Three Bradley IMET programs are fully accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). The programs are (1) industrial engineering, (2) manufacturing engineering and (3) manufacturing engineering technology.
IMET programs have been rated among the top three in the nation for several years by US News and World report among non-PhD granting schools in 2009.
Students can apply additional scholarship (about $100,000 per year) in the departmental level besides university level scholarships.
“Manufacturing Laboratory for Next Generation Engineers,” the state-of-the-art laboratory funded by a $2M federal grant from the Department of Defense.
Average salary for new graduates with B.S. Industrial Engineering degree is more than $60,000 in 2011.
Industry-sponsored Senior Capstone projects give students advanced real-world experiences.
Average class size is less than 18 students.
Students will have a variety of leadership opportunities in active student organizations, such as APICS, ASM, ASQ, IIE, SME and TMS.
By a total of 125 credits you will receive two degrees (1) B.S. degree of Industrial Engineering; (2) Minor of Management.
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