What can I do with my INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY degree?
Employers of Industrial Technology Majors
- Retail Organizations
- Public Utility Companies
- Construction Companies
- Manufacturing Industries
- Engineering Firms
- Industrial Design Consulting Firms
- Government Agencies
- Pharmaceutical Companies
- Industrial Sales Companies
Related Occupations for Industrial Technology Majors
Some of these occupations may require additional education at Graduate or Professional schools. For information on qualifications and career specifics consult the Occupational Outlook Handbook or other career resources. Also, take advantage of career counseling offered by the Center for Student Excellence.
|Consultant||Project Supervisor or Manager|
|Cost Estimator||Quality Assurance Technician|
|Drafter||Quality Control Technician|
|Electronics Technician||Robotics Technician|
|Industrial Automated Systems||Safety Coordinator|
|Industrial Designer||Safety Engineer|
|Materials & Processes||Safety Supervisor|
|Operations Manager||Sales Representative|
|Planner||Time Study Analyst|
|Production Manager||Vocational Teaching|
Preparing for a Job in Industrial Technology
- Obtain good computer, communication and organizational skills.
- Pursue an internship, co-op, or field placement.
- Obtain math skills.
- Develop analytical skills.
- Attend trade shows for updates on new technology.
- Obtain safety certification if offered at university.
- For design firms need creativity, imagination, and knowledge of CAD.
|Program Overview||Contact Information|
|Industrial Technology||Department of Industrial Technology|
|College of Science and Technology|
|On Campus: Anzalone Hall, Room 110-1|
|Links for Industrial Technology Majors|