Industrial Technology and Management
The Industrial Technology and Management program
is designed to complement previous training in a
technical area in order to move into a management
role in a manufacturing or related facility.
The degree program is interdisciplinary, bringing
components of various programs together with
specialty courses which expand the knowledge
base of the student in manufacturing and
The foundation classes provide depth of knowledge
applicable to any technology field with classes in
automation, globalization, lean manufacturing,
OSHA safety, general management, quality statistics,
business, engineering topics, decision making,
project management and industrial operations.
Bachelor of Applied Science
HS diploma or GED
GPA min: 2.5
ACT min: 19 or college level math and English
48 transferable college credit hours (minimum)
Credit hours required for graduation: 123-128
College of Engineering Technology
*Available with a combination of online and Grand Rapids courses.
Students typically come to the ITM program with
work experience in a manufacturing environment. This
allows students to bring their own experiences from
their jobs to the classroom for a unique perspective
on solving manufacturing related problems.
The Industrial Technology and Management degree
program will assist individuals who want to make
a career transition with their current employer or a
career change to a new employer. It is designed for
those who desire to work in production supervision,
sales engineering, production planning, quality
engineering supervision and project management
among other positions.
All information is accurate at time of printing.