Bachelor of Science
Industrial and entrepreneurial engineers are educated for the new economy, where entrepreneurs with technical skills have tremendous opportunities and career options. WMU's ABET-accredited program combines a traditional industrial engineering curriculum with an entrepreneurial focus that emphasizes design, creativity and innovation. IEE students learn from a combination of academic and practical experiences that complement subjects, such as engineering economics, quality control, supply-chain management, ergonomics, computer simulation, and operations. One unique feature of t he program allows students to apply 15 credit hours toward any minor they want.
In the industrial and entrepreneurial engineering program at WMU, you will have the opportunity to
- participate in hands-on projects with local industry
- qualify for our departmental scholarships
- join student organizations, including the Institute of Industrial Engineers.
Contact us for more information
Department of Industrial and Entrepreneurial Engineering and Engineering Management
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Western Michigan University
1903 W Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5336 USA
Phone: (269) 276-3350