Our alumni are earn the title of Industrial Engineer trained to work in any country offering expert support in management and suggesting solutions to managers at all levels by using scientific methods. Careers options are also possible in public, commercial, service, industrial, design, health institutions, and even military sectors. Moreover, graduates can also pursue master’s degree in any subject relevant to industrial engineering. The academic staff, in addition to offering courses, undertake scientific research and present them in conferences or publish them in journals. Some of these studies are on current issues such as job security and workers’ health, engineering management, and industry-environment relationship management. In addition to the curriculum courses, students not only visit industrial plants on technical trips, but also attend conferences abroad presenting studies of their completed projects.
The Industrial Engineering Program has harmony between theoretical, practical, and elective courses. The elective courses allow students to benefit from the fields of computer sciences, basic sciences, administration sciences, contemporary communications, statistics, and the science of probability. The theoretical components of the courses are enhanced by course projects, graduation projects, and 20-day summer internships, which lead to the consolidation of gained knowledge and increase career opportunities. Students’ knowledge and abilities increase by using specialized software involving the human factor in the ergonomics laboratory offering a suitable environment for design development. Therefore, it enables both the production and service sectors to function more effectively.
Graduates of the Department of Industrial Engineering have the skills and knowledge gained during their undergraduate education and they continue their professional and personal development by internalizing lifelong learning. They can take on planning and management duties in national and international studies through their self-confidence, leadership and communication skills. Within the scope of the production and service sectors, they can designate and define problems through system approach, plan relevant solution stages, and suggest alternative solutions. They can also conduct national and international studies through these skills.