Bachelor of Industrial Technology
As an Industrial Technologist, you are involved in the design, installation, and improvement of integrated systems in diverse areas such as computer, education, financial, government, health care, and manufacturing organizations.
In this program, you will develop the knowledge and skills essential in a broad range of industries where the efficiency of machines, people, and computers are critical to success.
Program requirements include an Associate degree or approved equivalent of 90 quarter hours from an accredited institution (minimum GPA 2.0).
- The average annual salary for an Industrial Technician is $49,030.
- The projected growth and job prospects for this career vary by specialty. The best opportunties are for Environmental Engineering Technicians and Civil Engineering Technicians.
- Industrial Technicians can specialize in any number of areas and can qualify for a variety of positions including system administrator, network engineer, electronics technologist, sales engineer, product or quality control engineer, research and development technologist or mechanical designer.