MS students can follow an all-course program, taking a range of ISE courses that lead to the broad knowledge needed to succeed in an Industrial Engineering career.
MS students can complete their degree by taking 10 courses. Students take a minimum of seven IE courses, plus 3 additional courses which can be either IE or from other departments such as Mathematics or Management (with advisor approval). Students can customize their degree by choosing IE courses which focus on quality, production systems, or industrial ergonomics.
With the all-course option, students can take 5 courses per semester and graduate in one academic year. This minimizes time away from an existing job as well as provides a concentrated immersion experience in the graduate program.
Students complete the degree with a comprehensive exam, based on all 30 hours of coursework.
January 15: Full consideration for funding/fellowships
February 15:International applicants who are not requesting financial aid
August 1: Domestic applicants who are not requesting financial aid
August 1: Full consideration for funding/fellowships
October 1: International applicants who are not requesting financial aid
December 15: Domestic applicants who are not requesting financial aid
We accept applications on a rolling basis throughout the year.
Our ISE graduate program ranks 19th across public universities, according to the U.S. News & World Report graduate program rankings.