The Industrial Management degree program (3 certificates leading to the AAS degree) will provide industry skills ranging from occupational safety and health regulations, total quality management, performance analysis, to manufacturing methods.
Graduates supervise and coordinate activities of employees engaged in all phases of a plant operation. The job outlook for industrial management professions is very good. Local, state, and national employment data indicates significant growth in the employment of industrial management professionals.
WORKPLACE SKILLS (INDMG C271)
The Workplace Skills certificate program prepares individuals with entry-level employment skills used in business and industry settings. Graduates of this certificate will be proficient in the general skills necessary for quality interpersonal interaction, as well as specific proficiencies in blueprint reading.
MANUFACTURING SKILLS (INDMG C272)
The Manufacturing Skills certificate program is a unique training program designed to provide students with enhanced industrial career opportunities. Students select from directed manufacturing electives to acquire technical training to enhance employment prospects. This certificate was developed utilizing local industry-based skill standards.
*DIRECTED MANUFACTURING FOCUS AREAS:
WEL 1201 Basic Welding 3
WEL 1203 Practical Welding 4
WEL 1206 Special Projects in Welding 3V
TRA 1298 Special Topics in Mechanics & Repair 1V
BTR 1207 Basic Carpentry I 4
BTR 1208 Basic Carpentry II 4
BTR 1225 Building Trades Internship 3V
BTR 1201 Intro to Construction Occupations 4
SUPERVISORY SKILLS (INDMG C273)
The Supervisory Skills certificate program provides students with effective skills in performance management, motivation, team development and time management—everything you need to manage people effectively.
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Strategies of Success
College Level Math
Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
Essential Computer Skills
Directed Manufacturing Focus Elective * See courses listed above in description.
Customer and Quality Improvement
Team Leader and Facilitator Training
Race and Ethnic Relations
We recommend that you contact an advisor before enrolling in any degree, certificate, or transfer program to ensure all requirements are met including total hours associated with transfer courses.
This is a General Education or Elective course to be selected and therefore has no schedule link.