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Industrial Engineering at SIUE
Industrial engineers design, produce and deliver quality products (parts or services) to customers at affordable prices in a timely manner.
This process involves not only designing and producing value-added products, but also planning and managing people, processes, systems,
equipment and other resources efficiently and cost-effectively. At SIUE, students learn the knowledge and skills necessary in engineering and
management and are uniquely positioned to work in a variety of industries, such as automobile and aircraft manufacturing industries, health care organizations,
shipping and logistics, and business.
SIUE graduates of the industrial engineering program are employed as industrial engineers, manufacturing/production engineers, quality engineers/managers,
operations/system engineers/managers, and process design engineers at various major corporations. These corporations include Boeing, Caterpillar, Inc., Pepsi,
Pinnacle Foods, Schnucks, Kraft Foods, Eaton Corporation, Nestle Purina, Lockheed Martin, Lowe's, GM, Mallinckrodt, Monsanto, Chrysler, Emerson Electric,
Motorola, American Airlines, USPS, Intelligrated Systems, Anheuser-Busch, BJC Health Care, AT&T and MasterCard, among other reputable companies.
TRANSFER STUDENTS - To maximize your transfer experience, complete the bolded courses/requirements pre-transfer AND satisfy either the Illinois Articulation
Initiative (IAI) General Ed Core or receive an AA, AS, or AAT (early childhood, special ed or math) degree from an IAI community college.
If 'Minor' requirements are shown, discuss careful course selection with the academic advising contact listed. Transfer Credit Equivalency Guides are located
Lower-Division Courses (Pre-Engineering)
Year 1 (Fall Semester)
Year 1 (Spring Semester)
Year 2 (Fall Semester)
Year 2 (Spring Semester)
Upper-Division Courses (Pre-Engineering)
Year 3 (Fall Semester)
Year 3 (Spring Semester)
Year 4 (Fall Semester)
Year 4 (Spring Semester)
Total Hours 126-128
To be admitted to the Bachelor of Science program, students must:
Degree requirements include the following: