About the Program

This 30 credit hours degree program is designed for engineers and other professionals who have responsibility for designing, installing, improving and evaluating large integrated systems. Specializations/courses are available in the areas of:

  • Human Factors/Ergonomics
  • Operations Research & Management Science
  • Quality Systems Design
  • Advanced Manufacturing & Automation
  • Information Systems Management
  • Program Management & Product Development

The program may be completed entirely on campus, entirely online, or through a combination of on-campus and online courses.

Program Goals

  • Provide students with the requisite knowledge and skills that enable them to design, install and manage large integrated engineering and service systems.
  • Provide students with analytical skills that allow them to evaluate and improve large integrated engineering and service systems.
  • Provide students access to modern engineering tools that enable them to solve complex industrial and systems engineering problems. 

Get an Inside Look

MSE in Industrial and Systems Engineering
There's a strong rapport, not only between the students and the faculty, but also within the industries and local businesses as well as the international companies.
Robert Wasilevich, '11 MSE-ISE, Engineer at DTE Energy

Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Heinz Prechter Engineering Complex (HPEC)
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