The Master of Science in Industrial Management degree program is designed for students who desire work in management or supervisory positions in industry. Participants in the master of science degree program develop skills useful to business and industry. 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 curriculum utilizes web-based learning with the option to enroll in on-campus courses to round out a blended learning approach. This program includes online and on-campus options. For more information, click the brochure below.
The Master of Science degree in Technology is an advanced curriculum focused on preparing for positions in technology related organizations, enterprises, and activities. Students are able to select coursework to meet their individual career goals. Coursework will include advanced technologies, management, safety, applied research, quality assurance and computer simulations.
Technology demands the accumulation of extensive quantities of knowledge and application of this knowledge in technology related fields, both in breadth and in depth. It expands the student's area of specialization through the development of independent, constructive, creative thinking and the acquisition of effective skills in problem solving. This program include online and on-campus options.
Courses are scheduled to allow the capability of completing the degree program in two calendar years. The program allows several curricular paths leading to graduation and facilitates articulation to a Doctorate degree in Technology Management. For more information, click the brochure below.
Both the Industrial Management and the Technology Programs are fully accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
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