Industrial Technology and Management
The INTM program provides students with a broad knowledge of industrial technologies and how they are applied, as well as the practical skills required to effectively manage operations, personnel, and resources.
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The Industrial Technology and Management (INTM) program is organized so that students develop an understanding of operations as well as the technologies involved in a wide range of industries. INTM serves individuals who are already working in industry, as well as full-time students who are looking to start their career.
In-depth study of the Industrial Technology and Management program curriculum is facilitated through five distinct academic specializations.See Our Specializations
Industrial Technology and Management (INTM) program student projects are designed as applied learning experiences to help students build connections with companies, and develop the managerial and leadership skills required for careers in industry.Learn More
Our connections with industry help ensure that the Industrial Technology and Management (INTM) program is responsive to industry trends and meets both student and employer needs.Explore Partnerships
The Fulbright Program has honored Gurram Gopal , industry professor of industrial technology and management at Illinois Institute of Technology, for a second time with a scholar award that will send...
Illinois Institute of Technology’s National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) student chapter was announced as the winner of the 2021 Outstanding Chapter of the Year award at the NECA national...
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the decline of retail traffic, but it also has presented an opportunity to reimagine retail space use and an expansion of the traditional retail supply chain...
“I got to go to these classes where there were some really smart professors. The thing that was great was I loved being in classes with people that had been around the industry a lot longer. I learned a lot from them, too, and that really helped me a lot.”
“Illinois Tech/INTM has developed a comprehensive curriculum with the student in mind. It is a rare approach for an institution of higher learning to build the foundation of its curriculum upon the question, ‘How do we enable our students to succeed?’ Illinois Tech lays out the path—you have to walk it.”
Sierra Strandberg discovered that she could not only accomplish her goals with hard work, tenacity, and determination, but excel at them through preparation at Illinois Tech.Sierra Strandberg (INTM, M.A.S. ITO ’21)
Cooper Runzel learns what it means to be a great industrial engineerCooper Runzel (M.A.S. ITO ’20)
Uncertain of a potential career path, Dan Kazmierczak changed his outlook after a conversation with a program director at Illinois Tech—one that led him to places he never imagined.Dan Kazmierczak (Manufacturing Technology ’01/M.A.S. Manufacturing Technology and Operations ’03/CERT FST)