A master's degree in industrial technology can help you advance in your career or provide new career options.
The core curriculum is focused on providing leadership skills in industry and technology, from evaluation to quality and project management. From there, you will be able to select an area of specialization. Current areas include:
- Lean Six Sigma Quality Control
- Supply Chain Management Technology (formerly Industrial Distribution)
- Biometrics and Standards
- Organizational Leadership
- Project Management
- Industrial Training
- Engineering/Technology Teacher Education
The curriculum provides coursework that will help you focus on career plans and advancement. It also allows for exploration in a related area, such as education, engineering or management.
You may also choose between a thesis or a directed project.