Graduate Student Information
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Frequently Asked Questions
Got Questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions Page.
Would you like to know more about the requirements of the graduate degrees we offer? Get all the information you need on our graduate degree details pages
- Accelerated Bachelor/Master (ABM)
- Master of Industrial Engineering (MIE)
- Master of Industrial Engineering Online (MIE)
- Master of Industrial Engineering / Master of Business Administration (MIE-MBA)
- Master of Science in Industrial Engineering (MSIE)
- Doctor of Philosophy in Industrial Engineering (Ph.D.)
Graduate Plan of Work
The Graduate Plan of Work is a document that serves both as a guide to successful degree completion and a contract between students and their programs. In this way, it serves to reduce the potential for misunderstandings about degree requirements and outlines the expected academic progress students should make.
Current Ph.D. Students
Our Ph.D. students and our research are changing the world of advanced manufacturing, operations, and the service sectors. This page provides a list of our current Ph.D. students and links to the details of their research and credentials.
During the first week of the semester, new ISE graduate students receive a special introduction to the ISE Department and NC State resources. This Orientation Handbook summarizes the seminar and serves as a reference for common questions and answers.
Room Reservations for Oral Defense
When it is time to schedule your Preliminary and Final Oral Defenses, you will need to reserve a room for the exam. Rooms Reservations are easy to do.
MBA Courses – Enrollment for ISE Graduate Students
Each semester, the MBA Program sets aside a short period of time for students from other departments to petition to enroll in their courses. These are very strict guidelines. The Petition to Add MBA Courses Form must be completed and submitted.
RA/TA Safety Training Certificate
All ISE Research and Teaching Assistants must obtain the Completion Certificate for the NC Safety Training Checklist. The student’s Principal Investigator (PI) will help select the necessary training options.