Gain skills at the intersection of analytics, business, and engineering.
Join the #3 Best Undergraduate Industrial Engineering Program
Industrial and operations engineers seek to describe, predict and optimize the performance of complex societal systems. We use analytics, data science and human systems integration to have a positive societal impact for the common good.
Our graduates are highly multi-disciplinary and find career opportunities in a wide range of pursuits including engineering, business consulting, management, entrepreneurship and more.
Undergraduate Industrial Engineering program in U.S. News & World Report (2023)
Average entry-level salary of U-M IOE bachelor’s graduates (2020-2021)
Of our students achieved their desired career outcome within 6 months of graduation.
WHERE CAN AN INDUSTRIAL AND OPERATIONS ENGINEERING DEGREE TAKE YOU?
Oluwakemi Johnson speaks about her experience as a Posse Foundation Scholarship recipient, a University of Michigan IOE DEI Committee member, and how she found her way to the U-M IOE degree program.
Elinoa discusses the numerous activities she participates in on campus, and why she chose IOE as a major with a computer science minor.
The University of Michigan Collaborative Lab for Advancing Work in Space participated in the NASA SUITS Challenge at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. They developed an augmented reality system to help astronauts navigate the moon.
This award recognizes industrial engineering undergraduate students who have distinguished themselves through the excellence of scholarship and campus leadership. Every year three students receive this honor, making this a prestigious award.
University of Michigan Industrial and Operations Engineering (U-M IOE) undergraduate student, Wilson MacRitchie comes from a long line of U-M engineers. Now it’s 2022 and MacRitchie is set to graduate with a degree from U-M IOE.
During Hirth’s time at U-M Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) she has contributed to finding solutions for real-world problems and systems within both Michigan Medicine and in Wayne County.
GET YOUR MASTER’S IN ONE YEAR
The Rackham Sequential Undergraduate/Graduate Studies (SUGS) program allows current U-M students to complete an undergraduate and Master’s degree in five years.