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Director's Message

Welcome to the Industrial Technology and Management Program (INTM). The program was officially established in fall 1994 with the launch of the Bachelor of Manufacturing Technology (now BINTM). The Master of Industrial Technology and Operations (MITO) was added in 2001. In 2004, INTM was expanded from its initial focus on Manufacturing to include coursework in Industrial Facilities and Industrial Logistics, and the program name was changed to reflect the wider coverage.

INTM defines industry as a sector that represents about 30 percent of the U.S. economy. The program is organized so that students develop an understanding of operations as well as the range of technologies involved in a wide range of industries. It serves individuals already working in industry, as well as full-time students who are looking to secure employment. All classes are offered evenings and online.

BINTM is a completion degree that allows technicians already employed in industry, with two years of college credit, to earn a degree and move into a management position. This program has had many successes over the years.

The Master of Industrial Technology and Operations (MITO) is open to qualified students with any type of bachelor’s degree so long as they have been involved or are interested in a career in industry. Many MITO students are graduate engineers who have found a lack of operational knowledge prevented them from working outside of their specific degree focus area.

The MITO is designed to provide students with a broader understanding of industrial operations and further develop their management skills and abilities.

Please take a moment to learn more about our programs and the opportunities they offer. We welcome you to contact us directly with any questions.

Mazin Safar
INTM Program Director and Industry Professor