Technology management is a field of study designed to prepare technical and/or management-oriented
professionals for employment in business, industry, education, and government. Technology
management is primarily involved with the management, operation, and maintenance of
complex technological systems while engineering and engineering technology are primarily
involved with the design and installation of these systems.
What You'll Do
- Production planning and control, using an enterprise resource planning software package,
- Applications of management and organizational leadership and quantitative analysis
of industrial and business problems.
- Application of scientific techniques for quality control, assurance, and management
of production processes.
- The use of computers and computational tools involving complex industrial problems.
- Three families of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) including PLC-5, SLC 500, and
ControlLogix as well as human machine interface such as Panelview.
- Theoretical and experimental concepts and use of test equipment in the area of industrial
- Manual and computer-aided manufacturing utilizing equipment including manual and CNC
Bridgeport mills and lathes, EDM machine, and plastics processing and testing, metal
arc and ultrasonic welding, casting and sandblasting, manual manufacturing tools,
and break and sheer for sheet metal torching.
- Materials testing using destructive and nondestructive test equipment.
What You'll Study
- ET160 Basic Electricity & Electronics
- EV453 Occupational Health
- IM301 Industrial Safety
- MN170 Industrial Materials & Testing
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