Welcome to IMSE
At the UT Arlington Industrial Engineering program we are an enthusiastic community of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and industry partners dedicated to making industry and society more productive.
The Department offers degrees in Industrial Engineering at the BS, MS, and PhD levels plus Masters degrees in Logistics, Engineering Management, and Systems Engineering. Most of our graduate Industrial Engineering courses are available on-line.
There are 12 full-time Industrial Engineering faculty members. Our distinguished faculty teach and do research in a wide range of Industrial Engineering areas.
What is IE?
Industrial Engineering has to do with the analysis and design of complex systems of people, processes, and technology so as to accomplish organizational goals. The core disciplines include statistics, operations research, economic decision making, human engineering, and management. The history of Industrial Engineering is rooted in the application of these core disciplines to the analysis and design of the manufacturing enterprise. However, Industrial Engineering problems are found in retail, distribution and supply chain, banking, healthcare, and many other environments. Industrial Engineering is almost universal in its applicability.
The Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering Department offers graduate industrial engineering courses on-line through streaming-video and Blackboard for access to class notes and assignments. This allows graduate students in the IE Program who are enrolled off-campus or part-time to access their classess at their convenience.
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