The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Leadership is ideal for students interested in production and inventory control, motion and time study, employer-employee relations, managing engineering technology, cost analysis, quality improvement and quality control.
Courses are offered via distance education for the students' convenience. A PDF download of the current audit sheet is available here.
Graduates are typically employed in entry-level or mid-management positions such as:
- product and process management and supervision
- quality control management
- technical sales
- labor relations
- industrial training
- customer relations
- plant organization
- inventory management
- transportation and materials handling
- production supervisor
- maintenance supervisor
- project and process consultant
- product designer
- production manager
- production foreman
- technical sales representative
- sales manager
- employee trainer
- director of technical services
The percentage of students employed within four months of graduation from this program is 88% (2 year average).
For more information about this major, please contact Dr. Ed Bellman, program coordinator for Industrial Leadership program.