Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
About the Department
The Department of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management at Western New England University is committed to providing an outstanding educational experience for its students.
The Industrial Engineering undergraduate curriculum integrates theory, laboratory, and project work to give you a well-rounded foundation that will prepare you to enter the profession and/or graduate study.
The Department of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management oversees:
- BS in Industrial Engineering
- Five-year BS/MS in Industrial Engineering
- MS in Industrial Engineering
- MS in Engineering Management
- PhD in Engineering Management
Vision and Mission
The Department of Industrial Engineering's primary goal is to effectively teach industrial engineering at the undergraduate level and engineering management at the graduate level. The department is guided by our Advisory Board, which consists of alumni; faculty from other Industrial Engineering programs; and working professionals from local, regional, and national companies. We are very proud of our students who continue to be very successful, sought after individuals who constantly serve as ambassadors for our major.
Industrial Engineering at Western New England University will be a regional and national leader in communicating engineering knowledge and innovation associated with designing, operating, and improving processes for producing and delivering products and services. The Industrial Engineering major will educate the utilization of resources, including people, equipment, capital, materials, information, and energy. This will be accomplished by the use of classroom, and laboratory instruction supplemented by repeated exposure to actual industrial projects in "learning beyond the classroom" opportunities.
Program leading to BS in Industrial Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.