Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering*

Students have the opportunity to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from University of Central Florida.

What you should know about the BSc in Industrial Engineering:

Industrial Engineering focuses on the design, improvement and integration of systems, products and processes. Our program is designed on a foundation in mathematics, science and engineering basics leading to developing knowledge and understanding of systems modeling and optimization, quality, lean operations, supply chain and human applications in industry, business, health systems, services and government.

The University of Central Florida is # 1 workforce supplier worldwide for Lockheed Martin, Harris Corporation and Siemens Energy. Moreover, it is ranked as the 7th best graduate engineering school for Hispanics by Hispanic Business Magazine (2014).

What to know about the Accelerated Bachelors to Masters Track at UCF:

The Accelerated BSc to MS program in Industrial Engineering allows highly qualified University of Central Florida undergraduate majors in Industrial Engineering to begin taking graduate level courses that will count toward their master’s degree while completing their baccalaureate degree program. Students apply for admission to the accelerated program in either their junior year or senior year.

What are some areas of research at UCF:

  • Human-System Integration and Ergonomics
  • Operations Research
  • Production, Supply Chain and Service Engineering
  • Modeling and Simulation

*As a condition for offering a University of Central Florida bachelor’s degree program at the Center for Global Education (CGE), a minimum number of students determined by the CGE must be registered for the program. If the minimum number is not reached by the end of the registration process, the students will be notified immediately. In the event that a student has already paid the tuition for the semester cancelled, that amount and the registration fee will be refunded.

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