About the IME Department
Our Outstanding Students!!!!
We are proud to announce that three of the five outstanding women engineers in the college of engineering are students in the IME department. We are very proud of Jessica Paz, Allison Holmgren and Cameron Schlemer. You can read more about their individual accomplishments.
We are working on the 7th Polyhouse this quarter. Follow the activities on our blog: PolyHouse 2010
Welcome to Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Thank you for visiting Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME) and giving us a chance to show you the quality of our programs and why our graduates are in such high demand.
U.S. News and World Report has continued to rank Cal Poly industrial/manufacturing engineering as the No. 1 (BEST) undergraduate program in the nation among all non-PhD granting universities.
We have attained this national recognition through a combination of factors.
Outstanding Faculty. Our dedicated and excellent faculty are passionate about educating undergraduate students, our #1 priority.
Labs / Equipment. We have brand new facilities with state-of-the-art labs and equipment.
Industry Partnership. We sustain a strong industry partnership which guides curriculum change, supports industry and community service projects, and enables student/industry exchange.
Excellent Students. We have created a warm, family atmosphere within which smart, enthusiastic, and motivated students are inspired to excel.
We graduate “career-ready” engineers which are the best available anywhere. Our graduates are highly sought after, often have multiple job offers, and enjoy excellent salaries.
Students: 30% female, 300 undergraduate, 50 graduate, award winning (professional competitions, papers, events), scholar-athletes.
Faculty: 35% female, available to students, sustain teaching excellence, award winning (best teacher, student support, diversity, innovation, research, papers).
Alumni: Distinguished and diverse careers, CEOs/Presidents/VPs, Cal Poly Honored Alums, Cal Poly Honorary Doctorate, Olympic Gold Medalist.