BS Industrial & Management Systems Engineering
Montana State University, Bozeman, MT USA
The Montana State University Industrial & Management Systems Engineering Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
ABET, 415 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. Telephone: 1+406-347-7700.
Department Mission Statement
The mission of the Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Department is to serve the State of Montana, the region, and the nation by providing outstanding leadership and contributions in knowledge discovery, student learning, innovation and entrepreneurship, and service to community and profession.
Industrial & Management Systems Engineering Program Mission
The mission of the undergraduate program in Industrial and Management Systems Engineering is to produce graduates well-grounded in both classical and current industrial engineering
knowledge and skills consistent with the land grant mission of MSU. Graduates will
be prepared to be productive citizens and contributors to the economic well-being
Program Educational Objectives
Industrial and Management Systems Engineering graduates will:
I. Utilize industrial and management systems engineering tools and knowledge in their chosen career paths;
II. Employ effective communication with a range of audiences;
III. Display effective teamwork when working with persons from diverse backgrounds, disciiplines and skill sets;
IV. Engage in professional development throughout their careers;
V. Contribute to industry and society, including involvement in professional and other service activities
VI. Design, manage, improve, and integrate systems across a broad range of organizations; and
VII. Participate in ethical leadership in design and operational activities that contribute to their organization and community.
Students completing the Industrial and Management Systems Engineering program will demonstrate:
 Complex engineering problems (as defined by ABET) involve conflicting technical issues, diverse stakeholders, multiple interacting components, non-obvious solutions, or significant consequences in a range of contexts.
IE/IMSE Undergraduate Student Enrollment*
*Data taken from the Office of Planning and Analysis, Report G: http://www.montana.edu/opa/enrollment/index.html
IE/IMSE Undergraduate Student Graduation for Last Five Years
2018 - 2019
|2017 - 2018||0||14||19||33|
|2016 - 2017||3||4||17||24|
|2015 - 2016||0||2||6||8|
|2014 - 2015||1||5||11||17|