Industrial Technology

Begin your path to become a certified operations manager, productions manager or manufacturing engineer by building a robot or joining a virtual welding contest at the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering Annual Conference. Earn your degree from the only ATMAE-accredited program in Texas offering a surveying and mapping emphasis and nanomaterials safety and robotics certifications.

Meet a Graduate

Daniel Lee

Supplier Quality Engineer, Trane

B.S. Industrial Technology, 2012

“UT Tyler’s classes offer interactive labs along with tours of some of the best facilities around East Texas. I was fortunate to tour one of Blue Bell’s facilities, which helped to further shape my interest in manufacturing.”

Approximately 80% of student interns and 96% of industrial technology graduates receive job offers from leading industries including Lockheed Martin, AAON Inc., Chicago Bridge and Iron, Chevron, Eastman Chemical and Trane, Inc.

Supporting Success

Gain a Business Minor

Earn your business administration minor simultaneously.

Develop Skills

Experience working with CAD systems, computer numerical control milling machines and metal lathes to create your prototypes and projects.

Be Career Ready Sooner

Be prepared to take your Texas Registered Professional Land Surveyor exam without a two-year apprenticeship.

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