Areas and Programs

Students can earn graduate degrees—a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or Master of Science (MS)—in Industrial Engineering, as well as a Master of Engineering with a concentration in Data and Information Fusion or Production Management. An Advanced Certificate in Advanced Manufacturing, and non-degree programs in Occupational Health and Six Sigma are also available. Students completing MS degrees with a thesis option or pursuing their PhD can focus their research in areas of Operations Research, Human Factors, and Production/Manufacturing Systems. 

Details about the different student research areas and academic programs are provided in the subsections below.