Faculty of BSc
“Engineers make things. Industrial Engineers make things better.”
BS Industrial Engineering Program is accredited by PEC under Washington Accord (Level-I)
What Industrial Engineers Do?
Industrial engineers devise efficient systems that integrate workers, machines, materials, information, and energy to make a product or provide a service.
Five (5) Reasons to Study Industrial Engineering
- Industrial engineers work in every sector
- Combine technical skills with business acumen
- Understand Big Data and the Internet of Things
- Focus on processes
- Customize IE to match your interests
Careers for Industrial Engineers
- Supply Chain Engineer
- Production Engineer
- Quality Engineer
- Efficiency Engineer
- Manufacturing Engineer
- Process Engineer
You will always have the opportunity to explore and work in numerous professional roles as an industrial engineer.
Do you want to spend your time at a computer doing in-depth data analysis? Data analysis and business analysis are two types of industrial engineering employment.
Do you want to work in a manufacturing environment on a production floor? Jobs in logistics engineering, manufacturing engineering, production, and forecasting, to name a few, are available.
Do you want to work and travel at the same time? Consider consultancy and client-facing industrial engineering careers. There are numerous other alternatives available; these are just a few examples.
According to the US Bureau of Statistics, Industrial Engineering job market is projected to grow 14 percent from 2020 to 2030, faster than the average for all occupations. https://www.onlineengineeringprograms.com/faq/fastest-growing-engineering-fields
“Scientists dream about doing great things. Engineers do them.”
Industrial Engineering is the branch of engineering that involves two main streams: systems engineering and manufacturing engineering. Systems engineering is concerned with the Design, Analysis, Operations, and maintenance of systems. These can range from a consumer product or single piece of equipment to large business, social, and environmental systems. The System Engineer’s interest lies in modelling system functions and determining how the best objectives of the system can be achieved. Manufacturing engineering on the other hand, deals with the design and manufacturing of products by employing conventional and non-conventional manufacturing technologies. Manufacturing Engineer tends to choose best materials, technology, efficient workforce, and optimum use of resources to produce quality products.
The methods employed in Industrial Engineering provide an excellent vehicle to perform costs and benefits analysis on both private and public sectors. Industrial Engineers determine the most effective way to utilize the basic factors of production, people, machines, materials, information, and energy to make a product or provide a service. Industrial Engineers by virtue of education and training have opportunity to work in a variety of departments and businesses. The distinctive aspects of industrial engineering are the flexibility that it offers. Whether it is shortening a rollercoaster line, streamlining an operating room, distributing products worldwide, or manufacturing superior automobiles, all share the common goal of saving money and increasing efficiencies.