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Gannon’s industrial and robotics engineering program combines the fields of engineering and business to prepare you to drive technological
advancements in an increasingly global marketplace. Learn how working environments that integrate human-robot relationships can increase
efficiency, productivity and profitability for companies while ensuring a safer environment for employees. Join a team of professionals who
define the future of technology and create innovative products and process designs when you secure your career in the field.
Our industrial and robotics engineering laboratories and
facilities let you engage with faculty in advanced research
projects using cutting-edge technologies to assess and
improve product and process designs. These include:
Gain real-world knowledge through key industrial and
robotics engineering courses including:
Project Management: Perform industrial engineering
analyses and investigations in teams to form complex
activities into integral plans.
Supply Chain and Logistics Engineering: : Manage
supplier relationships and performance, and maintain
product quality, delivery and cost.
Ergonomics/Human Factors: Apply ergonomics principles
to new product design. Ensure companies’ ergonomic
policies minimize employee injury and discomfort.
“(This program) is an excellent and broad mode of study. The material is varied, and the faculty are passionate
and helpful ... IRE includes aspects of many other engineering fields, providing students with a wide array of knowledge that will help diversify your career.”
Phone: 814-871-7240Toll Free: 1-800-426-6668
Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
View a Video about the Industrial Robotics and Engineering program.
Ikechukwu OhuAssociate ProfessorDirector
Yang CaoAssistant Professor
Sheldon BaileyAdjunct Lecturer
Mahsa ShateriAdjunct Lecturer
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