The Master of Science in Industrial and Management Systems Engineering allows you the flexibility to explore different aspects of industrial engineering. Examples of emphasis areas include: inventory systems, supply chain management, simulation, manufacturing, ergonomics, and engineering management.
The Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering is an inter-disciplinary degree focused on manufacturing. As part of this program, you would take courses from Industrial Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
The Master of Engineering in Engineering Management is a professional practice-oriented advanced degree. The degree program is for individuals with a degree in engineering or a quantitative area who have engineering work experience and who wish to acquire knowledge and skills for the administration and management in the engineering profession. The degree is designed to combine advanced engineering and management education. This applied degree is primarily focused to meet the needs of practicing engineers working in Nebraska and is not recommended for international students or for students preparing for doctoral studies in engineering. The Master of Engineering in Engineering Management program is also offered online and is administered through the Extended Education & Outreach Department. Information for online Master of Engineering in Engineering Management Program: http://onlinegraduate.unl.edu/programs/masters/engineering/index.shtml
The Industrial and Management Systems Engineering Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers a program of graduate study leading to the doctoral degree in Industrial Engineering through a unified Ph.D. program governed by the College of Engineering and Technology Graduate Engineering Board.
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