B.S. Industrial Technology Program


Graduates of the Industrial Technology program are called “technologists” to distinguish them from graduates of programs in engineering. Technologists apply management theory and practice with technical skills to solve problems.


Industrial technology graduates find employment as:

• Automation Integration Specialists

• Application Engineers

• Electronic Control Specialists

• Energy Consultants

• Facilities Planners

• Industrial Trainers and Training Managers

• Manufacturing Technologists

• Production/Process Planners

• Quality Assurance Managers

• Technical Sales and Service Engineers

• Technical Support Specialists

• Test/Lab Managers

• Project Managers

• Operations & Supply Chain Manager

• Technical Specialist

• District Managers – Automotive Industry

• Training Managers

• Junior Manufacturing Engineers

• Associate Engineers – Design

• Technical Manager for Quality & Engineering

• Supplier Quality Engineer

• Product Development