Since 1923, the Fenn College of Engineering has provided a tradition of high-quality undergraduate and graduate education in engineering and engineering technology. In our technological society, engineering is increasingly important in the global marketplace of business and industry. In fact, since the present and future well-being of the metropolitan Cleveland area is intricately linked with continued industrial growth, educated professionals such as engineers and technologists are in great demand.
Industrial engineers organize the people, information, energy, materials and machines involved in any process that produces goods and services. As an Industrial Engineer, you may participate in long-range planning; discover a new way to assemble a product that will prevent worker injuries; train workers how to operate new equipment; use software programs to analyze equipment maintenance requirements; or, write proposals to justify the purchase of new equipment. Industrial engineering is known as “people-oriented engineering.”
Fenn College’s curriculum in Industrial Engineering prepares students for successful careers in the following occupations: management engineer, ergonomist, operations analyst, and quality engineer, among others. Graduates are employed in manufacturing industries such as steel, automotives, pharmaceuticals, and telecommunications, as well as in service industries such as health care, transportation, government, and consulting.
Career opportunities for industrial engineers are excellent, with projected growth between 10-20 percent through 2012. Engineering ranks among the highest paid professional fields.
Here are just a few of the many special opportunities that Cleveland State University’s Fenn College of Engineering offers:
A variety of scholarships are available for exceptional students as incoming freshmen and at different class levels. An Honor’s Program is also available for qualified students.
Bachelor of Industrial Engineering students are required to complete 128 hours (excluding orientation and co-op) of course work that includes university, college and major requirements. Adhering to the recommended sequence outlined below provides a balanced workload and ensures that students will have the proper prerequisites and knowledge for maximum benefit of these courses.
* Not required for transfer students.
** Required for all Industrial Engineering students.
*** Required for freshmen and transfer students admitted to Engineering College Fall, 2003 and after.
For more information, contact:
Fenn College of Engineering
Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Avenue, SH 104
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214
For official requirements for a degree in this major, see the Undergraduate Catalog.