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The objective of the graduate program in Industrial Technology is to provide students with advanced knowledge and understanding of:

 

  • Diverse technology systems and their functions and applications in the four major areas of technology.

  • The nature of technology; and its relationships and impacts among technological achievements, the environment, the advancement of science, the individual, and society

  • The application of technology systems, information, tools, and materials in solving individual, societal, and environmental problems.

  • The nature of technology in making ethical decisions about technological-related issues, including the development and use of technology, technology processes, and technology resources.

  • The safe, effective, efficient, and creative use of technological resources and materials in performing technological processes.

  • The application of mathematics, natural/physical sciences, social sciences and technological concepts in solving practical technology problems and extending human capabilities.

  • Principles, practices, and standards used in performing tasks associated with technology based systems.

  • Principles and practices of owning and operating a technology- or industrial-related business.

  • Supervision of subordinates and the management of technology systems in the production of consumer goods and services.

  • Design, develop, and deliver instruction in a career/technical education program at the secondary and post-secondary levels

 

Graduate Degree Programs

The Department offers M.S. Degree in Industrial Technology with concentrations in:

 

  • Civil Infrastructure Systems Technology
  • Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Industrial Management
  • Manufacturing Management
  • Mechanical Drafting and Design Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Post-secondary Industrial Technology Education
  • Quality Assurance