Industrial, Manufacturing, and Systems Engineering (IMSE) at UT Arlington is a nationally accredited undergraduate program. We prepare students for work in the modern workplace and also for entry into graduate degree programs nationwide in Industrial Engineering and associated specialized fields, such as Logistics, Operations Research, Enterprise Engineering, and Engineering Management.
All of our classes are taught by professors with Ph.D. degrees. In addition, many of our distinguished faculty members also have experience working as industry professionals, bringing their real-world expertise and education to the classrooms to educate fully and prepare our students for their future endeavors.
IMSE at UT Arlington offers:
- Leading edge research and researchers in a variety of areas
- Faculty with a broad base of professional industry experience committed to the pursuit of excellence in both their teaching and research
- Located in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, providing plenty of opportunities to work in local industry
- Active engineering student organizations such as Alpha Pi Mu, SWE, and the award-winning IIE student chapter
Undergraduate Admissions Requirements
Applicants to UT Arlington must have graduated from an accredited high school. Freshman applicants for admission must take the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT).
For detailed Admissions Requirements:
- Freshman Students
- Transfer Students
- Transient Students
- A student may not enroll as a transient student for 2 consecutive semesters
- International Students
- Former Students
- Former students are defined as a student who has attended UT Arlington previously, but has not been enrolled for one calendar year. These students must reapply for admission by submitting an application for admission and application fee to the Office of Admissions, Records and Registration.
- Continuing students are defined as those students who have been officially enrolled at UT Arlington during the calendar year and are in good academic standing. Continuing students do not need to reapply for admission. They should meet with their academic advisor prior to registration.
Graduate Admissions Requirements
Applicants for a Master's or a Doctorate degree who meet the admissions requirement for their respective programs may be admitted unconditionally, on a probationary basis, or provisionally.
A summary of the admission requirements for each Graduate Program is provided in the links below: