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Industrial Engineering Technology

What is Industrial Engineering Technology?

The Industrial and Engineering Technology Department (I&ET) offers bachelor of science degree programs in selected industrial technologies, and engineering technologies. The department envisions itself as providing an educational service with customers at both ends of the system: students wanting an education leading toward employment, and industry desiring employees to lead them into the future. The programs are based on a foundation of technical courses, math and science, communications, and liberal arts. All of the programs work with industrial advisory committees to ensure that they stay current and meet accreditation guidelines.

Industrial & Engineering Technology Department

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Absher Construction Company: http://www.absherco.com/opportunities/working-with-absher/

Andersen Construction: http://www.andersen-const.com/ 

IE3 Global Internships: http://ie3global.ous.edu/ 

Institute of Industrial Engineers: http://www.iienet2.org/Default.aspx 

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Society of Manufacturing Engineers: http://www.sme.org 

National Association of Industrial Technology: http://www.nait.org/ 

Human Factors & Ergonomics Society: http://www.hfes.org/web/careercenter/career.aspx 

Associated General Contractors of Washington: http://www.agcwa.com/public/jobsite/jobs.asp 

AEC Job Bank: http://www.aecjobbank.com/ 

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