The Master of Engineering in Industrial Engineering (M.Eng.) was designed specifically for working professionals who want a high-quality, advanced degree in supply chain logistics and want to remain employed full-time. With the knowledge gained in pursuing this degree, students are able to improve and optimize the supply chain wherever they work – manufacturing, distribution, banking, healthcare, and tourism, as well as in capital projects and construction. Since the program’s inception in 2008, it has quickly gained acclaim across a wide range of businesses and industries.
The curriculum provides a diversified knowledge base of information and techniques for improving current supply chain processes, as well as durable tools and concepts that graduates will use to face the challenges of tomorrow.
The following requirements must be met to be considered for admission to the online Masters of Engineering in Industrial Engineering:
To accommodate the demanding schedules of full-time professionals, all classes are offered asynchronously via web-based technologies. Lectures can be downloaded to personal computers, iPods/iPads, or other mobile devices for convenient viewing. There are no residency requirements, and since the courses are self-paced and accessible on the web, students can pursue the degree from anywhere in the world as long as a sufficient Internet connection is available.
The curriculum for the M.Eng. program is comprised of 10 three-credit hour graduate courses. Five of these classes contain core industrial engineering knowledge while the other five classes focus on applications within the concentration area of the capital projects supply chain.
South Carolina is a member of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) and Clemson University (CU) is an approved SARA institution, which means we adhere to established standards for offering post-secondary e-learning programs in all member states. Please review our state authorizations to see if this program is offered in your state and our process for student complaints against the university.
For more information about this online program, please visit the M.Eng. in Industrial Engineering's department webpage, or contact Jess LeCroy, email@example.com, 864-656-2035 or William Ferrel, firstname.lastname@example.org, 864-656-2724.