Our undergraduate degree in industrial engineering offers an application-oriented and industry-driven curriculum.
One of the fastest growing professions in the world, industrial engineering integrates people, capital, material, equipment and information in an efficient way to produce and distribute goods and services with high quality at a low cost.
Accredited both by the Commission for Academic Accreditation of the Ministry of Education's Higher Education Affairs Division in the United Arab Emirates and by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET in the United States, our Industrial Engineering (IE) Program offers a distinctive curriculum that combines engineering and managerial knowledge.
This new program complements the extensive engineering majors the University offers, making AUS unique in the region in the variety of engineering programs available.
The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering is a four-year program requiring a minimum of 140 credit hours for graduation. You will first develop broad and practical knowledge from general education courses (math, sciences, humanities and social sciences) and then take major courses in preparation for a career in the following professional areas:
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The mission of the industrial engineering program at AUS is to promote and maintain excellence in teaching and learning to equip students with strong core competencies in industrial engineering and empower them with the skills required for successful professional careers. The industrial engineering program promotes and enhances faculty expertise in research and development toward providing technical solutions for social challenges and community advancement through outreach activities and networking with regional and international organizations.
The objectives of the industrial engineering program are to produce graduates who will:
Upon graduation, an AUS graduate in industrial engineering should demonstrate:
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