Prospective Career of the Graduate

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:
  1. Manufacturing Industry: Inventory Management, Logistics, Operation Management, Production Management, and Warehousing.
  2. Research and Development: Data Analysis, Environmental Protection and Preservation, and Human Factors Engineering.
  3. Service Industry: Client Management, Commercial Banking and Real Estate, Financial Consulting, Health Systems, and Human Resource Consulting.
  4. Business and Management: Business Strategy, Investment Banking, Management Analysis, Project Management, and Business Development.
  5. Education: Teaching and Research, consulting.
  6. Information Technology: Computer Integration, Database Design, Telecommunication, and Web Development.
Curriculum 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.