Industrial Management Concentration

Industrial Management Concentration

ncreasing complexities in the business environment have created the need for individuals who possess a greater diversity of skills. Interpersonal, communication, analytical, decision-making, customer service and computer skills are essential for success in business. This program prepares students for entry-level positions in organizations with career paths that eventually lead to supervisory and management positions. The program also prepares employed individuals for upward mobility within their organization. 

A concentration in Industrial Management Technology is specifically designed to provide students with the skills necessary to be successful in a position of supervisory leadership.

What You’ll Learn
Upon completion of an Associate in Applied Science in Management Technology, the graduate will be able to demonstrate fundamental supervisory skills; apply knowledge of business computer software to business activities; apply relevant mathematical skills to business activities; demonstrate a working knowledge of ethical, legal and social skills that relate to the business environment; make decisions after gathering and analyzing information; prepare and present written and oral communication; and demonstrate knowledge specific to the specialized option. See the current advising sheet for more details.  

Credits Required:  62 hours

Credential Earned:  Associate of Applied Science

Career Settings
Students can benefit from this program by becoming qualified for advancement into a supervisory position or a position of greater responsibility and influence. The industrial management concentration offers employment opportunities in various types of profit and nonprofit businesses and organizations as management trainees.

Program Outcomes
-Graduates will be employed in field, a related field, or pursuing an advanced degree.

-Graduates will demonstrate skills and knowledge appropriate for success in the business field.

-Graduates will be satisfied that the curriculum has prepared them for success in field or a related field, or for the pursuit of an advanced degree.