Industrial engineers design and improve systems that use people, machines, information, materials, and energy to make and deliver products or provide services. They improve system performance by solving problems whose outcomes are influenced by complicated and uncertain interactions. If you are thinking about a career as an industrial engineer, the Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) is a natural place to begin your career path. As the top-ranked program of its kind, it will give you access to world-class faculty and excellent options for research and education. Georgia Tech's program features a track option that allow students to either obtain a broad industrial engineering education or specialize in economic and financial systems; operations research; quality and statistics; or supply chain engineering.
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
- MS: International Logistics
- PhD: Algorithms, Combinatorics, & Optimization
- PhD: Bioinformatics
- Ph.D: Computational Science and Engineering
- PhD: Industrial Engineering
- PhD: Operations Research
- PhD: Machine Learning
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
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.