Mizzou IMSE and Marketing recently partnered on a undergraduate Global Supply Chain Management certificate. Now, they’re expanding it to the graduate level.
The College’s capstone program is unique because it allows students to act as consultants and project engineers developing solutions for actual clients.
The Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Department kicked off two different seminar series this fall, with the goal of repeating them each semester.
Department Chair Luis Occeña and Professor Jim Noble have been around for plenty of its past and will be around for its future, putting them in a unique position to discuss IMSE’s history and its current state as the department begins another decade.
Industry Sponsored Consortia hold great potential to further MU Engineering’s research mission and help create opportunities for faculty and students to interact with industry research partners on significant problems facing the world.
The MU Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Department and Trulaske College of Business’ Department of Management are teaming up on a new Global Supply Chain Management certificate, offering students at the intersection of business and logistics the ability to boost their degrees with sought-after, specialized skills.
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering undergraduate Molly Laird earned the CELDi Outstanding Undergraduate Student Achievement Award for her outstanding research done on behalf of the organization.
For MU’s Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering students, their final two semesters on campus are largely devoted to piecing together the skills they’ve acquired throughout their college experience.
The University of Missouri is one of 12 universities to receive a grant from the Association of American Universities (AAU) to further existing efforts to improve undergraduate education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.