The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) is the largest industrial engineering program in the country and has maintained its U.S. News & World Report No. 1 ranking for more than 25 years. Industrial engineers work at the intersection of engineering, mathematics, computing, and business to design and improve the systems behind many of the products and services that touch your life every day. If you are thinking about a future as an industrial engineer, ISyE is a natural place to begin your career path. Students have access to world-class faculty and excellent options for research and education.
Undergrad Degree Programs
Graduate Degree Programs
- MS: Industrial Engineering
- MS: Supply Chain Engineering
- MS: Analytics
- MS: Analytics Online
- MS: Operations Research
- MS: Statistics
- MS: Health Systems
- MS: Quantitative & Computational Finance
- MS:Computational Science and Engineering
- PhD: Algorithms, Combinatorics, & Optimization
- PhD: Bioinformatics
- PhD: Computational Science and Engineering
- PhD: Industrial Engineering
- PhD: Operations Research
- PhD: Machine Learning
Ben Wang, executive director of the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute (GTMI) and the Eugene C. Gwaltney Jr. Chair in Manufacturing Systems for the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
Shown in a Delta maintenance facility are Todd Herrington, general manager of fleet projects at the company, and Chuck Zhang, a professor in Georgia Tech's Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
Valerie Thomas at the Georgia Tech electrical substation on Northside Drive