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Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660.543.4985
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Industrial Technology

"What Can I Do With a Major in... Innovative Technologies?"

Why Major in Innovative Technologies?

The graduate with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Innovative Technologies program will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:

  • Apply mathematical, statistical and scientific principles to technological situations to maintain and enhance the work within business or industry.
  • Use the computer proficiently as an essential tool in planning, monitoring, and controlling of work within business or industry.
  • Understand management concepts in the areas of Production Management, Product Research and Development, or Robotics and Automation.
  • Understand and utilize core competencies in design and drafting,technical writing, quality systems, project management and safety leadership.

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Related Career Titles

Computer Aided Drafting DirectorMaintenance Supervisor
Computer Network Manager Manufacturing Engineer
Computer Systems AnalystPlant Supervisor
Control DesignerProcess Planner
Distribution ManagerProduction Controller
Electronic TechnologistProduction Manager
Facility Manager Quality Manager
Industrial Engineer Technology Manager
Line Supervisor

Related Job Listings/Job Search Website

Career Jet
Jobs in Manufacturing
Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE)
Society of Manufacturing Engineers
Society of Fire Protection Engineers

Affiliated Organizations

American Society for Quality
American Society for Quality (KC)
Employers of Architects & Engineers
Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE)
National Association of Manufacturers
National Council for Advanced Manufacturing
National Tooling & Machining Association
Society of Fire Protection Engineers
Society of Manufacturing Engineers (UCM)

Four-Year Academic Plan

Innovative Technologies: B.S. Degree 


The career paths listed are those which are commonly associated with this area of study and in no way does this site attempt to suggest that these are all of the career paths possible. Some of the career paths listed may require additional education, training, development, licenses and/or certifications. Listings of resources such as job listings, web links, professional organizations, library publications, and other information found on this page are believed to be accurate and true at the time published. The "What Can I Do With A Major In..." database is reviewed and updated every year in July. While no list is truly exhaustive, if you feel something should be added, deleted, changed or updated on this page, please contact the Career Services Center by e-mail at and an out-of-cycle change will be completed.

Who Can Help Me?

Valery Johnson
Career Development Coordinator