The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering is dedicated providing the necessary resources to prepare students for a successful careers in industrial and systems engineering and other related disciplines. We offer on-campus as well as online programs so that all students can choose which academic journey best fits their needs.
Declaring ISE as your major
Looking to declare Industrial and Systems Engineering as your major? If you are a freshman and need to declare a major, visit the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering’s Advising Office in 204 Weil Hall. Second year students and above will need to speak with one of the ISE undergraduate advisors.
Click HERE for the requirements for Industrial and Systems Engineering.
Popular Minor Degrees for ISE
ISE undergraduates have the opportunity to broaden their education and make themselves more marketable to a field of interest by taking a minor in another department. There are over 100 minors available to undergraduate students at the University of Florida. With the approval of the undergraduate coordinator, students may receive technical elective credit for courses required in a minor.
A few minors that could be of potential interest to ISE majors are: Actuarial Science, Business Administration, Computer and Information Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Leadership, Materials Science and Engineering, Mathematics, Nuclear and Radiological Engineering, Packaging Science, Physics, Public Leadership, Sales Engineering, Statistics, Sustainability Studies, Urban and Regional Planning.
To declare a minor, you will need to fill out this FORM.
Course Overview and Additional Opportunities in ISE
Take a look at the Industrial and Systems Engineering courses and their descriptions HERE.
Students can pursue their interests in doing research with any faculty member. To learn about current research in industrial and systems engineering, see the department’s centers and labs and the web sites of individual faculty members. Contact the directors of centers and laboratories or individual faculty members directly to discuss research possibilities.