Important update, July 2021: The GRE Exam requirement will be optional for the Fall 2022 Systems and Industrial Engineering PhD admissions cycle in observance of the current public health environment.
To be considered for admission to the doctoral program, the candidate must have attained a Bachelor's in Systems Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or a related field. Other factors that will be considered are as follows:
- GPA in previous undergraduate work of at least 3.25 and graduate work of at least 3.50
- Letters of recommendation
- GRE scores are optional for Fall 2022 PhD admissions. GRE scores of at least 500 verbal, 750 quantitative, and 700/5.0 analytical are expected. In addition, international students should submit TOEFL scores (at least 575) and TSE scores (at least 50).
- A match between faculty and student interests
Application Fee Waiver Request: If an applicant feels they face extenuating circumstances that prevents from paying an application fee, an application fee waiver request for the Systems and Industrial Engineering PhD program can be submitted here. The Graduate Studies Committee will review the requests to determine an approval or denial.