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Online Master of Engineering (MENG)

Clemson University’s online Master of Engineering in Industrial Engineering (IE MENG) is designed for working professionals who want to earn a high-quality, graduate degree in engineering while employed full-time

Established in 2008, our Industrial Engineering MENG program boosts an average enrollment of 80 students from around the globe. As a result, IE MENG cohorts are small enough to build meaningful relationships with peers, but diverse enough to provide varying perspectives to real-world challenges. Graduates of our 100% online MENG program possess the skills to improve supply chain systems in a variety of industries. Our graduates have secured technical and leadership positions in manufacturing, distribution, banking, healthcare, and tourism sectors – as well as in capital projects and construction.

All Industrial Engineering MENG courses are offered 100% online via Canvas and are asynchronous. Courses are self-paced within each academic term – enabling students to complete work at their own pace while staying on track for on-time graduation. Coursework integrates fundamental concepts and tools from industrial engineering, civil engineering, and management. Our MENG curriculum provides a diversified knowledge base of information and techniques for improving current supply chain processes, as well as durable tools and concepts that carry over as graduates face the challenges of tomorrow.

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100% Online              No GRE Requirement               No US Residency Requirement

Online Masters

M.Eng. Online
"All too often, capital project professionals become immersed with the differences between each project and how to adjust rather than analyzing the similarities to streamline the activities.  The M.Eng. program at Clemson provided a wide array of tools and methodologies to optimize various processes associated with capital projects.  The increased usage of statistical tools, process mapping and the consolidation of efforts both up and down the supply chain will increase efficiencies and ultimately lead to lower overall project costs, which in today’s environment is the key to winning new work and successful execution."

Frank M.
Project Procurement Manager