The University offers a bachelor of science (B.S.) in advanced manufacturing management that provides the
knowledge and management skills needed to pursue a manufacturing career in a range of industries.
Graduates are competent in both the technical and managerial aspects of advanced manufacturing, and find employment
in a broad range of positions such as quality specialists, manufacturing engineers, project engineers, supervisor/managers, and in a variety of
jobs in the manufacturing industry.
Coursework includes study in the following areas—plus an internship.
Manufacturing processes and materials, and computer numerical control systems
Technology management, including manufacturing, problem-solving, production planning and control, quality control, industrial organizations and functions, and industrial supervision
Electronics technology, including automation, programmable logic controllers, and robotic controls
Mechanical engineering technology, including CAD, fluid power, and solid modeling
Mathematics, computer applications, and graphic analysis
Upon successful completion of their freshman year, students participate in a Co-op Internship Program that enables students to:
Receive credit while employed in a position related to their major.
Earn a portion of their college expenses while employed in an industry for a summer or semester.
Learn about a company while developing professional abilities and earning college credit.
Choose a professional practice experience that meets their career goals from positions located throughout the United States.
Coursework is centered in the University's John T. Myers Technology Center, which has more than 20 state-of-the-art laboratories filled with up-to-date equipment and supplies. These labs are among the most modern and best equipped in the nation, and utilize industrial grade equipment such as computer numerical control (CNC) equipment, robotics, and programmable controllers for instruction areas.
A number of activities and organizations are available that enable students to interact with other students and professionals in the industry, including the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), an international organization with over 40,000 members—and Epsilon Pi Tau (the international honorary for professions in technology).
In addition, the Advanced Manufacturing Management Program is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Students have many sources of financial support for their studies, including financial aid, work-study programs, veterans' benefits, and special scholarships for entering freshmen and transfer students.
In addition, the College of Technology offers a variety of scholarships and awards.
Prospective students should contact the Office of Admissions for further information and assistance.
Currently enrolled students should contact the following:
The Catalog of Indiana State University is the document of
authority for all students. The requirements given in the catalog supersede information issued by any
academic department, program, college, or school. The University reserves the right to change the
requirements at any time.