You're welcome to meet with Engineering Career Services staff for job search assistance. Join Engineering Career Services for access to job postings, resume referrals, and interviews. For more detailed information on career services, please go to page 23 of the undergraduate handbook.
Many ISyE students participate in organized programs in specific disciplines that lead to a certificate and a transcript notation indicating successful completion. Popular certificates for ISyE students
For more detailed information on certificates, please go to page 26 of the undergraduate handbook.
Apply for graduation in the My UW Student Center in the My Academics tab.
Opportunities are available to undergraduates to prepare for advanced studies in engineering and other fields.
Scholarships in variable amounts are available to industrial and systems engineering undergraduate students and to Engineering General Resources (EGR) undergraduate students expecting to be admitted to the ISyE department for the term of the scholarship. Many awards are based on academic merit and not on financial need. Visit Scholarships@UW-Madison to find and apply for scholarships. For more detailed information on scholarships, please go to page 17 of the undergraduate handbook.
Engineering students at UW-Madison can participate in more than 50 engineering-affiliated student organizations, most of which host outreach activities. A few student organizations are especially dedicated to community service. A full list of ISyE student organizations is on page 31 of the undergraduate handbook.
Studying abroad offers valuable cross-cultural experiences and the opportunity to improve your language skills, learn to live and work in culturally diverse surroundings, and improve your value on the job market. International Academic Programs (IAP) offers over 150 study abroad programs to UW-Madison students across campus. See page 25 of the undergraduate handbook for more information.
The College of Engineering offers academic support services for industrial and systems engineering, physics, engineering mechanics, and other courses. Resources are available at the Undergraduate Learning Center for improving study skills and tutoring. For more detailed information on tutoring, please go to page 18 of the undergraduate handbook.