Graduate Admissions and Application Criteria
The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Rutgers offers in-person and online graduate degree programs for dynamic students at all stages of their academic and professional careers. Both our teaching and research are firmly rooted in scientific principles, and at the same time incorporate in-depth knowledge of problem areas, including manufacturing and production systems, quality and reliability engineering, and systems engineering.
Our objective is to solve complex, relevant engineering problems facing industry and the public sector today and in the future. Our graduate programs provide students with a strong technical background and prepare them for leadership careers in an exciting and challenging profession.
We offer graduate degrees that reflect individual student goals from career advancement to research intensive.
This degree is an excellent choice for professionals looking to enhance their career opportunities. This degree is relevant across a variety of industries from advanced manufacturing and healthcare to transportation, infrastructure, financial systems, and more.
This degree includes an on campus or fully online option.
This degree provides advanced training in critical areas that span Industrial & Systems Engineering research areas of data science and optimization, stochastic systems, production and manufacturing and quality and reliability engineering.
This degree trains students at the highest level to assume leadership roles in technical fields in research, academia, the public sector, and industry.
The combined BS/MS and BS/ME program enables top Rutgers undergraduate engineering students to be accepted into our graduate programs in an expedited way. In addition, it gives those students the possibility to receive master's degree in a shortened time frame.
- Manufacturing Informatics
- Energy Systems
Our faculty members are committed to research, often in collaboration with industry and other disciplines, to advance the state of knowledge and practice in our field. With a focus on key areas of critical importance to national competitiveness and productivity, our faculty members have achieved international recognition for their contributions to these areas. Both the curriculum and laboratories are designed to support these research focus areas.
- Stochastic and Distributed Optimization
- Data Science and AI
- Quality & Reliability Engineering
- Stochastic systems modeling
- Autonomous systems
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Decision Making and control
With a focus on key areas of critical importance to national competitiveness and productivity, our faculty members have achieved international recognition for their contributions to these areas. Both the curriculum and laboratories are designed to support research focus areas.
The graduate faculty in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering is particularly interested in attracting well-qualified candidates to its advanced degree programs. Graduate students engage in cutting-edge research making valuable contributions as respected members of our community.