The certificate in industrial technology is designed to help you improve your technical and leadership skills. A certificate consists of 10 courses (31 credit hours).
The certificate program is designed for:
- full-time employees who wish to pursue their education on a part-time basis
- employees who are in supervisory positions who also want additional skills
- employees who want to move into a role with more responsibilities
Many of the courses taken while completing a certificate can be applied toward associate and bachelor's degrees in the same program.
All certificate-track students must apply to and meet admission requirements of the College of Technology.
CERTIFICATE CURRICULUM IN INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
(Statewide locations only)
Effective Fall Semester of 2009-2010
Students may complete the certificate program below by satisfactorily completing all courses
listed with a grade of C- or higher. Transfer credit applied to the certificate is limited to no
more than 6 credit hours.
Phase I – Foundation
(3) IT 10400 Industrial Organization
(3) IT 11400 Problem Solving in Manufacturing
Phase 2 – Broadening
(3) IT 21400 Introduction to Lean Manufacturing
(3) IT 23000 Industrial Supply Chain Management
Phase 3 – Specialization (choose two of the following)
(3) IT 28100 Introduction to Lean Manufacturing or
(3) IT 35100 Advanced Industrial Safety & Health Management
(3) IT 33000 Industrial Sales and Sales Management
(3) IT 33200 Purchasing, Inventory, and Warehouse Management
(3) IT 34500 Automatic Identification and Data Capture
(3) IT 38100 Total Productive Maintenance
(3) IT 38500 Industrial Ergonomics
18 Total credit hours for certificate