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Department of Industrial Engineering
In the field of industrial engineering, engineering knowledge and scientific techniques are applied to the systematic planning and design of complex industrial, public, and service systems. Techniques are developed to improve the ability to manage these systems efficiently and measure and analyze their performance. Industrial engineers integrate human, technical, and econometrical resources to design, realize, and operate complex systems. In addition, by excelling in scientific problem solving and management techniques, their decision-making ability reduces costs and contributes to the growth of the organization, and ultimately to the development and stability of the national economy.
The following objectives
are set in order to realize an adaptable education system in this area.
- To train students to design, plan, and improve industrial systems consisting of humans, goods, and information
- To develop problem-solving skills by teaching scientific analysis and design, utilizing specialized knowledge from various areas such as mathematics, mechanics, and social science
- To develop the ability to plan, design, and inquire by quantitatively and qualitatively setting valuation measurement indicators, with an insight into actual complex systems
- To improve leadership skills and practical abilities, including the ability to set goals for organizations and plan innovative projects to improve the system
- To cultivate specialists who can creatively apply their specialty’s knowledge to analyzing transitions in technology, information, and the environment
The emergence of a new knowledge industry, including the development of new industrial and information technologies, will increase the demand for specialized industrial engineers. To address this anticipated need, the department focuses on developing logical thinking, creativity, and leadership skills..
Graduates enter various areas, including those listed below, and may become industry managers, engineers, and CEOs.