Industrial and Systems Engineers make organized work and human effort more effective and efficient for industry, education and science. The ISE Graduate Program at UF trains engineers in advanced skills to structure and develop solutions to complex problems in real-world systems. We focus training on data analysis and modeling methods as well as design practice across other disciplines of ISE. Master’s and Ph.D. Students can expect to develop world-class capabilities in process, system and human performance measurement, optimization modeling, and methods design and implementation. Our graduate curriculum also provides students with exposure to different application areas including human systems, health systems, production systems, and transportation systems, among others.
The ISE Department offers a two master’s degrees:
Master of Science (M.S.): Can be completed with or without a thesis
Master of Engineering (M.E.): Requires an undergraduate engineering degree and can be completed with or without a thesis
The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Florida has four master’s program options to accommodate all students:
- The on-campus option includes a traditional 30-credit hour M.S. or M.E.
- UF Electronic Delivery of Gator Engineering (EDGE) is a 31 credit hour online degree program that offers both M.S. and M.E. degrees. The program provides for flexibility terms of class schedule for off-campus students.
- UF Research & Engineering Education Facility (REEF) is a 31-credit hour online program through UF EDGE that offers M.S. degrees only. This program is offered to students from the Eglin Air Force Base community, located in Shalimar, FL.
- The Outreach Engineering Management (OEM) degree program is for working professionals who wish to receive an M.S. or M.E. degree in ISE with a concentration in Engineering Management.
For a list of graduate courses and descriptions, click HERE.
*All master’s students are required to register for the Graduate Seminar Course, EIN 6918 (01 credit) in their first year of study.