Bridging Theory and Practice: Ph.D. Curriculum for Real-World Impact

About the Program

The program aims at producing Ph.D. graduates who are equipped with a good scientific mindset and adequate technical skills to independently conduct original research and a professional perspective of being leaders in expanding the Industrial Engineering discipline.

Program Learning Outcomes

A graduate of the Ph.D. in IE program would be able to:

  • Create novel and state-of-the-art IE models and/or products (services or goods) that can address current and future research problems.
  • Solve real-world problems, improve product design, or break frontiers of the IE body of knowledge through the independent conduct of original research, following scientifically accepted methods.
  • Effectively communicate IE concepts as well as research methods and findings in oral and written format.
  • Solve complex IE problems by drawing from substantive knowledge of IE and interdisciplinary collaboration.
  • Practice ethical and legal standard in research, teaching, and professional service as an industrial engineer engaged in teaching public service research or industry practice.

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