What is Industrial Management?
The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management degree (BSIM) is an engineering-based program designed for students with strong technical and quantitative abilities. The major provides the operations management training to technically-oriented students who share their first two years with engineering students. Majors may begin their program of study as freshmen in the Carl H. Lindner College of Business or transfer into the program from engineering programs.
Review the program outline or contact the Lindner College of Business Undergraduate Office at 513-556-7030 for more information.
BSIM students have co-oped or joined leadership programs with HJ Heinz, GE Aviation's Operations Management Leadership Program, Toyota, Parker Hannifin, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, P&G, and Intelligrated. The program has also seen grads enter Harvard's MBA program.
Students are employed by manufacturing and service industries and can find careers in both managerial and operational roles. Positions offered recently to graduates include production manager, quality engineer, manufacturing engineer, supply chain manager, logistics account executive, process engineer, VMI analyst, production control, supply chain optimization, six-sigma quality manager, and project manager.
Companies that have recently hired Operations Management students and graduates include:
- Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
- Delta Air Lines
- DHL Express
- GE Aviation
- General Electric
- Kinetic Vision
- The Kroger Co.