Industrial Engineering

The School of Engineering offers its ABET-accredited industrial engineering degree program, preparing students for a gratifying professional career designing, building, and managing state-of-the-art manufacturing and service systems. Industrial engineers serve an essential role in today’s technological society as the interface between humans and technology, working to improve the quality and efficiency of the production of goods and delivery of services.


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Career Opportunities Include:

Manufacturing Technician • Quality Assurance Inspector • Industrial Mechanic • Industrial Electrician • Industrial Designer • Mechanical Designer • Quality Engineer • Occupational Health and Safety Manager • Sales Engineer


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Courses You Might Take

ENGR 200 - Introduction to Engineering and Design

Studies engineering history, disciplines and professions. Students learn about design processes, visualization, and graphics. Gain skills in teamwork, technical communication, engineering ethics, and critical thinking.

INDE 340 - Design of Engineering Experiments

An application-oriented course emphasizing concepts of point estimation, regression models, factorial designs, block designs, fractional designs and response surface concepts applied to solving engineering problems.

INDE 390 - Human Factors and Work Methods

Explores the Human Factors principles used for designing tools, jobs, environments, and work methods. Covers human dimensions, capabilities, and limitations, including anthropometric, perceptive and cognitive, inform human-centered designs.

INDE 440 - Sustainable Production and Supply Chain Systems

Use of application software and mathematical modeling to optimize economics, quality and sustainability of supply chain operations.

INDE 450 - Systems Quality & Reliability Facility

Studies quality control and reliability techniques and applications for analyzing and improving manufacturing and service processes, as well as designing mechanical and electrical devices.

INDE 410 - Facility Planning, Design and Material Handling

Design, improve, and analyze industrial facilities, including production, service, and material handling processes. Includes material flow analysis, line balancing, and systematic layout planning.

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School of Engineering
  • California State University, East Bay
  • SF 570
  • Hayward, CA 94542