Are you looking to broaden your understanding of industrial operations and gain the managerial skills to pursue leadership roles?
Pitt Community College’s Associate of Applied Science Industrial Management Technology (IMT) degree is designed primarily for professionals and those who are working in the industry who want to enhance their skills. Our five-semester program is 100 percent online, allowing you to earn your industrial technology management degree around your work — and personal — commitments.
An IMT degree from PCC equips you with the knowledge and abilities to function effectively in industry leadership roles. In addition to advancing your leadership skills, our Industrial Management Technology degree emphasizes team-building, total quality management, statistical process control, motivation, continuous improvement, and systems.
From Bio-Management Practices to Problem Solving, we offer six certificates to augment your IMT associate degree. You can also transfer your Industrial Management Technology degree to East Carolina University to earn your Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology.
To further enhance your skills, PCC offers six industrial technology management certificates:
Flexibility — PCC’s Industrial Management Technology program is 100 percent online, which means you can earn your industrial technology degree at your convenience — from anywhere.
Affordability — Tuition and books for your IMT degree are generally less expensive than competitive institutions.
Length of program — You can earn your Industrial Management Technology industrial degree in as few as five semesters.
Knowledgeable faculty — The faculty of our IMT program has 30 years of manufacturing experience and 20 years of teaching credentials.
Small class sizes — The student-to-instructor ratio in PCC’s Industrial Management Technology program is 15:1, which means direct access to faculty.
Six certificate options — Adding industry-specific certificates to your management technology degree expands your knowledge and increases your marketability.
Industry-relevant curriculums — Our industrial technology programs are constantly evolving to meet the real-world needs of the industry.
Accreditation — Pitt Community College is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Transfer option — Your IMT degree is fully transferrable to East Carolina University’s Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology, as well as other bachelor degrees.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts 3 percent growth for industrial technology through 2032 — as fast as the average. BLS reports $61,220 median pay for candidates who hold an associate degree.
Industrial management opportunities include:
Quality Control Technician
IMT coursework includes the integrated study of quality and productivity improvement, production operations, management, financial analysis, and management of resources — human, physical, and information:
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
As a student in our Industrial Management Technology degree program, you’ll be able to efficiently use materials requirement planning (MRP) to meet customer demands, apply management skills in a lean environment, identify ways to reduce waste, and develop processes to streamline operations.
East Carolina University – B.S. Industrial Technology
Students in any business-based degree can benefit from Pitt Community College’s IMT degree.