|Dr. John Wyatt||Download a Program of Study for these concentrations:|
|Location: Room 110||• Industrial Automation|
|Phone: 325-7257||• Industrial Distribution|
|E-mail: email@example.com||• Manufacturing & Maintenance Management|
Mission Statement: The mission of the Industrial Technology Program is to provide professionals who have skills in the management, operation and maintenance of complex technological systems for the industry of both the state and the nation. Through teaching, research and service the program is committed to the professional development of such individuals, who can contribute to the improvement of lives in our changing, technologically complex, and increasingly diverse society.
This curriculum is designed for students who want to prepare for employment leading to supervisory and management positions in the production, automation,
maintenance or logistics areas of industry. The role of the Industrial Technology graduate is that of a facilitator of ideas from senior management to the
Successful completion of the four-year curriculum would provide an excellent background in science, mathematics, design and human relations. This is coupled with the practical use of both manual and automated machinery and the associated tools, as well as knowledge of industrial manufacturing processes, materials and logistics. The curriculum is divided into three concentrations. To see suggested class scheduling, please click on the concentration that you are interested in.
|Download a Program of Study for these concentrations:|
|• Industrial Automation|
|• Industrial Distribution|
|• Manufacturing & Maintenance Management|
These concentrations are designed to give students a specialization that they can take into the workforce and build upon throughout their industrial career.
Graduates should quickly become proficient in both the supervisory and administrative roles of dealing with personnel, and depending upon the concentration
selected, the graduate should become adept in the various aspects of the manufacture, distribution and automation of industrial products and processes.
Employment opportunities are very good after graduation.
The MSU Bulletin is not the final source of information. Departmental advisement is critically important for the course sequence and selection. Students should always get advisement and approval from their MSU advisor for course scheduling.
Major courses are defined as those courses listed on the INDT curriculum sheet with the following course symbols: TKI, MGT, MKT, BL, ACC, BQA or EN. Upper division courses (3000 level and up) must be taken at a senior college or university. See a faculty advisor for prerequisites and proper course sequence. NOTE: This curriculum lends itself well to a minor in Business Administration or Marketing.
Earn a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology in just Three Years!
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