how to apply Six Sigma, a data-driven methodology to understand processes and improve business structures.