Industrial Technology majors may choose emphasis in technical, industrial management, engineering technology, or a grade 7–12 teaching endorsement. The mission of Industrial Technology program is to help men and women become the outstanding leaders of the 21st century–broadly educated, technologically adept, and solidly prepared for an outstanding career. Leadership development is the heart of everything we do. In addition, responsible technology use, global quality movement, cutting edge technology, and a visionary outlook are all critical dimensions of this study.
In this program at William Penn University, students obtain leadership qualities which drive businesses toward success. Students become proficient in a variety of mechanical capabilities and develop administrative skills. This degree equips students with proper preparation for supervisorial expertise. They acquire the essential skills needed for developing solutions when facing mechanical difficulties within a work setting.
Industrial Technology Specialists have made significant contributions toward the advancement of society. Below are some companies who have hired WPU graduates from this program:
The key to applying educational experiences with real word opportunity is through internships. Students assist supervisors and observe business operations to enhance their professional capabilities upon graduation. Listed below are some internships completed by past students:
We strive to develop imaginative leaders with a global perspective and a passion for excellence, leaders who are comfortable with technology, inventive thinkers, highly productive individuals confident in their ability to succeed.
WPU opened the doors of the Musco Technology Center in 2008. Within the building, students have access to state-of-the-art equipment and machinery, giving them practical experience for after graduation. The Applied Technology Division holds most of its classes here, along with the Digital Communication program.
You will take the following courses as a student of the Industrial Technology program.