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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.

Educational Objectives:

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.

Degree Requirements:

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.

Continuous Improvements:

Click below for the list of changes or improvements to our curriculum in a reverse chronological order.

On-going changes and improvements to the undergraduate curriculum.

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