“The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) student club gave me leadership experience and the undergraduate research opportunities gave me a specialized skill-set above and beyond the norm to give me an edge in the workplace. I was able to co-op twice at Honda of America and now work full time at Anheuser-Busch. Looking back, I wouldn’t be where I am today if I hadn’t chosen Wright State’s Industrial and Systems Engineering program.”
Wright State University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science, more specifically the Biomedical, Industrial and Human Factors Engineering Department delivered excellent value for the cost. The Industrial and Systems Engineering program prepared me for a career in manufacturing where I moved from intern to full time to a manager level position. Without the skills learned from the comprehensive course work I do not believe I would have been able to achieve the results I have in such a...
Students enjoyed friendly competition at the annual ACM Programming Contest this Saturday. Thirty-six teams competed to win prizes donated by Reynolds and Reynolds. Undergraduate and Graduate teams competed against each other to solve seven programming questions. The morning was full of balloons, pizza, and coding earning extra credit for classes along the way.
Next stop is the ACM Regional Programming Contest in Cincinnati at the end of October. The top freshman team along with 1st...
“The 4+1 program allowed me to pursue my M.S. while an undergraduate student. I was able to work on both degrees simultaneously so that one year after graduating with my B.S. I was able to graduate with an M.S. The research and the additional coursework experience helped me secure a position at Honda immediately after graduation.”
“Getting into research in Industrial and Systems Engineering has given me a wide range of experience that has taught me real-world applications and help me intern as a supply chair/ERP analyst right after my sophomore year. I can’t wait to join the 4+1 program and receive my M.S. in one year, all paid for.”
“The Wright State Biomedical, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering department helped provide me the framework for the career success I’ve achieved today. Professors care about growing their students both personally and professionally while constantly striving for excellence. Wright State Biomedical, Industrial and Human Factors Engineering is a top choice for students that want a “family” feel college experience with expansive opportunities for the future.”
“Through involvement opportunities, such as being president of Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE), Peer Mentoring, Biomedical and Industrial Student Advisory Board, and the Dean’s Leadership Institute, I gained strong leadership skills throughout my academic career. I was able to land internships in the Dayton region who had hired students from Ohio State, Xavier, Purdue, Cornell and other universities.”