UofL’s M.S. in Industrial Engineering is designed for working professionals across a variety of industry backgrounds looking to expand their technical engineering skills, as well as business understanding, and prepare to lead a diverse team
The MS degree program is suitable for individuals with an accredited baccalaureate degree in engineering or from any other discipline (e.g. mathematics, business, psychology, physics, and alike). Applicants with a baccalaureate degree other than Industrial Engineering should consult with the Director of Graduate Studies (Dr. Lihui Bai) in the Department of Industrial Engineering on their readiness and necessary remedial work in order to succeed. The University of Louisville is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACSCOC) to award master’s degrees.
Two academic plans: traditional classroom format or entirely online.
Areas of Study: Engineering Management, Operations Research, Logistics/Supply Chain, Six Sigma and Lean, Data Analytics/Machine Learning, Human Factors/User Experience, and Advanced Manufacturing
Credit Hours. Complete 10 courses, chosen from a list designed to prepare you to discover the power of material science.
Multi-disciplinary training from more than 11 faculty
An IE degree will allow you to contribute at all levels of product or service innovation, from design inception to delivery to the end user. The depth and breadth of knowledge embedded in this degree will provide a boost to your professional career at a pace convenient to you. You will gain the expertise and skills needed to undertake higher responsibilities in your current role, rise up in your company, and/or pursue a new role in a growing area. UofL MSIE graduates have landed jobs at leading companies such as Tesla, Boeing, Disney, Johnson & Johnson, UPS, and eBay in positions including: