In the University of Central Missouri’s School of Industrial Sciences and Technology master’s degree programs, you’ll take operation and production management courses that prepare you for supervisory roles in the technology industry. Our Industrial Management master's program builds both soft and hard skills, so you’re prepared to lead the human side of the workplace, as well as the technical side.
You’ll study project management, facilities engineering, legal issues in the industry, applied research for technology and more in courses such as Current Issues in Industry, Engineering Economy, Lean and Quality Management, Organizational Dynamics and Production and Operations Management.
These reports highlight UCM graduates six months after graduation on their First Destination Success (FDS). FDS can be defined as graduates who are actively engaged in work/educational experiences (full-time, part-time, military, volunteer/program of service, or continuing education). Prospective students and families can gain knowledge by looking at major statistics.