Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering, Bachelor of Science
The manufacturing industry in the United States is at a crossroads, and industrial & manufacturing engineers are needed to lead the way in discovering innovative ways to produce quality products quickly and efficiently.
If you were the sort of kid who loved problem solving and taking things apart just to see if you could put them back together again, you were made for an industrial & manufacturing career. The specialties of an industrial & manufacturing engineer vary; some may be more involved in prototype design and development, while others may focus more on how a product can be mass produced.
Minors that pair well with industrial and manufacturing engineering are:
Due to the curriculum of many engineering programs, adding a minor may increase the time it takes to graduate.
Some career opportunities that our students have available to them with a bachelor of science in industrial and manufacturing engineering are:
- Computer Aided Design (CAD)
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