Industrial Engineering Technology
Just the Facts
Program Start Term: Fall and Spring
Program Length: 4 Semesters, 1 Summer
Completed Online: Both
Completed in the Evenings: Day
Pathway: Career Path
Career Cluster: Industrial Technology and Transportation
Program Locations: Council Bluffs Campus
About the Program
The Industrial Engineering Technology program of study is designed to provide the knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully respond to a broad range of work requirements and duties within industrial, manufacturing, processing, and building maintenance environments. Students learn skills in maintaining and troubleshooting electrical and mechanical systems and machinery. The diverse education includes training in welding, electrical, hydraulics, pneumatics, print reading, instrumentation, applied mathematics, critical thinking skills, and computer operation. Graduates of this program are awarded an Associate of Applies Science (A.A.S.) degree.
Upon the successful completion of the program students will:
- Follow safety practices and procedures for all tools and equipment with proper use of PPE.
- Describe types of work and workplace environments available and techniques needed to succeed within professional career fields.
- Build, analyze, and troubleshoot electrical circuits.
- Install, wire, program, and troubleshoot based PLCs and associated equipment.
- Demonstrate basic knowledge in Welding.
- Compare, analyze and apply problem solving techniques with various power transmission systems.
- Interpret prints, layout and safely operate variety of manual machines.
- Identify, collect data and complete preventative and reactive maintenance procedures on various types of machinery.
- Demonstrate CNC milling practices, tooling and operation practices including CNC programming language.
- Identify fundamentals of Lean Process Improvement of minimizing waste, increasing efficiency and improving quality within organizations.
* Salary information from EMSI Analyst Database.