Coming this Fall 2016… MS, Healthcare Systems Engineering

The Masters in Industrial Engineering, Healthcare Systems Engineering track produces graduates with strong fundamental skills in systems engineering along with a strong background in healthcare delivery systems and processes. Graduates will be ideally positioned for skilled professional management roles aimed at improving quality, streamlining processes, and improving efficiency in the constantly evolving healthcare systems.

Students Working To Design NASA Workstation

Undergraduate students in the Industrial Engineering and Management Systems department have been working together to design a workstation and full facility layout for NASA. The University of Central Florida students: Sylvia DiPaulo, Karissa Hall, Leo Shane and Brian Strevens traveled to the Kennedy Space Center to record dimensions of the firing room and to observe how the facility was currently utilizing space. 


Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola and UCF are proud to offer UCF’s BSIE program at USIL’s Center for Global Education (CGE) in Lima, Peru, under a joint academic agreement. Faculty from the Department of Industrial Engineering & Management Systems have begun delivering courses via distance learning and on the USIL campus in Lima. With courses taught entirely in English, the dual degree program will allow participating students to pursue both the University of Central Florida BSIE degree, as well as a baccalaureate degree in engineering from USIL.

Carolina Ullilen

Courtesy Instructor

Room: Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola, Lima, Peru
Phone: (407) 823-2204
Email: Carolina.Ullilen@ucf.edu

Curriculum Vitae
CGE – Center for Global Education


M.S. Technology, Health for Research and Professional Purposes, University Paris Sud 11 Orsay, France 2012

B.S. Health and Safety Engineering, National University of Engineering, 2010

Areas of Specialty

Specialization: Ergonomics, Engineering Health and Human Factors

IEMS Student Assistant Featured in UCF Today.

UCF mechanical engineering senior Kevin Bauer wants people to know that the national award-winning student club he leads – the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers – is devoted to reducing global energy consumption, and not to repairing appliances.

The student engineers design and build heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems for buildings and for seven of the past nine years, UCF’s designs have placed in the top three in ASHRAE national contests.


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