Whether you study on-campus or in Manhattan, Industrial and Systems Engineering graduate courses at Binghamton University offer unique, internationally recognized, transdisciplinary learning and research experiences.
As an industrial and systems engineer, you'll study complex systems and look for simplifying solutions across all environments and fields of study, including manufacturing, management, health systems and social sciences.
- PhD in Industrial and Systems Engineering
- MS in Industrial and Systems Engineering
- MS in Industrial and Systems Engineering with Health Systems concentration
- MS in Industrial and Systems Engineering: Executive Health Systems concentration in Manhattan
Selected Research Topics
- Applied Statistics and Design of Experiments
- Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
- Computer Integrated Manufacturing
- Data Mining
- Electronics Packaging and Manufacturing
- Healthcare Systems
- Human Factors and Ergonomics
- Manufacturing Process Control and Design
- Neural Network Modeling
- Supply Chain Modeling and Management
- System Optimization
Required Course Descriptions, Electives
Master's in Industrial and Systems Engineering
Students must complete four required courses while maintaining at least a B average. Students will choose between SSIE 553 and SSIE 561
- SSIE 505 - Applied Probability & Statist.
- SSIE 510 - Enterprise Systems Engineering
- SSIE 520 - Modeling And Simulation
- SSIE 553 - Operations Research
- SSIE 561 - Quality Assurance For Engineer
4 electives (at least one at 600-level) plus 6 credits of thesis work followed by oral presentation and defense.
5 electives (at least one at 600-level) plus a project of at least 3 credits.
PhD in Industrial and Systems Engineering
Degree requirements include:
- satisfaction of the learning contract, including proficiency in teaching and residence requirements
- pass a comprehensive exam
- presentation of a colloquium on proposed research
- acceptance of a prospectus outlining dissertation research
- submission of a dissertation, and
- defense of a dissertation at oral examination
Admission to the program occurs on a rolling basis.