This program prepares students for problem-solving and decision-making tasks in management and for technological positions in industrial engineering technology areas such as production planning and control, work methods analysis and work measurement, quality assurance and control, cost analysis, and systems and procedures analysis.
Increased sophistication in technology and management systems is fueling the need for graduates with capabilities in both technology and business, and increased job openings will occur for manufacturing technologists as automation and modernization continue to be applied in business and industry.
As graduates of this program, students will be qualified to work in a variety of positions such as an industrial engineer, manufacturing engineer, process engineer, quality engineer, production supervisor, plant manager, or plant scheduler.
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- Technology Management
- Product Design/ Analysis
- Automation and Production Systems
- Project Management
- Total Quality Management
- World class Manufacturing Systems
- Service Operations management (Also listed under marketing)
- International Supply Chain Management
- Enterprise Resource Planning (Also listed under Information Management)