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Industrial Management

The Industrial Management program is SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY and will be subject to a two year teach out plan for students currently enrolled in this program.


This degree program is designed to provide additional competencies for administrative, managerial, supervisory and technical discipline areas for the individual who has mastered technical proficiencies from prior training programs or work experience.

Course content includes business law, statistical process, and general business concepts.

Evening classes are available.

Note: A maximum of 25 credits toward the 60 credits required for this degree may be awarded for completion of Apprenticeship, Automotive, Diesel, HVAC & R, Machining, Welding, Electrician, Facilities Maintenance, Security Systems Technician, and Cosmetology CCPCertificate programs.

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