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INTM 301: Communications for the Workplace
Review, analyze and practice verbal and written communication formats found in the workplace. Emphasis is on developing skills in technical writing, oral presentations, business correspondence, and interpersonal communication using electronic and traditional media. Credit not gra...
Professors: Daniel Tomal
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INTM 305: Advances in Information Tech
Management in an industrial environment now requires a fundamental understanding of information technology. Topics addressed are relevant to planning, operations and control of information technology, including converging network deployments, wireless applications, data modeling,...
Professors: Kenneth J. Gibson
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INTM 311: Production and Operations
Introduces industrial engineering concepts and prepares the student to perform fundamental industrial engineering tasks. These include design of work standards, human factors, work groups, layout and equipment selection, and justification.
Professors: Prem Sud
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INTM 314: Mntnc Tech Management
Maintenance of facilities is a major concern for all industrial operations. Course covers technologies involved as well as the management aspects of maintaining buildings, construction and equipment installation and maintenance for all types of operations.
Professors: James Coates
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INTM 314: Maintenance Technology and Management
Maintenance of facilities is a major concern for all industrial operations. Course covers technologies involved as well as the management aspects of maintaining buildings, construction and equipment installation and maintenance for all types of operations.
Professors: James Coates
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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INTM 315: Industrial Enterprises
This course provides an introduction to the world of industrial enterprises. The world-wide evolution of business will be considered leading to today's competitive world. The range of industrial activities is reviewed, and students are introduced to the organization and purpose o...
Professors: William M. Maurer
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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INTM 319: Electronics in Industry
Basic overview of electrical and electronic technology in industry. Emphasis on electrical and electronic components, industrial devices, electrical theory, application and basic troubleshooting. Students select and complete an electrical or electronic class project.
Professors: Daniel Tomal
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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INTM 322: Industrial Project Management
This course will teach the techniques for managing projects and programs of all types. Coverage includes organization and operation of the project team. Techniques for managing and tracking projects will be covered along with computerized tools available for project management.
Professors: William M. Maurer
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INTM 323: Ind Management Planning
This course introduces students to various concepts of management, specifically as applicable to industrial companies. Management of people and organizations will be discussed, as well as concepts of forecasting and strategic planning.
Professors: Joel C. Goldberg
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INTM 404: Sales, Marketing and Product Introduction
Covers techniques of marketing research, strategies for new product introduction, and sales management and planning.
Professors: Elliot Goldman; Jerry J. Field
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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