For companies to grow and prosper, skilled workers are needed to design, develop and manage manufacturing systems and technologies. They must also understand and embrace traditional technologies in manufacturing, construction, and design, in order to build upon and improve those technologies. In the manufacturing management minor, you’ll explore topics such as robotics, electronics, and computeroperated machinery through hands-on activities. You’ll learn to apply this knowledge to help solve manufacturing problems and improve system methods and processes. You’ll also learn business concepts and workplace safety requirements, which will make you well-suited for leadership or management roles within business, manufacturing, production, and engineering environments.
2020-21 Academic Year
Required Courses: 21 hours
A minor must include a minimum of 12 hours unduplicated by your major(s) and minor(s).
- ITE 205 Introduction to Manufacturing Operations (3)
- ITE 220 Introduction to Manufacturing Operations (3)
- ITE 306 Industrial Safety (3)
- ITE 403 Electronics and Control Systems (3)
- ITE 421 Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Robotics (3)
Plus 6 hours from the following:
- CIS 477 Project Management (3)
- ITE 222 Fundatmentals of CNC Programming (3)
- ITE 422 Advanced CIM and Robotics (3)