Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering

The University of Illinois at Chicago

Chicago, Illinois, USA
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
Duration4 Years
LevelBachelors Program
  • Industrial engineers find ways to make complex processes and systems work better
  • They help operations to run more efficiently and more safely, leading to improvements in the products we use every day, people’s jobs, and human satisfaction
  • As an industrial engineer, students might design and implement better ways of doing things or making things
  • Students might find ways to improve the value or profit of goods that we use every day
  • Students also could oversee project management, devise improvements to manufacturing plants and factories, or harness the power of data to imaging the next generation of processes
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees2158090 INR
Hostel & Meals844677 INR
Insurance98581 INR
Transportation106344 INR
Housing Application Fee3662 INR
Housing Technology Access Fee11718 INR
Student Fees160835 INR
Personal expenses159370 INR
International Credential Evaluation7324 INR
Books and Supplies 102536 INR
Total1495047 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
  • Applicant must have passed 12 with Official mark sheets for all secondary coursework completed and the official board issued Senior Secondary School Certificate.
  • Applicants must have successfully have completed or had in progress the following high school courses with recommended years/level: 
    • English: 4 years
    • Mathematics: 3-4 years (including algebra, geometry, advanced algebra/trigonometry)
    • Science: 3-4 years
    • Science and Social Science: 3 years
    • Foreign Language: 2 years
ExamsTOEFL: 80

IELTS: 6.5
  • With minimum 6 in each band

PTE: 54
  • With 47 in Listening, 56 in Writing, 51 in Reading and 53 in Speaking

SAT: Accepted
  • Average SAT scores of class-2020 ranges between 1210-1400

Additional info
  • Applicants may qualify for an exemption to the English Proficiency requirement if they have completed two consecutive years of full-time high school or university study in the U.S. or other country where English is the only official language
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