Emerging ideas for a Changing World!
Want to make a difference — a really big difference? Then work with the latest in growing areas like Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, automation, electronics, computer numerical control (CNC), or safety management, loss prevention and industrial hygiene. Develop technical, supervisory and management skills in technical settings. Study manufacturing, occupational safety, and related technologies that enable advanced, globally competitive production. Develop theoretical and hands-on technology skills via classroom and laboratory experiences.
- Starting salary range $50,000 to $65,000
- Nearly 100% job placement (Check out employers who are hiring our grads!)
- Fast career growth
- Math 145 and 151 or Math 165 is the highest math requirement
- Hands-on problem solving
- Manage the future of your career in industry
- Enjoy study abroad programs
- Feel great about your professors
Industrial Technology Courses and Degree Planning
- Industrial technology courses (Course Designator: TSM – Technology Systems Management)
- Curricula (required coursework) and four-year plans
Option Areas of Study
- Manufacturing: Applies manufacturing and management principles to plan and coordinate materials, machines, methods, and human resources in a manufacturing environment. Enjoy a career that emphasizes hands-on practical problem solving abilities to create products and profits.
- Occupational Safety: Enjoy a career in a management position with a goal to strengthen your company. Improve the optimum safety effectiveness by developing, coordinating, and evaluating safety issues. Safety is evaluated in several areas involving people, materials, equipment, methods, and environments.
To join ITec and for more information, please contact Industrial Technology advisor Tamara Kerns, 515-294-0462, 1330A Elings Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org