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WKU Engineering Technology Management Program


Engineering Technology Management Program

Technology is defined as any tool or operating system designed to improve the efficiency, quality and competitiveness of an organization. Engineering Technology Management (reference number 575) at Western Kentucky University is a 2+2 program designed specifically for students who currently hold a certificate or associates degree from a technical school, two year college or 4 year institution. The TM program is a capstone program that provides a two year management emphasis for those working toward a supervisory position in industry. Graduates are empowered to obtain a position of leadership in business, industry or workforce development in support of innovation and global competitiveness.

 

Program Information:

Four-year degree program 

Engineering Technology Management Critical Path Flowchart

Colonnade Program Information

SEAS Student Advising Operating Procedure


 

Study Abroad Opportunity! Join us in Germany at Reutlingen University at the end of September 2019 for an international experience in managing a company with students from all over the world. This 9-day trip will substitute for Senior Research (AMS 490E or 490F). For more info and to sign up go to Study Abroad and Global Learning. 


 Program Coordinator: Brian Janes

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                                          brian.janes@wku.edu

 

Student Organization: ATMAE and ASQ

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates obtain employment in a wide variety of positions, some job titles of graduates include:

 

Specialty Average Salary
Technology Educator $51,910
Industrial Plant Manager $89,190
Systems Manager $120,950

 

Source: Occupational Outlook Handbook 2014-2015 (Bureau of Labor Statistics) salary.com

Summary of positions held by alumni

 

 

 

 


 

 


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 Last Modified 4/24/19