Oregon State School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering Industrial engineering (IE) is a profession dedicated to the design, integration, and optimization of systems of people and machines that produce and deliver high quality goods and services. Oregon State University's graduate studies in Industrial Engineering are designed to prepare students for an industrial, academic, service or government career. While MIME no longer maintains a printed IE Graduate Program Manual, the last updated version of this document can be downloaded for historical reference only.

To be eligible for graduate studies in the industrial engineering graduate program at Oregon State University, applicants must have a baccalaureate or master’s degree in science, mathematics, engineering, computer science, or business as well as at least one course in each of the following preparatory areas: linear algebra, statistics, engineering economy and computer programming.

Degrees Offered in Industrial Engineering

Doctoral Studies in IE       •      Master of Science in IE       •       Master of Engineering in IE      •      Minor in IE


Graduate Options for Industrial Engineering

oregon state school of mechanical, industrial and manufacturing engineeringPlease review the Graduate Options in Industrial Engineering below . (You will major in one of these options, and may choose a second option as a minor.)