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 and related technologies that enable advanced, globally competitive production. Study occupational safety and related technologies that enable advanced, globally competitive production. Develop theoretical and hands-on technology skills via classroom and laboratory experiences.
Industrial Technology classes are small enough that you can learn by doing and have access to your instructor. The typical class size is 15-30 students and lab sizes average about 16 students working in teams of 2 to 4 students.