Department of Industrial Management and Technology

Dr. Heidari
Interim Chair of the Industrial Management and Technology Department

Dr. Heidari

First and foremost, as the Interim Chair of the Industrial Management and Technology Department, I would like to welcome you to our Industrial Management and Technology Department's Home Page at Texas A&M University-Kingsville.  I know it can be difficult deciding on what to major in and where to go to college.  A college degree is quite an investment in time and resources, and you want to make sure you have selected the right college for your future career path. Read more

Vision Statement

The Industrial Management and Technology Department at Texas A&M University-Kingsville is striving to become a premier program with a reputation for academic excellence and career preparation. 

Mission Statement

The Industrial Management and Technology Department at TAMUK is committed to providing its graduates with an academically challenging experience that furthers their knowledge and skills to enable them to become critical thinkers for pursuing graduate degrees and public and private sector careers by:

  • Producing graduates who are prepared to meet the needs and challenges of technology-related careers in industry, education, business, and government.
  • Offering high quality instruction that is accessible to a diverse student population.
  • Providing a professional environment that fosters collegiality and collaboration among faculty and students. Validating the program to students, faculty, and area industries by maintaining undergraduate program accreditation with ATMAE.

Program Goals

To meet the aims of the program mission statement, the department has incorporated goals that are designed to insure industrial technology graduates are provided with:

  • The basic math, science, and business knowledge needed for  effective use of the fundamental technical, process, and management skills related to the degree field.
  • The ability to use software and hardware to solve technological problems, along with communication skills in written, electronic, and verbal presentation formats.
  • The ability to function and collaborate as professional and ethically responsible team members and individuals.

Undergraduate Courses

Technical CAD, Introduction to Manufacturing Processes, Industrial Electronics, Industrial Materials, OSHA for General Industry, Manufacturing Processes, Cost Estimating, Construction Technology, Lean Production, Fluid Power, Advanced Graphics and Modeling, Architectural CAD, Industrial Hygiene I, Industrial Hygiene II, Industrial Scheduling, Manufacturing Systems, Industrial Internship, Hazardous waste and Fire Safety, Safety Program Administration, Industrial Employment Research, Quality Assurance, and Construction Management

Graduate Courses

Industrial Management, Research Method and Project Development, Six Sigma Quality and Continuous Improvement, Industrial Safety and Risk Management, Manufacturing System Management, Project Scheduling, Lean Production, Project Management, Supply Chain Management, Maintenance Management and/or Facilities Layout, Constraints Management and Mistake Proofing and Hazardous Materials Management


This page was last updated on: October 16, 2017