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B.S. in Industrial Technology


B.S. in Industrial Technology

The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology prepares students for supervisory and management positions in the production, automation, maintenance or logistics areas of industry. Students receive 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. Students have the opportunity to specialize in specific areas by selecting from three concentrations:

  • Industrial Automation
  • Industrial Distribution
  • Manufacturing and Maintenance Management

For an enhanced educational experience, industrial software is employed in the teaching of classes and labs. Software includes the following:

  • Maintsmart - computerized maintenance management system
  • AutoCad - 2D drafting
  • Inventor - 3D drafting
  • Inventor HSM - computer-aided manufacturing software
  • Automation Studio - electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic simulation software
  • Rockwell Automation - PLC simulation and programming software

Coordinator: Dr. John Wyatt | 662.325.7257 |

Curriculum → Industrial Automation Concentration

Curriculum → Industrial Distribution Concentration

Curriculum → Manufacturing and Maintenance Management Concentration

Each student is responsible for knowing and completing all requirements established for his or her degree by the University, college, and department. A student′s advisor does not assume that responsibility. Any substitution, waiver, or exemption from any established departmental or college requirement or academic standard is accomplished only with the approval of the student′s academic college dean. Exceptions to University requirements are authorized only with the approval of the College of Education Dean and the Provost.