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B.S. in Industrial Management University of Cincinnati




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Because of the complexity of most production systems, managers responsible for ensuring delivery of goods and services in every industry require an enormous amount of assistance and support. Industrial management graduates from UC's Carl H. Lindner College of Business oversee the planning, scheduling and coordination of work flow and processing activities to deliver quality products and services effectively and efficiently. They support other managers in finance and marketing functions to make the overall organization operate effectively.

A degree in industrial management positions students for such challenges, through education in subjects pertinent to direct supervision of tasks (line jobs) as well as support activities such as quality management, project planning and materials control (staff jobs).


Industrial managers are individuals with strong technical and quantitative abilities who desire management careers. Successful professionals in the industrial management field are problem solvers and have an analytical mind set. Other attributes include: Quantitative proficiency, Ability to identify and control risk, Strong organizational skills, Attention to detail, Excellent oral, written and electronic communication capabilities, Leadership skills, Competence in decision making, Capacity for teamwork.


UC's bachelor's degree in industrial management (BSIM) enjoys an outstanding reputation and recruiters throughout the Midwest compete for its quality graduates. Positions offered recently to graduating students include production manager, manufacturing engineer, industrial marketing representative and purchasing manager, among others. Salaries are typically in the 90th percentile of graduates from the Lindner College of Business. Recently a vice president of purchasing at a major automobile firm commented, "The alumni base of BSIMs from Cincinnati is really strong. BSIM graduates from UC are in top positions in every firm in the automotive industry supply chain."

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study B.S. in Industrial Management.

Full Time (4 years)

Tuition fees

$28,972.00 (21,23,630) per year

*Price shown is for indicative purpose, please check with institution




UC Uptown West Campus

2600 Clifton Avenue,



45221, United States

Entry requirement for international students

First-year or freshman applicants are students who have just graduated high school. They are applying to a university to pursue a 4 or 5-year degree.

English test score requirements: ELS - 112 Graduation; IELTS - 6.5 Overall minimum of 6.0 on speaking, minimum 5.5 on each section; PTE – 53; TOEFL - 79 iBT minimum of 20 on speaking, minimum of 15 on each section; Duolingo – 105; Cambridge - 176 minimum, Recommended exam: C1 Advanced.

Applications deadline for Fall Semester: December 1 - Early Action; March 1 – Rolling. Applications deadline for Spring Semester: November 1. Applications deadline for Summer Semester: March 1.

* Please check with your chosen school for the exact entry requirements for your programme.

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