Industrial & Systems Engineering
Industrial & systems engineers use engineering and scientific principles to design, manufacture, or improve systems that involve both goods and services. They deal with how products are created, the quality of those products, and the cost of making the products, as well as the design and workings of the factories that make products. They design the workstations, automation and robotics for systems all along the supply chain. In addition, industrial & systems engineers are concerned with employee safety and workplace environments. They balance the implementation of responsible processes with the other requirements of making a product or providing a service of high quality.
UIndy's industrial & systems engineering program also includes courses from our School of Business, so you'll learn about logistics and supply chain management, principles of lean production, engineering economics and entrepreneurship.
Below is an example list of some of the courses you'll be taking throughout your time in the Industrial & Systems Engineering program.
- Introduction to Engineering
- Calculus I
- Calculus II
- Introduction to C++
- Calculus-based Physics I
- Engineering Design II
- Engineering Graphics
Sophomore to Senior year:
- Introduction to Entrepreneurial Thinking
- Introduction to Operations Research
- Human Factors Engineering and Ergonomics
- Facilities Planning and Logistics
- Logistics and Supply Chain Managment