Bachelor of Technology
The Bachelor of Technology program is designed to serve students who have an Applied Science degree or documented training and/or verifiable skills in an exclusive vocational/technical area, full-time military experience, or business/industrial training and who desires a bachelor's degree. A specific program of study for each student is contracted on the basis of his/her career goals and previous training.
A Technology Advisory Committee helps you prepare an individualized program of study, which becomes a learning contract when approved by the chair of the Department of Technology. Students may be approved to take course work in other departments in order to meet specific career objectives.
Bachelor of Technology graduates hold positions in business and industry that include:
- Plant Manager
- Line Supervisor
- Quality Control
- Engineering Designer
- Industrial Engineer
Certification is available through NAIT (CIT, Certified Industrial Technologist), and SME (Certified Manufacturing Technologist, CMfgT).
For more information about degree requirements, visit the NSU catalog.
- National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT)
- Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)
- The Association for Operations Management (APICS)