Create the cornerstone for your engineering career
Lay the groundwork at A&M-Commerce for a career in a highly technological world. You will learn principles of engineering, science and mathematics that will enable you to identify and formulate solutions to complex engineering problems. After addressing economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability challenges, you will gain the ability to design systems, components or processes to meet industry needs. This program will provide you with opportunities to develop your analytical, planning and leadership abilities so you are ready to join a wide variety of organizations to design, manufacture or improve their systems.
No foreign language credits required
No thesis required
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (BS) :: 1.2 Is this Program a Good Fit for You?
Is this Program a Good Fit for You?
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INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (BS) :: 1.9 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Internship experience provides the foundation employers are often looking for. Although not required for your degree, internships are an important part of your education experience. These are just a few of the companies that partner with Career Development and offer opportunities for A&M-Commerce industrial engineering students.
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (BS) :: 1.10 MINORS
- Engineering and Systems Management
- Engineering Mathematics
- Engineering Statistics
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (BS) :: 1.12 FEATURED COURSES
You will be introduced to the application of linear programming techniques. Most of the mathematic models presented in this course are normal prescriptive or optimization applications. The course includes discussions of the Simplex method, sensitivity analysis, duality and post optimal analysis.
In this course, you will learn about the design of the human-system interface. The principles of the life sciences, engineering, and mathematics are applied to the investigation of existing and proposed socio-technical systems. You will also learn different methods for the reduction of fatigue and human error.
This industrial engineering capstone design course covers flexible manufacturing systems and manufacturing integration–integrated knowledge to be gained from applying classroom knowledge to a system design project. You will be able to work with industry sponsors on real-world industrial engineering process-improvement activities.
Undergraduate Program Costs
Tuition and fees for undergraduate students taking 12 credit hours are $4,126 for Texas residents and $9,034 for non-residents.