The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, abet.org
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If this sounds like a fascinating career choice, Lawrence Tech’s Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering might be the degree for you. The program covers operations research, modeling and simulation, quality, reliability, product development, system design, statistical methods, facility planning, work design and standardization, engineering management, ergonomics, finance, supply chain, logistics, healthcare systems, and business operations. You can also take advantage of Lawrence Tech’s association with industry-sponsored projects to solve problems related to a company’s product development, process, and systems issues, gaining hands-on experience that ensures your workforce readiness. Some of the senior electives can be applied towards masters in other engineering and non-engineering programs, making it possible for you to move fast through the academic career path.
During my time at LTU, the Industrial Engineering Program has offered class projects that have prepared me for real-world applications for each topic covered by my degree. Small class sizes have allowed for personal connections with classmates and professors, which offers great networking opportunities. The Industrial Engineering Program has prepared me to be a well-rounded, competitive member in my field.