Prospective Career of the Graduates
Industrial engineers are employed in manufacturing and service industries. Several career options for industrial engineers include, are but not limited to, the following:
- Manufacturing Industry: Inventory Management, Logistics, Operation Management, Production Management, and Warehousing.
- Research and Development: Data Analysis, Environmental Protection and Preservation, and Human Factors Engineering.
- Service Industry: Client Management, Commercial Banking and Real Estate, Financial Consulting, Health Systems, and Human Resource Consulting.
- Business and Management: Business Strategy, Investment Banking, Management Analysis, Project Management, and Business Development.
- Education: Teaching and Research, consulting.
- Information Technology: Computer Integration, Database Design, Telecommunication, and Web Development.
Industrial Engineering Program is about designing, modifying, controlling, and improving complex systems. Therefore, a strong basis in the “queen of the sciences”, better known as mathematics, and computer science is a requirement in modeling and solving such complex systems. The Distance Learning Program in Industrial Engineering curriculum is structured in such a way that the students should master the following scientific fields: mathematics, physics, humanities/social sciences, computer science and management, general engineering sciences, industrial engineering core, lab sciences, professional engineering practice, and industrial engineering specialization.
Source : BINUS UNIVERSITY OFFICIAL CURRICULUM SITE