Steve Dusseau

Professor, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

Phone: 260.422.5561, ext. 2228

Cell Phone: N/A


Office: Zollner Engineering Center, Room 005

Class Information

Fall 2015

  • EGR 2000: Engineering Communication
  • EGR 3410: Statistical Quality Analysis I
  • EGR 3430: Applied Probability and Statistics
  • IIT 1000: University Experience
  • IME 2110: Quality Control I
  • IME 3110: Quality Control II
  • IME 4950: IME Internship
  • IME 4973: IME Senior Project I
  • MA 2010: Foundations of Statistics
  • MA 2025: Statistical Problem-Solving
  • PSY 3780: Research Methods and Statistics
  • MBA 5210: Business Statistics
  • MSOL 7400, 7500, 7600: Leadership Project I – III
  • MSE 7000: Advanced Topics in Engineering Management

Office Hours:

  • M: 7:30a-8a, 4p-5p
  • T: 7:30a-9:30a, 9:30a-10:45a (Z211), 10:45a-12:00p (Z209), 12p-1p, 4:45p-6p, 6p-10p (Z102)
  • W: 7:30a-8a, 4p-5p
  • R: 2p-3:30p (Z104), 3:30p-5p (Z102)
  • F: 7:30a-8a, 4p-5p

unless noted otherwise, meet in Z005


College of Engineering

Academic Advisor Roles

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Master of Science in Engineering Management

Academic Degrees

  • Ph.D., Engineering Management, University of Missouri – Rolla (1996)
  • MBA, Northwest Missouri State University (1993)
  • B.S., Metallurgical Engineering, Michigan Technological University (1989)

Professional Experience

  • Metallurgical Lab, General Motors
  • Quality Engineer, Wire Rope Corporation of America, Inc.
  • Owner, Hire Standard Consulting

Selected Publications/Presentations

No information available.

Additional Information

My wife and I have lived in Fort Wayne since 1996 when I began at Indiana Tech to start the Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering program. I have four children. I am an elder of Wallen Baptist Church and have been a Board member of Lakewood Park Christian School in Auburn, Indiana for many years.