Industrial & Management Systems Engineering
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Department
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Industrial and Management Systems Engineers (IMSE’s) optimize how organizations deliver goods and services. They apply mathematical models, human factors, engineering problem-solving and managerial concepts to create safer and more productive workplaces.
IMSE combines technical problem-solving of engineering with knowledge of business and management functions, making graduates highly sought after by many types of employers.
The knowledge and skills of an IMSE apply broadly across many sectors of society, including manufacturing, finance, transportation, health care, communications, energy, construction, entertainment, and government.
They are usually "people-oriented problem solvers" who enjoy diversity in their assignments and careers.
Since 1923, alumni from this program have found engaging and productive careers as project managers, manufacturing engineers, hospital administrators, consultants, quality assurance managers and engineers, technical sales engineers, production supervisors, department heads, business owners and company presidents.
You can view class pictures from the last three decades of graduates from this long-standing and successful program.
The Industrial & Management Systems Engineering undergraduate program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, 415 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. Telephone: +1-406-347-7701.
ABET accreditation is an important seal of approval for many employers.
For more details on the curriculum, including the list of required courses, please visit the MSU Catalog.
Program questions can be directed to [email protected].