Jul 20, 2024  
2024-2025 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
    
2024-2025 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

Industrial Technology, BS, Manufacturing Concentration

Location(s): Alpine


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The Industrial Technology (IT) curriculum designed to be a broad-based student-centered program that prepares students with marketable technical skills for careers in business, industry, education, and government.

The Manfacturing concentration emphasizes specialized coursework in the fundamentals of manufacturing‐related topics such as production management, statistical quality control, and manufacturing processes.

Program Requirements


Core Curriculum: 42

First-Year Seminar: 1

 

Major Requirements: 18 Credits


Business Courses: 18 Credits


Students must choose 18 credit hours from among the following:

Concentration in Manfacturing: 40 Credits


Students must choose 40 credit hours from among the following:

Total Hours: 120


Core Curriculum: 42

First-Year Seminar: 1

General Electives: required to reach the required 120 hours for this degree

Required Core Courses: 18

Restrictive Electives in Business: 18

Restrictive Electives in Manufacturing: 40

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