Industrial Engineers (IEs) fromKetteringUniversityare educated in all of the primary fields within the discipline. Freshman are taught basic manufacturing processes and materials. Sophomores are taught engineering economics. Juniors learn statistics, work design, and fundamentals of operations research. Seniors learn workplace ergonomics, facility design, supply chain and logistics engineering, and quality assurance. The program has a capstone course where students work in teams to solve industrial problems.
The Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering offers an ABET accredited bachelor of science degree in Industrial Engineering.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering programs at Kettering University is the only undergraduate program in the country that requires their students to spend at least five (5) co-op terms working in their field of study. Our students bring innovative talents to employers to apply their knowledge in areas of research, development, and production.
Computer engineering is a branch of engineering concerned with the design, development, and application of computer systems. The Computer Engineering (CE) program at Kettering University focuses on embedded-computer systems, in which a computer chip, module, or circuit board is built into a larger product or system.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers both baccalaureate degree programs and minors in electrical engineering and computer engineering.
The bioinformatics program is a new degree program at Kettering; it has not yet graduated any students.
(The bioinformatics degree program has just recently been added to the Kettering catalog; our first set of enrolled students will begin study in 2012.)