• Demonstrate leadership abilities through career advancement, as evidenced by promotion and/or acceptance of increasing professional responsibilities 
    • Demonstrate interest in continuing advanced professional degrees or graduate studies in industrial engineering, professional training or engineering certification. 
    • Demonstrate expertise in solving higher level problems relevant to their organization, with main emphasis on safety, quality, productivity, innovation, continuous improvement, and integration into existing or creation of new systems. 
    • Effectively communicate and participate throughout the organization regarding complex problems and solutions, technological advancements and global innovation to a variety of audiences from all levels of the business.

    Student Outcomes 

    ​The Industrial Engineering program has the following student learning outcomes for its undergraduates:

    1. Apply knowledge of Mathematics, Science, and Engineering
    2. Ability to design and conduct experiments; Analyze and interpret data
    3. Design system, component, or process to meet needs
    4. Function on multidisciplinary teams
    5. Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems
    6. Understand professional and ethical responsibility
    7. Ability to communicate effectively
    8. Broad education necessary to understand impact of engineering solutions
    9. Recognition of need to engage in lifetime learning
    10. Knowledge of contemporary issues
    11. Ability to use techniques, skills and modern tools
    12. An ability to work professionally (including system design and realization) in industrial engineering with considerations of business.