Department of Industrial Engineering Peshawar Campus

    Industrial Engineering (IE) is a field that integrates the technical, human, and management aspects of today's sophisticated products and processes. It is at the heart of the systems that are essential to our society. From airlines to online retailers, from hospitals to manufacturers, from telecommunication companies to world-wide shipping companies, industrial engineers design solutions to improve the performance of complex systems of people, technology, and information. In fact, the need for any complex organization to raise its efficiency and productivity through scientific analysis has created a high demand for Industrial Engineers and made it one of the fastest growing career fields.

    The Industrial Engineer is involved in designing or improving major systems that encompass the total organisation, whether in the governmental or private sectors, or in the manufacturing or service industries. Consequently, an Industrial Engineer is often in contact with individuals from many segments of the ooganization. With their education and experience, Industrial Engineers develop a global view of many inter-related operations necessary to deliver a firm's goods and services. Because of their management skills and global view of the organization, a large proportion of Industrial Engineers move into management positions, later advancing to top management positions, or to own and operate their own businesses.

    - Course Contents
    - Vision Mission Program Objectives
    - Scheme Of Studies
    - Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) and Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)
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    Academic Programs
    - B.Sc. Industrial Engineering
    - M.Sc. Industrial Engineering
    - Ph.D. Industrial Engineering

    Industrial Visits
    Industrial visits are regularly conducted every year to broaden the horizon of students and to appraise them with the industry of Pakistan.

    Laboratories
    Almost all subjects are augmented by practical work/tutorials. The students will be trained in the following laboratories:
    - Central workshops
    - Digital control laboratory
    - Computer integrated manufacturing laboratory
    - Metrology laboratory
    - Ergonomics laboratory
    - Non-traditional manufacturing laboratory
    - Motion and time study laboratory
    - Computer laboratory

    Practical Training
    As a requirement for graduation, every student must complete 800 hours of practical work/apprenticeship in an industry. The students are allowed to complete this requirement during summer holidays but not before the 4th semester.

    Field Visits
    Industrial visits are regularly conducted to broaden the breadth and depth of technical and practical Industrial Engineering knowledge. People from industries are also invited to share their practical experience with the students.

    Research
    The Industrial Engineer is involved in designing or improving major systems that encompass the total organisation, whether in the governmental or private sectors, or in the manufacturing or service industries. Consequently, an Industrial Engineer is often in contact with individuals from many segments of the ooganization. With their education and experience, Industrial Engineers develop a global view of many inter-related operations necessary to deliver a firm's goods and services. Because of their management skills and global view of the organization, a large proportion of Industrial Engineers move into management positions, later advancing to top management positions, or to own and operate their own businesses.