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Bachelor of Industrial and Systems Engineering

Why this degree?

The department of Industrial and Systems Engineering offers a Bachelor of Industrial Systems and Engineering with a curriculum that draws on specialized skills in the mathematical, physical and social sciences to develop the ability to deal with economic, technical and human performance considerations in design, analysis and control of industrial and service systems.

You are eligible to apply if...

You  are moving from pre-engineering to become an  in-major engineering student and have fulfilled these prerequisites:

  • Successful completion of Calculus I & Calculus II with a grade of C or better
  • Successful completion of two sciences (Chemistry & Physics or Physics I & Physics II), -COMP 1200 (Matlab); ENGR 1100 (Engineering Orientation) and ENGR 1110 (Introduction to Engineering)

Also, transfer students with at least 30 semester hours at another college or university and have obtained a minimum 2.5 GPA may apply.

To complete the program you must...

  • Complete 120 hours of coursework, including 18 hours of core humanities and social sciences, 18 credit hours of mathematics, 12 credit hours of science and 72 credit hours of in-major and supporting coursework
  • Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA

What can you expect?

Once a student has completed the pre-IE requirements and has been moved into the major, they will meet with the department’s undergraduate advisor, MacKenzi Griggers, mrg0014@auburn.edu

Applying for the Bachelor of Industrial and Systems Engineering

Undergraduate Admissions

http://www.auburn.edu/admissions/