The Industrial Management Technology (IMT) curriculum is designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to function effectively in staff, front-line leadership, and mid-level management positions in organizations. The program emphasizes team building, TQM, SPC, motivation, continuous improvement, systems, and leadership.
Coursework includes the integrated study of quality and productivity improvement, production operations, management, financial analysis, problem-solving, and management of resources – human, physical, and information. Coursework includes qualifying for entry-level positions such as front-line supervisor, engineering assistant, production planner, inventory supervisor, or as a quality control technician. With additional training and experience, graduates could become plant managers or production managers.
Students enrolled full-time and making satisfactory progress should complete this program in five semesters. Additional time may be needed to achieve minimum requirements in English, Math, or Science.
All classes are available online!
David G. Manning, Curriculum Coordinator
Office: A.B. Whitley Building (ABW), Room 121
Phone: (252) 493-7441
Amy Stephenson, Department Chair
Office: A.B. Whitley Building (ABW), Room 130-A
Phone: (252) 493-7328
Quality Control Technician
Principles of Accounting I
Principles of Supervision
Employment Law and Regulations
Manufacturing Quality Control
Manufacturing Management Practices
Principles of Industrial Management
Productivity Analysis I
Material and Capacity Planning
Prod. Activity Control
Statistical Quality Control
Industrial Organization and Management
Machine Processes I
ISO 9000 Standards
ISO 9000 Internal Auditor
Principles of Supplier Quality
Students will be able to efficiently use an MRP (Materials Requirement Planning) to meet customer demands.
Students will be able to apply management skills in a lean environment.
Students will be able to identify waste to make a company more efficient.
Students will be able to develop processes to make a company more efficient.
East Carolina University – B.S. Industrial Technology