The Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Studies offers the Master of Science degree in Engineering Technology and Industrial Studies with thesis and non-thesis options and concentrations in Engineering Technology, Occupational Health and Safety, and Industrial Relations.
Under the Engineering Technology concentration, the degree requires the student to select courses, as approved by the graduate advisor, that provide the student with a technical area of specialty. Currently, typical technical areas include manufacturing, environmental safety, computer integrated manufacturing, electronics, drafting and design, and quality control.
Other technical areas can be designed to meet the student's individual needs, if approved by the graduate advisor. A minor in Industrial Studies is also available at the graduate level.
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Last updated July 13, 2015