Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
The Industrial Engineering program prepares an individual for involvement in a broad range of industries where the efficiency of people, machines, materials, and information are critical to the success of organizations. Industrial engineers are involved in the design, development, installation, and improvement of integrated systems in diverse areas such as computer, education, financial, government, health care, and manufacturing organizations.
- The average annual wage for Industrial Engineers is $77,090.
- Opportunities are expected to grow 14 percent from 2008 to 2018, faster than average, as firms look for new ways to develop more efficient processes and reduce costs, delays, and waste.
- Industrial Engineers design, develop, install, and improve integrated systems in many different areas including manufacturing, computer, education, financial, government, and health care.
- A typical work weeks is 40-hours, but occasionally, deadlines or design standards may require working longer hours.