About this course
This program prepares professionals for positions of leadership and responsibility in business, industry, and government. It provides direct exposure to actual business and industrial problems in an applications-oriented environment. It encourages part-time study while the participant is involved in full-time employment. Representative undergraduate degrees include industrial technology, engineering technology, computer information systems, and business.
Required courses include engineering economics, operations management, integrated industrial systems and research design. These courses provide a common core of knowledge enabling the graduate to effectively function in diverse settings. Elective courses allow the student to pursue topics of interest that may be of immediate professional benefit. A research project, often based on current work experiences, completes the program.