Industrial Management Technology

Associate in Science

This program is designed to provide the education and skill development to prepare students for entry-level employment or supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in the field. In this versatile degree, students focus their training towards a comprehensive background necessary in the current workforce. The knowledge and training acquired in this program can also be applied to many other managerial or supervisory positions in a variety of technical occupations.

After successful completion of the program, students will be able to:

  • Apply supervision skills.
  • Effectively communicate in a supervisory role.
  • Manage human behavior.
  • Apply strategies for effective management of personnel.
  • Employ creative thinking to achieve business objectives and solve problems.
  • Apply basic decision-making skills in supervision.
  • Demonstrate appropriate communication skills.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of entrepreneurship.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of information-processing activities
  • Identify management functions.
  • Develop human relations skills.
  • Apply basic quality control principles.

Program Details

  • 60 Credits
  • 2-Year program

Class Options

Related Certificates

  • No certificates currently available for this program.

Career Outlook*

Employment of industrial production managers is projected to show little or no change from 2016 to 2026. Most of these managers are employed in various manufacturing industries, and may experience growth or decline along with the industries in which they are employed. The median annual wage for industrial production managers was $97,140 in May 2016.

Average or Median Salary


*All career data on this page, such as occupation description, career outlook and salary information reflects the national average and was sourced from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.