Industrial Management students excel in rigorous science, technology, engineering and math courses, all while building a strong management core. The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management degree produces alumni with strong analytic and technical skills with a business mindset. Some of the world’s most influential and respected leaders are alumni of the Industrial Management program.
Industrial Management students follow a challenging academic path, with courses ranging from Financial Engineering to Collaborative Leadership to the Legal Foundations of Business. The path also allows students to tailor their curriculum by choosing concentrations or minors in Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, Operations and Supply Chain Management, and more options.
Supply Chain Analysts
Strategic Sourcing Analysts
Industrial Management graduates are multi-talented. A dedication to lifelong learning – new processes, new technologies, new ways of managing talent and resources – is a hallmark of an Industrial Management major. Their specialties range from data analytics to supply chain management to financial engineering.
The Industrial Management degree program at Purdue's business school boasts a proud legacy. Alumni include:
Our new Integrated Business and Engineering program will continue the legacy of the Industrial Management program, taking the torch and holding it aloft for our students. These future leaders will graduate with a business degree and an engineering background, primed to use data in their search for solutions to the world’s toughest business challenges.
Integrated Business and Engineering (IBE) program graduates will make our distinguished alumni proud by carrying on in their footsteps, taking technological advances and turning them into economic and social benefits.
The Industrial Management major is no longer admitting new students as of fall 2020 (see the Integrated Business and Engineering major for the new program). Purdue students who started prior to fall 2020 still have an option to CODO for the Industrial Management major. Reach out to an academic advisor for more information about the CODO.