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The mission of the undergraduate program is to provide a top quality, state-of-the-art education in industrial and systems engineering and to foster leading-edge instruction. The program seeks national recognition by peer institutions and key employers of industrial and systems engineering graduates.
The objective of the industrial and systems engineering program is to produce graduates who
- Will be successful professionals in industrial and systems engineering or other disciplines,
- Can acquire advanced knowledge through continuing education or advanced degree programs, and
- Can become active leaders in their profession and/or community.
The B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering requires 125 credits of coursework. This includes 9 credits of technical electives. Note that a grade of C or better is required for all Industrial and Systems Engineering courses while a UF GPA of 2.5 is required for all critical-tracking coursework. Consult your catalog for specific requirements and be sure to complete the Graduation Checklist when ready.
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