ISyE graduates are in demand. Approximately 40% of our undergraduates take their first position with one of the major consulting firms. Average starting salaries for B.S.I.E. graduates continue to rank highly among all of the engineering disciplines. Actually, this is true for IE's in general and it is not particularly complicated to understand why this might be the case. As one of the most versatile engineering disciplines, the practice of industrial engineering is perfectly suited to play a key role in a broad range of settings arising in business, industry, and government. Indeed, so long as the design of sound, scientifically based decision-making strategies for the enhancement of performance remains important and within virtually any system setting, the demand for well-trained Industrial Engineers would seem to be more than secure.
IE Job Placement
ISyE provides this service to all enrolled students and those recently graduated. Posted are full-time positions, part-time, internships and coop opportunities. Employers and recruiters are invited to fill out this form and they will be placed on the IE Job Placement site on T-Square. All students and faculty can join this site and access the announcements at anytime.Career Services Office
Career Services provides Georgia Tech students with specific educational opportunities designed to help provide a solid foundation for that first career position and all those to follow. The organzation also offers comprehensive services to help employers identify, recruit and hire the right candidates. These services include resume referrals, on-campus recruiting, job listings via the Internet, and special focus programs that provide unique opportunities to interact with top Georgia Tech students.Georgia Tech Cooperative Division
More than one-third of all IE undergraduate students participate in the Georgia Tech Cooperative Education (Co-op) program. Completing the cooperative plan involves five years of combining classroom study with work experience in industry. The theoretical aspect of classroom study combined with the practical applications involved in a work setting result in a truly complete education. For more information, please see http://www.profpractice.gatech.edu/