The School of MIME delivers a top-tier, hands-on undergraduate engineering education. The students in our programs complete rigorous foundational coursework and tackle industry-sponsored engineering projects.
They engage in a wide variety of extracurricular activities and win international competitions. They complete internships and work with world-class researchers. They contribute their talents to local and international service projects. And the hours they spend in the state-of-the-art research labs ground their conceptual engineering knowledge in practical experience while honing their designing, building, and testing skills.
MIME graduates are systems thinkers, global collaborators, innovative designers and problem solvers. They have all of the necessary tools for moving into successful careers in industry or continuing their engineering studies at the graduate level.
Are you interested in opening doors to a challenging and fulfilling career in industry or academe? Do you want to work on an interdisciplinary research team and develop new solutions to pressing societal issues? What about presenting your work at international conferences?
If you have a strong academic background, a passion for both independent and collaborative learning – and if you thrive in a culture of interdisciplinarity, diversity and innovation – please explore the opportunities available to graduate students in the School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering.
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With globalization and organizational streamlining, technical experts such as engineers, technologists, and scientists also are expected to manage the technical workforce, in addition to performing the highly technical job functions.
For most engineers, the decision point to choose the path between technical specialty or technical management comes between three to seven years after graduating with an engineering degree.
Managing in a technological environment involves both technical and non-technical skills. Combined with the fact that the modern engineering enterprise is now characterized by geographically dispersed and multi-cultural organizations, engineering management is more relevant than ever.
Engineers must continue to redefine their roles to remain relevant in the modern economy.
This program offers a Master of Engineering degree in Industrial Engineering with the option in Engineering Management for students with a bachelor of science degree in any of the STEM-related (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields.