Click here to download the form for Program of Study (POS)
You are eligible to enroll as soon as you receive a letter saying you are admitted to the program.
The M.S. programs in Industrial Management and Technology are 33 credit hours. If enrolled as a full-time student, taking 9 credit hours for each Spring and Fall and 3-6 credit hours in Summer, it can take one and half years to complete. It is normal for the students in the program working full-time to enroll in only 3-6 credit hours per semester; they may take 2-3 years for completion.
The successful applicant should have at least 2 years of work experience in the related
fields of industry/business/education/government and also have an appropriate background
Bachelor’s degree. Those without this background education or work experience may
be required to take some prerequisite courses.
The program provides a balanced curriculum focusing on the human element of the workplace as well as a variety of industrial systems. Specific skills will be developed in the field of leadership, problem solving, and decision-making. The program is delivered online via Internet. Students must be highly self-motivated and goal-oriented with excellent study skills and time management. Instructors will hold virtual class meetings in the evening (5pm, 6pm, and 7pm Central time) to discuss the course materials.
For the latest information on tuition and fees, visit http://www.ucmo.edu/costs.
For 2018/2019, the cost of tuition for an on-campus graduate student is $298.50 per credit hour for Missouri residents and $597.00 per credit hour for non-residents (including international students). 2018/19 graduate online and hybrid courses (extended campus) are $348.50 per credit hour.
Yes, there are several types of financial aid at UCM. The Student Financial Services website is located at http://www.ucmo.edu/sfs . To apply for a Graduate Assistantship, you can read details and download the application form at http://www.ucmo.edu/graduate/support/assist.
Graduates from MSIM work in positions such as Project Manager, Engineering Manager, College Professor, Corporate Maintenance and Reliability Manager, Production Manager, Research Assistant, Plant Manager, Business Intelligence, Quality Systems Engineer, Corporate Plant Systems and Controls Manager, Senior Process Improvement Analyst, and Manufacturing Engineer.
Graduates from MST work in positions such as Project Manager, Engineering Manager, College Professor, Production Manager, Manufacturing Engineer, Networking Administrator, Lean and Cost Control Manager, Senior Project Engineer, Systems Analyst, and as business owners.
You can apply online at http://www.ucmo.edu/graduate/future/apply.cfm.
For international students, please visit the International Center at http://www.ucmo.edu/international.
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M.S. Industrial Management: ucmo.edu/academics/programs/masters-degrees/industrial-management-ms-53-141/index.php
M.S. Technology: ucmo.edu/academics/programs/masters-degrees/technology-ms-53-589/index.php
Student Financial Services: www.ucmo.edu/sfs
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