Bachelor of Science in
This Program is accredited by the MFHEA
Engineers make things; industrial engineers make things better. Industrial engineering is essential to ensuring efficiency in any setting. Whether it is manufacturing smart phones or superior automobiles, streamlining an operating room in a hospital, shortening a rollercoaster line at an amusement park, or distributing products worldwide, these challenges share the common goal of saving a company money and increasing efficiency. Our students combine technical knowledge and skills from engineering, business, and social sciences to design, evaluate, monitor and improve system performance. They work to eliminate waste of time, money, materials, energy and other commodities. Industrial engineers take courses in a variety of subjects such as production and process design, production planning, optimization, modeling and simulation, information management, facility layout, job/workplace design, engineering management, material flow, and distribution.
Entry Requirements for this Program
Materials required in the undergraduate admissions application: · Official AUM application – Personal statement · Secondary school transcript – Minimum of grades 10 and 11 – Documents should be in English – Official transcript and diploma must be presented before course commences:
- Teacher or counselor recommendation letter · ACT* or SAT* results (for students from the United States of American) · Proof of English Proficiency (for students who did not graduate from a secondary school using English as a medium of instruction). Acceptable proof of English proficiency includes: – IELTS – TOEFL – ACT* or SAT* English/reading score results – Other forms can be decided on a case-by-case situation Undergraduate Admission Requirements · 12 years of schooling expected · Secondary school completion, which can include: – High School Program § 80% or above for grades 10 and 11 in a US system or the equivalent standards in other countries – IB Certificate – GCSE/IGCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education/International GCSE) § Five subject exams with grades of D or above on each § A/S or A Levels with a minimum of D – For Maltese secondary (sixth form) schooling: § Matriculation certificate · 5 or above in English and Mathematics § A/S or A Levels: three subject exams with a minimum of D – Other school leaving certificate may be considered § Can include IB, AP, or EB.
- Proof of English Proficiency (for students who did not graduate from a secondary school using English as a medium of instruction). Acceptable proof of English proficiency includes: – IELTS minimum of 6.0 – TOEFL § 550 minimums for paper based § 79 minimum iBT § 213 minimum cBT – ACT or SAT English score results § ACT reading 18 or above and 20 or above in English § SAT reading and writing score of 550 or above – IGCSE English as a second language § Grade C or above – Other forms can be decided on a case-by-case situation Admissions decisions are based equally on the above requirements as follows: · 25% on the student high school averages in grades 10 and 11 · 25% on the English proficiency test and/or on the SAT or ACT · 25% A consideration of personal qualities and academic motivation, as determined in the completed application and personal statement · 25% recommendations from teachers and school counselor Work Experience: It is possible that in a particular case a student who does not meet the required minimum grades may be admitted if he or she has significant related experience in a particular field of at least 2 years.
- Additional requirements: Please note that the admissions requirements for specific degree programs may be higher than the general requirements indicated here. For example, degree programs in Engineering require: · IELTS score of 6.5 For Engineering Students from the British System: · A level A2 mathematics · BBB at A Level · GSCE: Science C. · At least one other Science/Technology subject (or equivalent qualification) from the following: Electronics, Materials Science, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Geology, IT, Further Mathematics, Mechanics, Dynamics or General Engineering. · Minimum grades at GCSE and AS level are set at C · Other suitable skills or experience gained in a relevant industry may be considered.
- *The ACT and SAT can be done several times and the highest scores from each section will be used. Conditional admission is offered for applicants who meet all requirements except English proficiency. Conditional admits must enrol as full-time students in the AUM English for Academic Purposes program. The minimum English Proficiency scores for conditional admits is 4.5 IELTS for undergraduates (or equivalent) or 5.5 IELTS for graduate students (or equivalent).