Bachelor of Industrial Technology and Management
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The Bachelor of Industrial Technology and Management (BINTM) is a completion program for working individuals who have technical training in manufacturing or industrial specialties. The Program enables students to build upon existing skills, improve their technical capabilities, and thereby expand their career opportunities to include managerial positions.
The BINTM program offers five professional specializations:
Industrial Facilities (IF) Coursework includes construction, project management, and renovation/maintenance of buildings, facilities and equipment.
Industrial Sustainability (ST) Coursework includes sustainable use of carbon and non-carbon-based materials; non-renewable natural resources; fuel, raw material, and commodities pricing; and legal, ethical, and political issues related to sustainability.
Manufacturing Technology (MT) Coursework includes manufacturing processes, quality and management information systems.
Supply Chain Management (SCM) Coursework includes supply chain management, warehousing and distribution, purchasing, transportation, and export/import activities.
Telecommunication Technology (TT) Coursework includes management and maintenance of data networks, network configurations, network security, new technologies.
Students in the Program learn principles applicable to all of these sectors while taking a concentration in the area of greatest interest to them. Ideal candidates for this program are individuals who are already working within these industries. The BINTM degree provides a broad background that gives students the flexibility to advance within a chosen technical specialty, or to move into a related career at a professional or management level.