Find out more about University of Florida

Take the first step today

Talk with an Enrollment Counselor specializing in
Master of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering.

 Your privacy is important and your data is secure.

Program Details

The University of Florida’s Master of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering is a program offered through an entirely distance learning format. The M.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering course of study is delivered by the university’s College of Engineering and administered by the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. This program is unique due to the wide array of specializations that students can choose from to tailor their personal interests and professional goals. The specializations that students can choose from include Logistics and Transportation Systems Engineering, Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Information Systems Engineering, Communication Systems Engineering, and Environmental Systems Engineering.

The M.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering program’s core curriculum is highly dependent upon the specialization that students choose to pursue. However, the length of the curriculum consists of ten courses, or 30 credits, across the board. Each specialization’s curriculum is made up of five specialization related courses, and five core courses that M.S. ISE students are required to complete, regardless of specialization. The five core courses that students take span the topics of Deterministic Methods in Operations Research, Applied Probability Methods in Engineering, Systems Architecture, Systems Design, and Systems Management. Graduates of this program may be equipped with all of the necessary skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in this exciting field.


Students must have at least a 3.0 (B) average of undergraduate study at an accredited college or university. All students who enter the graduate program are expected to have had undergraduate courses in the following areas: Calculus, Probability and Statistics, Matrix Methods, and Computer Programming.

Accreditation & Licensing

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges