Industrial Technology

Program Length

120 hours

Program Description

The Department of Industrial Engineering offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology. This curriculum is especially designed to prepare two-year technology graduates to work effectively in the engineer-technologist team and to assume management responsibilities.

The first two years of this program are administered by the Lamar University Institute of Technology or Lamar State College at Orange or Lamar State College at Port Arthur. Student are also accepted from other technical two-year programs throughout the state and nation. This degree requires successful completion of an Associate of Applied Science degree - or equivalent - composed of a minimum of 36 semester hours of related and sequential courses. Technology courses beyond those specified in a major field must be approved by the Industrial Engineering Department.

Admission to the Industrial Technology Program will be granted, upon application, after completion of a minimum of 40 semester hours toward the Associate of Applied Science Degree or the Engineering common program with a grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.00. Technology students who intend to continue their education to obtain this degree should substitute six hours of Freshman English for Business Communication and Math 1334 for Technical Math with their advisor's approval. For more information, complete our Information Request Form.

Course Start Dates

Tuition and Fees*

Fall 2018

Tuition and Fees*

*Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice by action of the Board of Regents or the Texas State Legislature. 

Program Advisors

Ms. Sandy Craigen

Administrative Assistant

(409) 880-8804

Ms. Angela Letulle

Program Advisor

(409) 880-8242

Mr. Gary Yentzen

BSIT Assistant Director

(409) 880-8806

Program Coordinator

Dr. Alberto Marquez

BSIT Program Director Elect

(409) 880-8809

Lamar University, Department of Industrial Engineering 
P.O. Box 10032
Beaumont, Texas 77710

Additional Program Information

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