UF’s Department of Industrial and Systems engineering offers several educational opportunities for employees. Click on an opportunity below to make a request, or to find out more:
- 1. Outreach Engineering Management (OEM) Program
- 2. Online graduate education
- 3. Advanced or executive education
- 4. Research sabbaticals for your employees
UF ISE delivers the M.S. or M.E. in ISE degree with a concentration Engineering Management for working professionals. Classes are taught one weekend a month over 20-month period. The program is currently delivered in UF Research and Academic Center in Orlando. Students may elect to continue for another year of studies and earn an MBA. See www.ise.ufl.edu/oemp for more details.
UF ISE teaches 5-7 courses at the master’s level online leading to the M.S. or M.E. in ISE. Topics range from methodological (e.g., operations research and statistics) to applied (e.g. supply chain management, engineering economy and systems engineering). See www.ufedge.ufl.edu for more details.
UF ISE has the capability to develop and deliver advanced and executive level of education for companies. Based on mutually agreed upon educational learning outcomes and course duration, course material can be developed. The cost would depend on faculty effort and educational material development and delivery expenses.
UF ISE could host one of the company’s employees as a Visiting Research Scholar for a duration of 3-12 months. During this period, the employee, as a domain expert, can work with a faculty member as well as a graduate and/or undergraduate student to develop a solution to a problem that is of interest to the company. Depending on the scope of the work and faculty and student availability, this can be free of charge.