B.S. in Intelligent Systems Engineering

ISE Research Opportunities

As an undergraduate engineering student, you may have the opportunity to work alongside expert faculty and graduate students in research initiatives that make a difference in the world of intelligent systems engineering. Gaining research experience bolsters your resume and prepares you for further work in graduate programs, industry research and development, or defense research projects.

Check out our engineering faculty’s groundbreaking research projects and learn more about undergraduate research opportunities.

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ISE Degree Requirements and Curriculum

The B.S. in Intelligent Systems Engineering’s program curriculum combines intensive engineering and computing study—including lots of programming—with Indiana University’s broad, liberal arts foundation.

Complete program requirements, including concentration area courses, are listed in the Luddy academic bulletin. To review your specific requirements, check out the bulletin that represents the year you entered IU.

Luddy School Scholarships and Financial Aid

Scholarships and federal financial aid are two ways IU Bloomington students can manage the cost of tuition and fees. There are scholarships just for incoming Luddy School students, too. Review complete tuition and financial aid information and explore direct admission Luddy scholarships.

Learn How to Apply to the B.S. in Intelligent Systems Engineering

Our B.S. in Intelligent Systems Engineering program imparts the fundamental principles of engineering, computing, and programming that prepare you to pursue a career or further education in your chosen field. Using the form on this page, request more information about our engineering with intelligent systems program to get started.

Ready to take the next step? Learn how to apply and review direct admissions standards.