Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Overview

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.

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Degrees

  • Industrial Engineering- BS, MS, PhD
  • Engineering Management - MS
  • Logistics - MS
  • Systems Engineering - MS

What Will I Learn?

Industrial Engineers understand both the technical and business sides of organizations. In the IMSE program at UTA, you will learn to apply quantitative mathematical tools as well as management tools to make you an effective professional in the global economy.

Example Courses

  • Introduction to industrial engineering and computing
  • Computer applications in industrial engineering
  • Economics for engineers
  • Operation research
  • Metrics and measurements
  • Production and inventory control

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Career Opportunities

Industrial Engineers work all over the world in every industry from banks to hospitals to automobile manufacturers to movie studios to transportation providers. Any organization that wants to use its resources wisely should hire an Industrial Engineer.

OUR UNDERGRADUATES EARN ON AVERAGE *

$59,982

1st year

$74,213

5th year

$97,951

10th year

* Texas median earnings, according to SeekUT (2017)

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Contact Department

Website:
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Phone:
817-272-3092

Address:
Room 420 Woolf Hall