Fort Wayne, Ind.—Indiana Tech’s College of Professional Studies is adding a bachelor’s degree in industrial and manufacturing engineering (IME) to the offerings at its Louisville campus. The IME program will debut in Session 1, which begins July 28. Registration deadline is July 12.
When: Begins Session 1, the week of July 28Where: Indiana Tech11855 Commonwealth Dr., LouisvilleMore information: Call 502.708.2363
The IME degree focuses on efficient manufacturing operations and explores topics such as simulation, lean manufacturing, quality management, safety and environmental issues. The program combines technical and managerial skills and includes courses in accounting, management and marketing.
Graduates of the IME program can pursue careers paths in fields such as industrial engineering, quality engineering, manufacturing engineering or environmental health and safety engineering.
The Louisville campus will be the sixth Indiana Tech location to offer the IME program in an accelerated format, which makes it possible for working adults to fit college into their lifestyles. Courses meet once or twice a week for five-week sessions. This allows students to attend full-time while balancing other commitments and responsibilities.
Indiana Tech-Louisville opened in October 2011. In addition to the IME program, the College of Professional Studies offers degrees in high-demand fields such as accounting, business, criminal justice, and leadership. The university’s main campus is in Fort Wayne, Ind., with additional satellite facilities in Northern Kentucky and throughout Indiana.
Indiana Tech is a non-profit university and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
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