Since 1965, we in the School of ISE have been making processes and systems better in EVERY industry. You’ll find our graduates in aerospace, healthcare, manufacturing, oil and gas, finance, transportation, consulting, and everywhere in between. We graduate leaders who integrate analytics and systems thinking to find solutions to engineering problems.
Our dynamic faculty excel in the classroom, providing our undergraduate and graduate students with the skills to be leaders in industry and academia. And we make an impact in research, collaborating to solve global challenges.
Our undergrads have standard, analytics, and pre-med options, as well as the opportunity to pursue accelerated BS/MS and BS/MBA degree programs.
Our faculty apply methods in analytics and systems engineering to Cyber-Physical-Social Systems, Health and Medical Systems, and Aerospace and Defense Systems.
In addition to successes in industry, the School of ISE is producing doctoral graduates that are making contributions to academic institutions across the globe.
The OU Gallogly College of Engineering is proud to celebrate Shivakumar Raman, professor and director of the School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, who was featured on the January cover of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers ISE Magazine.
Inspired by the April 2015 challenge by Jim Gallogly, the college's namesake, to pursue excellence, the Pursuit of Excellence Award honors those who regularly and selflessly serve the college with excellence in all they do. Presented at the fall Board of Advisors meeting, the awards are among the highest recognition given by the college. In addition to a cash award, recipients receive a certificate of distinction.
OU Engineering has welcomed 14 new faculty members for the 2023-24 academic year. This marks a milestone in the college's growth journey, with faculty numbers increasing from just over 100 in 2017 to 175 in 2023. OU Engineering is committed to expanding its faculty ranks, aiming for over 200 faculty members by the 2025-26 academic year, says OU Engineering Dean John Klier. To achieve this goal, the college has initiated more than 20 faculty searches.