Established originally as a program in Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech in 1924, ISyE became a School in 1945.
About 51 Academic Faculty
The Stewart School currently enrolls between 1600-1700 students. Nearly 1300 of these are undergraduates pursuing the ABET accredited Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering (BSIE) while approximately 350 students are engaged in graduate study.
About 200 of these graduate students are enrolled in one of six School designated master's degree options while nearly 158 doctoral students are pursuing programs of study aligned with the Stewart School's seven distinct Ph.D. concentrations.
Research conducted in ISyE includes, but is not limited to, areas such as optimization, stochastic systems, manufacturing and logistics, simulation, statistics, natural systems, economic decision analysis, and system informatics and control.
Our alumni can be found around the globe in leadership positions within academia, consulting, engineering, financial services, healthcare, law, manufacturing, retailing, transportation, and more.
98.7% of our BSIE students received job offers 2 months prior to graduation with a median starting salary of $67,130 (based on the self-reported survey by students).
At last count, ISyE claims nearly 17,000 alumni throughout the world and academe. Nearly one in ten ISyE graduates have risen to the top positions of their respective organizations, whether as CEO, president, CFO, or even university president.
For more information on opportunities for involvement, contact Nancy Sandlin, ISyE director of development.