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Program Overview

In AU's Industrial and Systems Engineering program you’ll learn skills that apply across engineering disciplines, such as sound business practices, that are foundational in industrial engineering. Industrial and Systems Engineering is the type of engineering that’s most applicable across a wide range of industries. Industrial and systems engineers apply math and science technologies to improve processes and benefit society.

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Delivery Format

In Person

Credit Hours


Time to Complete

4 years


How Do I Know If This Major Is Right for Me?

An Industrial and Systems Engineering degree could be right for you if you enjoy any of the following:

  • Making discoveries and learning
  • Finding innovative solutions for everyday problems
  • Science and applied mathematics
  • Improving and organizing processes
  • Realism and practicality
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Learning Experiences

You’ll receive individual attention from your professors while you learn the fundamentals that will allow you to build a career in any direction:

  • Manufacturing processes
  • Modeling and simulation
  • Engineering management
  • Safety/occupational health
  • Workplace ergonomics

There are more than a dozen student organizations available in the College of Business and Economics, such as The Association of Supply Chain Management Student Chapter. There are also a variety of internship and work experiences available.

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Sample Curriculum

Learn more about the Industrial and Systems Engineering curriculum by viewing the Four-Year Curriculum Guide.

Can You Give Me a Glimpse of My Future?

Companies need engineers who understand the fundamentals and are capable of adapting them to their specific operations. You’ll be equipped to enhance the productivity and safety of people, processes, and systems. 

Contact Information

Robert Stoll
Robert Stoll, Ph.D.
Chair, Management, International Business, Supply Chain Management, Entrepreneurship Departments, Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management
206 Richard E. and Sandra J. Dauch College of Business and Economics