Associate in Business Administration —
Manufacturing Management Concentration

Part of our flexible and customizable Business Administration degree program

Each student builds a business plan relevant to his or her career aspirations that integrates skills and knowledge learned in the various courses. The final culmination of the program is a 180-hour internship capstone, undertaken at the end of the student's program where classroom experiences will be applied in a real business environment. Wherever possible, the specific business chosen for the internship will reflect the student's desired career goal.

This option is designed to introduce students to the modern manufacturing environment. While rounding out their skills in lean manufacturing principles, this option prepares students to earn the nationally recognized, portable credential of Certified Production Technician (CPT) via exams in the areas of safety or quality practices and measurement; manufacturing process and production, and maintenance awareness from the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC). Students must pass all four exams to earn the CPT. This option will also prepare students to take the national recognized, portable credential as a Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) exams in logistics from MSSC. Students must pass two logistics exams to earn the CLT. Additionally, students who complete this option may take the MSSC green manufacturing credentialing exam. Students may further seek to earn the Certificate in Manufacturing & Production and apply all of this coursework toward a bachelor’s degree.

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