Industrial Management M.S.

The Master of Science in Industrial Management is designed to prepare the individual for employment which involves management, administration, and other types of leadership positions in industry, business, government, or education.

Degree Requirements

The Master of Science in Industrial Management degree is a 36-hour non-thesis program that includes the following requirements:

Professional Core (6 hrs.):

MANA 5350Strategic Human Resources Management

MANA 5305Decision Making in Operations Management

Research Core (6 hrs.)

TECH 5303Research Techniques in HRD/Technology

TECH 5329Trends in Industry


TECH 5371Internship in Technology

Technical Core (18 hrs.)

Select six (6) courses from the following:

TECH 5306Advanced Logistics Management

TECH 5309Industrial Processes and Materials

TECH 5310Six Sigma Quality

TECH 5312Total Productive Maintenance

TECH 5317Computer Integrated Manufacturing

TECH 5320Total Quality Management

TECH 5331Project Management

TECH 5335Lean Management

TECH 5346Environmental Management

TECH 5366Value Stream Management

TECH 5380Management of Nanomaterials

TECH 5390Advanced Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Techniques


Electives (6 hrs.):

Any graduate-level course