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- Our graduates work at BMW, General Electric, Bank of America, ExxonMobil, Fluor Corp., Boeing and Microsoft.
- Clemson’s industrial engineering department is ranked as one of the top-25 programs in the nation, according to U.S.News & World Report Graduate Guide.
- In 2010, the average starting salary of our graduates was $64,000.
- Banks, hospitals, manufacturing and warehousing industries and government agencies all depend on the skills of industrial engineers.
Industrial engineering is all about systems — people, environment and equipment. Industrial engineers design how everybody and everything works — from airport security checkpoints to emergency evacuations — in order to help companies operate effectively and competitively. But it’s more than just building systems. As an industrial engineering major, you’ll learn how this diverse discipline will allow you flexibility in your future career path. We teach you how to manage people, machines and systems so you will be prepared to be the next-generation engineer or executive. Industrial engineering is one of the fastest growing and most sought after professions in the world, and our graduates work in industries from manufacturing to service to banking.