Industrial Engineering M.S.
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- Program Type:
- Online Master
- Engineering and Computer Science
Transform yourself into a highly skilled graduate who is prepared to be an industrial engineer, engineering manager or technical professional, or leader for the global economy through the online Master of Science programs in industrial engineering. You’ll be prepared for further graduate work or independent research, and you can design your program to focus on one or more of the research areas below. No matter which area(s) you choose, your UCF Online education will provide you with opportunities to continue or begin your career as an industrial engineer.
Industrial Engineering, in its broad nature, focuses on the design and improvement of systems, products and processes. A total systems approach is used to optimize the various aspects of operations in both manufacturing and service industries. Industrial engineers use many analytical approaches to improve productivity, safety, and quality of working life while reducing operating costs.
The Industrial Engineering programs are structured to support the emergence of Central Florida as a national center of high technology as well as supporting the diverse service industries in the region and throughout the nation.
In the Industrial Engineering MS programs, students are able to individually craft their programs of study and select their courses to focus in one or more of the following research areas.
These are the core values at UCF, and our community of thinkers, helpers and makers pushes boundaries and shifts paradigms to solve the world’s most pressing problems. A great university can unleash the potential to change the world. Listed as one of the most innovative universities in the nation by the U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges 2018 Guide, UCF specializes in providing high-quality distance learning options for those talented students and working professionals who are unable to physically attend our Orlando campus or our 12 Central Florida locations.