Industrial and Systems Engineering

You will focus on doing more with less—doing things better, cheaper, faster, more safely, and with less waste—while earning your Bachelor of Science degree in industrial and systems engineering at Wright State. You will be trained through core topics such as probability and statistics, ergonomics, system design, optimization, simulation, production systems, engineering economics, human factors, and usability engineering. Industrial engineers are employed in diverse work environments, including aerospace, health care, banking, manufacturing, defense, energy, technology, retail, and transportation.

What we offer

Combined Industrial and Systems Engineering, BS & Industrial and Human Factors Engineering, MS