Industrial Engineering and Management
Industrial engineers create systems that effectively use resources, produce goods, provide services and enrich quality of life for all. This degree program prepares industrial engineers for a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, service, energy, healthcare and humanitarian work. The curriculum provides a blend of engineering and management education and includes basic knowledge in engineering, science, humanities, social science and management.
OSU's IEM program is accredited by ABET and is the third-oldest program in the world, offered in Stillwater since the early 1920s.
Starting in Spring 2020, OSU-Tulsa will offer some courses toward the bachelor of science in industrial engineering and management. Learn more about the IEM program and the courses offered at OSU-Tulsa by requesting more information.
- Introduction to Manufacturing and Service Systems
- Probability and Statistics for Engineers
- Engineering Economic Analysis
OSU-Tulsa offers some course work in Industrial Engineering and Management, but does not offer the full bachelor's degree. Students interested in earning a bachelor's degree in IEM may have to take some course work in Stillwater, online or make other arrangements. Make an advising appointment to discuss your options.
- OSU Industrial Engineering and Management website
- Quick Facts about the OSU School of Industrial Engineering and Management (PDF)
- IEM Undergraduate Program Information from the OSU School of Engineering, Architecture and Technology
OSU-Tulsa is downtown Tulsa's public comprehensive research university, offering junior- and senior-level classes with flexible schedules designed for working adults. OSU-Tulsa students are OSU students, which means your degree is an Oklahoma State University degree -- the same degree students in Stillwater receive. Students generally transfer to OSU-Tulsa with an associate's degree or at least 45 credit hours from another institution. The majority of our students take their first two years at Tulsa Community College or another local two- or four-year school, but students have transferred to OSU-Tulsa from colleges and universities across the country.
Contact OSU-Tulsa Prospective Student Services
North Hall 130