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Current Students

Current Ph.D. Students

Ph.D. Student Resources

The Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering program prepares students for roles in university-level education and to lead advanced research in industrial and systems engineering.

The degree is broken into three major stages that culminate in the Qualifying Examination, General Examination, and Final Examination.

If you have questions about the Master of Science program that are not answered here, please contact the Master of Science Adviser, Sheila Prusa, at

Degree Information

Program Opportunities

Software/Computing Information


    COE-VDI »

    Information on how to use the College of Engineering Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (COE-VDI).

    VMware Horizon Clients »

    Connect to your VMware Horizon virtual desktop.

    MyCoE »

    MyCoE provides information and resources for the College of Engineering community, from campus policies to room rentals. Too many resources to list here! Click the link and have a look around.

Lab Information

The graduate lab is located in the Mechanical Engineering Building(MEB) B-14. You will receive the door code from staff at the beginning of the school year.

UW Graduate Student Resources


    UW Graduate School Website »

    The Graduate School is here to help you through your academic journey, from enrollment through graduation.

    MyGrad - Student View »

    MyGrad is a Graduate School tool that provides better administrative service and communication to our students so they can focus on their studies and not on administrative red tape.

    UW Graduate and Professional Student Senate »

    GPSS hosts events and programming, provides opportunities for engagement through internal committees and university-wide liaison positions, and offers funding for academic and professional development.