Student Info

Being in Industrial and Systems Engineering is a demanding major, but it is not all work. Our students are involved in many different activities across campus. Some of these are ISE related, and others are not.

Some of the ISE related activities are:

Institute of Industrial Engineers - IIE is our professional organization, and it gives our students a chance to interact with other students in the department, and other universities. It also gives students a chance to network with companies, and attend informational sessions about issues such as resume writing, finding internships, and interviewing skills. It also helps to bridge the gap between younger students and older students. Ms. Lu Ann Sims is the Faculty Advisor.

Alpha Pi Mu - This is the Industrial and Systems Engineering national honor society. It is open to outstanding juniors, seniors, and graduate students. This society also allows students excellent networking opportunities, as well as a chance to get to know more students within the department. Dr. Kevin Gue is the Faculty Advisor.

Substitutions -
Industrial and Systems Engineering Course Substitution Policies

  • Couse Substitutions must be discussed with Ms. Sims BEFORE the beginning of the term.
  • Course substitutions are rarely allowed only if scheduling problems prevent you from taking the required course.

BET Accommodation
Three hours of BET credit (specifically, ENGR/BUSI 4980 - Capstone Project II Design Project) may be substituted for three hours of Technical Elective.

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Last Updated: Jun 12, 2013