INDUSTRIAL AND MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
PROGRAM REGULATIONS AND INFORMATION
The Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (IMSE) program is unique and innovative. It provides students with a broad based curriculum of practical real world material that develops engineering skill for which demand exceeds supply in industry, manufacturing and business organizations world wide. Examples of manufacturing assignments held by our IMSE alumni include the areas of Product Engineering, Process Engineering, Plant / Facility Engineering, Tool Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Human Factors. Business organizations such as banks, railroads, petroleum, airlines, insurance companies, and hospitals are also employing our graduates to manage and improve performance of their operations. Our graduates are employed all over the world, in all levels of management and responsibilities. The department has a tradition of highly successful co-op internship education programs with local business and industry in Canada, the United States and the European Union. These activities expose students to applied aspects of their research progams and help them establish strong contacts with potential employers in relevant fields that include design and manufacturing at several local corporate headquarters such as Ford, General Motors, DaimlerChrysler, Toyota, Honda, VW Audi. The combination of real industry experience, cutting edge research and a curriculum that delivers the skill needed by employers provides exceptional value and our degree is valued by others. Enrollment in IMSE is competitive and the department welcomes new student applicants who have a drive to succeed and are prepared to be challenged to top performance.
Students may enrol in a general Industrial Engineering program, or they may specialize in the Supply Chain Engineering Option, a Minor in Business Administration or the Automotive Manufacturing Systems Option. The first and second years are common for all students registered in the Industrial Engineering program. The baccalaureate degree program in Industrial Engineering is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers.
INDUSTRIAL AND MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING: PROGRAMS
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING: GENERAL INFORMATION AND REGULATIONS
GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS