Jump to: ISE Graduate Student Mentoring
The faculty take special pride in our graduate program; a program that provides our students with almost complete coverage of the field of industrial and systems engineering (ISE). Graduate study in ISE is available in the areas of:
- Engineering Administration (M.E.A.)
- General Industrial Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.)
- Human Factors Engineering and Ergonomics (M.S., Ph.D. in Cognitive Engineering, Human Factors of Systems & Product Design, and Occupational Ergonomics and Safety)
- Management Systems Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.)
- Manufacturing Systems Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.)
- Operations Research (M.S., Ph.D.)
- Systems Engineering (SYSE) (MS)
Please contact the following ISE personnel or web page for more information.
|General questions||Hannah Parks, Graduate Program Coordinator|
|MEA and SYSE programs||Paula Van Curen, Academic Advisor
Extended Campus Graduate Programs
ISE graduate student mentors are students that provide peer-to-peer engagement for new incoming ISE graduate students. They help to foster a sense of social and academic support for first year graduate students. ISE graduate student mentors are an available resource from the time you receive an admission to the ISE graduate program through your first year of graduate studies in ISE. The following students serve as ISE graduate student mentors for the 2015-2016 academic year:
The breadth of our program is further enhanced by the breadth and depth of research and of research sponsors. The ISE department has, or is affiliated with, dozens of research laboratories and centers, providing research and application experiences for graduate students. While working on a valuable advanced degree, most students are focused on a challenging problem for the improvement of systems, people, or society itself!