A bachelor’s degree in industrial technology management will allow you to explore topics in building construction management, building construction safety management, occupational safety management, and manufacturing technology management.

A variety of lab facilities, including a unique commercial construction lab, offer critical hands-on opportunities from the start of your program. Many internship opportunities let you gain practical skills in real-life settings.

Choose how your degree will best suit you by choosing an area of emphasis.

Building Construction Management

Explore the topics of 2D drafting, building materials, estimating, scheduling, 3D modeling of buildings, administration of construction, and commercial building with the building construction management emphasis.

Prepare for a career in project management, field engineering, estimating, inspecting, and more. Pair this emphasis with a minor in business administration to help you excel in the areas of management and supervision in construction management.

Building Construction Safety Management

Blend building construction and construction safety management techniques with the building construction safety management emphasis. This emphasis may allow you to operate as safety managers or directors in the field of construction.

Manufacturing Technology Management

Learn the “know-why” and “know-how” of industry and work to contribute to the ideas of professional engineers and management. With the manufacturing technology management emphasis you’ll be prepared to supervise and manage the utilization of materials and machines for producing, distributing, and servicing industrial products.

This emphasis will allow you to develop an understanding of people, tools, materials, and machines, as well as the processes and their relationship to industrial production. To meet the diverse demands of the profession, this emphasis provides a solid background in mathematics, physical science, communication skills, management, human relations, economics, and computing applications. This emphasis requires an additional minor.

Occupational Safety Management

The occupation safety management emphasis provides a broad-based technical background and hands-on curriculum that will prepare you for safety positions in a variety of fields such as manufacturing, building construction, product distribution, healthcare, government, insurance, and more.

As a graduate with the occupational safety management emphasis, you’ll be prepared for a career in safety management, OSHA compliance, risk control, or consulting.