Industrial and systems engineers, like other engineers, are problem solvers. They design, streamline and improve complex processes and systems for maximum efficiency, whether the goal is to save time, save money, improve quality — or all three. Industrial and systems engineers are in high demand in nearly every sector of the economy, from manufacturing and service industries to energy.
At Wayne State's College of Engineering, you'll learn from nationally renowned faculty experts and benefit from our High Impact Practices of Student Success: team-based learning, global perspective, undergraduate research, internships and co-ops, and community service.
Director of the Wayne State Engineering Management Master's Program. Recipient of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS®) President's Award. Renowned author and expert on the impact of globalization on engineering and manufacturing management functions in addition to structured decision-making in engineering management.Kenneth Chelst
- Fourth annual Big Data and Business Analytics Symposium begins March 23 at Wayne State
- WSU College of Engineering to celebrate National Engineers Week
- Health care systems experts to gather for inaugural symposium at Wayne State University
- Wayne State students enjoy special day with Yazaki engineers at North American International Auto Show
- CURES Seminar: Ionic Liquid Electrochemistry and Biointerface Design for Sensors - Feb. 23
- WATER@Wayne Seminar: "Fish in the city: the roles of habitat use and foraging in urban aquatic ecosystems"
- Google @Wayne State Virtual Event
- Write Winning Grants Seminar in Hypothesis Driven Research - March 2, 2017