Average Annual SALARY: $87,200

List of program requirements & course descriptions (pdf)

Industrial Engineering Technology Objectives and Outcomes (pdf)

Industrial Engineering Technology Enrollment and Graduate Data (pdf)

Complete a bachelor’s degree at Dunwoody

Have a two-year degree in a manufacturing-related field? Graduates from such programs as engineering drafting, machining, electronics, and robotics are eligible to transfer into Dunwoody’s bachelor’s completion degree in Industrial Engineering Technology. Take courses in the evening and gain the degree and skills needed to move from technician positions into engineering roles at your company.

Your classes will include:

  • Advanced mathematics
  • Statistics
  • Manufacturing processes
  • Engineering economics
  • Quality
  • Lean manufacturing
  • Six Sigma
  • Industrial automation
  • Operations management
  • Simulation modeling using Simio software

In combination with your core curriculum, you will take Arts & Sciences courses. Through these courses, you will enhance your communication, mathematics and critical thinking skills, making you a valuable asset in the job market.

While most graduates use their bachelor’s degree to enhance or improve their current work situations, some go on to pursue master’s degrees in such fields as engineering management, manufacturing engineering, business administration, and technology management. Recent examples include graduates accepted into programs at Arizona State University, University of Wisconsin-Stout, and the University of St. Thomas.

Dunwoody’s Industrial Engineering Technology program features:

  • A capstone project that combines the knowledge learned in the first three semesters to solve problems in a real-world setting.
  • Access to additional professional seminars through Dunwoody’s Institute of Industrial Engineers student chapter.
  • Instructors with real-world experience in Industrial Engineering.
  • Training in Solidworks, MasterCAM, CREO, and Simio software.
  • Access to Dunwoody’s Engineering Materials, Mechanics and Metrology Lab where students are trained on coordinate measurement machines, a microscope and optical measurement software, CNC simulators, 3D printers, MTS tensile and compression testers, and inspection tools like micrometers, calipers, and gage blocks.
  • Access to Dunwoody’s Machine Shop featuring Bridgeport vertical mills, bandsaws, pedestal grinders, surface grinders, a horizontal saw, manual lathes, Haas CNC vertical mills, Haas CNC turning centers, a Sodick wire EDM, and a Charmilles sinker EDM.
  • Students also have access to Dunwoody’s welding and fabrication shop, electronics engineering lab, and robotics lab.



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