Industrial Management-Plant
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The industrial management plant program at Monroe County Community College is designed to prepare students for careers in entry-level to middle management. Successful graduates will qualify for positions as foremen, supervisors, and office managers.

Job responsibilities may include coordinating activities of departments, such as production, distribution, engineering, design, data processing, maintenance and human resources. Duties might include planning and developing human resources programs or review of existing programs in such areas as inventory control, scheduling, purchasing, billing, cost, budgeting, and/or research and development.

To receive the associate of applied science degree with an industrial management plant designation, students must complete the required general education courses as well as the required core courses for the specific program.

Graduates of this program will be prepared for entry-level employment in the following areas:

• Estimator
• Sales
• Supervisor
• Production control supervisor
• Personnel or industrial relations
• Human resources


Curriculum - Degree Requirements
  MDTC 160 Mechanical Drafting and CAD I satisfies computer skills general education requirement