Master’s Program Objectives
The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering’s Graduate Program’s mission is to provide our students with marketable skills as well as preparing them to pursue further graduate work and/or independent research. Studies at the master’s level culminates in the Master of Science (M.S.) or Master of Engineering (M.E.) degree. The M.E. degree requires an undergraduate engineering degree. The M.S. can be completed with or without a thesis.
Doctorate Program Objectives
The doctoral program in Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Florida covers the areas of data analytics, health systems engineering, human-systems engineering, operations research (including deterministic and stochastic processes), risk management and financial engineering, and supply chain and logistics systems. Application areas include energy systems, financial engineering, healthcare, manufacturing systems, security systems, supply chain management, and transportation systems.
Areas of Concentration
- Data Analytics
- Engineering Management
- Health Systems
- Human Systems
- Information Technology
- Operations Research
- Quantitative Finance
- Supply Chain & Logistics
Applicants must meet the UF Graduate School Requirements, as well as the ISE Graduate Program requirements.
To apply to the ISE Graduate Program, applicants must complete the following:
- Meet all UF Graduate School requirements
- Students are expected to have had undergraduate courses in the following areas
- Probability and/or statistics
- Matrix Methods
- Computer Programming