Arlington, TX 76019
Woolf Hall Room 420
500 West First Street
Arlington, TX 76019
Students in the Industrial, Manufacturing and Systems Engineering Department acquire skills in logistics, human factors, operations research, RFID, systems engineering, micro-manufacturing, and stochastic modeling, optimization and statistics.
The department is a community of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and industry partners dedicated to making industry and society more productive. The Engineering Management program integrates engineering and business concepts to prepare experienced professional engineers for leadership roles in planning, developing and managing firms’ technological resources, including people, technology and processes. The Industrial Engineering program provides fundamental knowledge in the various areas of industrial engineering. Students may also pursue an undergraduate certificate in unmanned vehicle systems and graduate certificates in industrial applications, decision analytics, logistics and unmanned vehicle systems.
More than half of our undergraduate students complete a co-op or internship to gain practical work experience prior to graduation, and they are often hired by the companies they intern with. You can find your own opportunity, or the Engineering Co-op/Internship Office can help you.
Students may work alongside faculty on funded research, doing real lab work and gaining valuable skills. Qualified students may use federal work-study funds to participate in such research, and the College of Engineering sponsors more than 40 undergraduate research projects each year.
Finally, all undergraduate students complete a capstone course prior to graduation. They will find solutions to real-world problems, often with financial support from an industry partner.
New Student Orientation: TBA
Registration for Summer/Fall classes begin April 5. Contact your advisor using the new Advising Contact Form.