ISE at Rutgers

Industrial and systems engineers devise ways to make products and services better, safer, easier to use, less expensive, and more energy efficient. The ISE program at Rutgers is a rich educational experience that provides students with a broad engineering education along with specialization in a wide range of industrial engineering and manufacturing fields. Students have the opportunity for hands-on research in areas that include healthcare, energy, manufacturing, finance, transportation, and more.

Academic Programs

Bachelor of Science Degree
The undergraduate program focuses on classroom instruction fostered by learning in multi-disciplinary project-teams, finding engineering solutions to real-world industry problems. Courses include work design and ergonomics, optimization, simulation modeling, probability, stochastic processes, quality engineering, manufacturing processes, facilities layout, design of engineering systems, and more. Find out more>>
Master of Engineering and Master of Science Degrees
The master's programs in industrial and systems engineering at Rutgers provides students with a strong technical background and prepares them for leadership careers in this exciting and challenging profession. Students may chose from three options: industrial and systems engineering, quality and reliability engineering, and production and manufacturing systems engineering. Find out more>>
Doctoral Degree
The PhD program in industrial and systems engineering at Rutgers is primarily research-oriented with a focus on original contributions in a specialized concentration. Find out more>>