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IME Ranked #1 by US News & World Report Second Year in a Row

IME Ranked #1 Second Year In A Row

Cal Poly's Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Program # 1

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IME 101 Students Assemble 2272 Trail Mix Packets

IME Students Assembled 2272 Trail Mix Packets for Cal Poly's on-campus food pantry

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Group of students and professor learning in lab

Design for Manufacturability with Autodesk

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Students in IME 429 lab

Ergonomics Laboratory

Learn how people interact with their home and work environments in IME 429!

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EWB students in Malawi

Engineers Without Borders, Malawi

Focused on community driven development, Engineers Without Borders member David Wright shares his experience in Malawi.

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The TIMEs Spring edition

Spring IME Newsletter

The new and most importantly, cleverly named T-IME-S spring newsletter features Cal Poly students doing what they know best: innovating.

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IME students in China

Engineering in China Summer, 2018

"I keep finding myself wanting to go back and experience it all over again." Debbie Iwakiri, IE Senior

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Healthcare in IE Panel group

Healthcare In IE Panel

An evening of heathcare professionals sharing how their jobs help improve the healthcare industy

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IME Course Offerings 2022-2023

Check out the Course Offerings (PDF) for the 2022-2023 academic year!


IME 312 will not be offered Spring 2023. Plan ahead, we are offering a double section of IME 312 Winter Quarter 2023.

Permission Numbers for IME Courses ONLY!!!

Please contact the Instructor of Record.

    College of Engineering Virtual Tours - 2022-2023


    COVID-19 Information

    IME Commitment to Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

    Support for Student's Basic Needs

    27% of Cal Poly students experience food insecurity or inadequate access to food. 12% experience homelessness. These challenges are common among college students and they lead to severe consequences for physical, mental, and academic wellbeing. If you or someone you know is having difficulty accessing basic needs like enough healthy food or stable housing, please know that our campus offers a number of free and effective resources. Visit for more information or let me know and I will gladly help you access resources.

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