Doctoral Program In Industrial Engineering

Industrial Engineering is a branch of engineering dealing with collection of methodological tools brought together to achieve an integrated approach to problem-solving in engineering and management, with quality and/or productivity improvement as its overall objective. Industrial engineering is concerned with the design, improvement, and installation of integrated systems of people, materials, information, equipment, and energy. It draws upon specialized knowledge and skill in the mathematical, physical, and social sciences together with the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design to specify, predict, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such systems. Unlike other engineering disciplines, Industrial Engineering is defined by the methodological tools used rather than the areas of application.

The doctoral program (Dr.) in Industrial Engineering is designed to provide graduate level education to prepare individuals to be professional industrial engineers. The graduates are expected to have strong analytical, synthesis, and evaluation capability in solving the industrial problems and have expertise in conducting cutting-edge research in theoretical development or applications. The program offers optional specializations in Production Engineering, Operations Research, Industrial Ergonomics, and Manufacturing Processes and Systems.
*) Source: Institute of Industrial Engineers


  • Design Laboratory
  • Ergonomics Laboratory
  • Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
  • Energy Conversion Laboratory
  • Production System Laboratory
  • CNC and CAD/CAM Laboratory
  • Engineering Materials Laboratory
  • Manufacturing Technology Laboratory
  • Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory
  • Work Analysis and Ergonomy Laboratory
  • Simulation and Computation Laboratory
  • Product Design & Development Laboratory
  • Process and Production System Laboratory
  • Quality and Reliability Engineering Laboratory
  • Accoustic and Mechanical Vibration Laboratory
  • Supply Chain Management and Logistics Laboratory