Logistics and Supply Chain Engineering — Industrial Engineering

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Bradley’s logistics and supply chain engineering program gives you skills to keep production systems working efficiently.

As a concentration within Bradley’s industrial engineering program, the logistics and supply chain program shows you how to keep production systems working efficiently. In addition to foundational industrial engineering courses, you learn how to analyze entire systems from the transportation of raw materials through the production of goods. Your experience is capped by a semester-long senior project with professional implications. In addition to classroom work, you will complete a senior capstone project with real-world applications. Some of those projects pair you with business students.

Other Opportunities
Outside of class, you can participate in a number of student organizations and professional societies that promote scholarship, fellowship and personal growth among engineering students. Professional organizations include: APICS, Institute of Industrial Engineers, Society of Manufacturing Engineers and the American Society for Quality, Society of Hispanic Engineers and the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Outcomes
Bradley’s engineering management program successfully prepares you to enter the workforce. In recent years, almost all industrial engineering students found jobs within six months of graduation. They’re working at places such Boeing, CGN Global, General Motors and SpaceX.