Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISE)

Industrial & Systems Engineering is the branch of engineering which deals with the optimization of complex processes or systems. Industrial and systems engineers work to eliminate waste of time, money, materials, man-hours, machine time, energy and other resources that do not generate value for an organization.

Industrial and Systems Engineers (ISE) are known for solving complex problems requiring the integration of people, technologies, materials, and environments.  We have students who bring intellectual, interpersonal, and innovative talents that are value-added for any organization.

Industrial & Sys tems Engineering (ISE) project topics:

    • Activity Based Costing
    • Plant & Warehouse Layout
Capacity Analysis Process Analysis & Improvement
Ergonomics & Safety Analysis Quality Control
      • Inventory Analysis & Control
      • Six Sigma & Lean Six Sigma
Materials Handling Analysis Storage Analysis & Layout
Plant Safety & Compliance Supply Chain Analysis

Engineering Expertise

The College of Engineering has seven departments and offers—23 degrees in all—undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs. Typical projects will tie the work to academic requirements and faculty from the department will serve as the advisors for individual projects.

What to Expect

The project begins with a set of deliverables and ends with a project presentation by the student team to the industry sponsors. The CBBE, ISE, and ME departments currently participate in the NCMEP@NCAT projects.
NCMEP Project Development Specialist

phone: (336) 290-7722

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