Auburn University - College of Engineering, 3301 Shelby Center, Auburn University, AI 36849  
Contact: Merrette Ische Title: Career Coorinator, College of Engineering Phone: (334) 844-2308 Email
Website: Program: Industrial and Systems Engineering
Description: The Industrial and Systems Engineering (INSY) curriculum draws on specialized skills in the mathematical, physical and social sciences to develop a student's ability to deal with economic, technical and human performance considerations in design and analysis and control of industrial and service systems. The curriculum provides a solid core of courses in systems analysis and design along with courses in ergonomics and economic analysis. Design experience is integrated throughout the curriculum starting in the sophomore year and culminates in a one semester senior design project in which students apply their knowledge to the solution of real world problems. 
University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) - School of Business, 1150 Thenth Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35294
Contact: Kristen Craig Title: Program Manager, Industrial Dist. Program Phone: (205) 975-5810 Email
Website: Program: Marketing, Industrial Distribution and Economics
Description: Offering a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Distribution, UAB's program is housed in nationally accredited schools of business and engineering and prepares individuals for entry level positions in sales, sales management, operations management and mid-management with distributors and manufacturing firms selling through wholesaler-distributors. The ID majors develop strengths in business, communications, information systems management, engineering and technology, human resources and professional selling. Developed through the financial support and participation of industry leaders in distribution and manufacturing, UAB's ID program prepares students with the tools that are most relevant to today's business practices.
Baylor University - Department of Management & Entrepreneurship, One Bear Place #98006, Waco, TX 76798
Contact: Mike Umble Title: Career Coorinator, College of Engineering Phone: (254) 710-6239 Email
Website: Program: Distribution Management & Tehcnology
Description: Our DMT graduates receive excellent training from highly respected industry practitioners and academic faculty. Prior to beginning their internship, DMT majors will have completed major coursework in Distribution Management, Procurement and Materials Management, Operations Management, and Project Management. DMT majors are also encouraged to double major in complementary fields like Management Information Systems, Professional Selling, and International Business.

The DMT program is also geared to provide students a solid foundation to sit for future professional certification examinations offered by three different professional organizations. These certifications include, but are not limited to the Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM), Project Management Professional (PMP), and Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP).
Georgia Institute of Technology- School of Industrial & Systems Engineering, 765 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30332
Contact: Patti Parker Title: Program Manager, Industial & System Engin. Phone:(205) 975-5810 Email
Website: Program: Industrial and Systems Engineering
Description:Industrial engineering , operations research , and systems engineering are fields of study intended for individuals who are interested in analyzing and formulating abstract models of complex systems with the intention of improving system performance. Unlike traditional disciplines in engineering and the mathematical sciences, the fields address the role of the human decision-maker as key contributor to the inherent complexity of systems and primary benefactor of the analyses.

Patti is only in the office Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Southern Polytechnic State University - 1100 South Marietta Pkwy, Marietta, GA 30060
Contact: Tom Ball Title: Dept. Chair, Industrial Engineering Technology Phone:(217) 333-1665 Email
Website: Program: Industrial Engineering Technology
Description: The field of Industrial Engineering Technology offers the student a challenging career in business, industry, or government. Industrial Engineering Technologists deal primarily with the efficient management of money, materials, and manpower in a business environment. They solve problems dealing with the location and layout of plant facilities, materials handling, work-station design, wage and salary payment plans, quality control, personnel selection and placement, occupational safety and health, and economic cost studies. To enable the graduate to solve such a wide variety of management problems, the curriculum of study will be broad and interesting.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - College of Business, 1206 South Sixth St., Urbana, IL 61820
Contact: Udatta Palekar Title: Director, Industrial Distribution Mgmt. Phone: (205) 975-5810 Email
Website: Program: Industrial Distribution Management
Description: The Industrial Distribution Management program focuses on the distribution and manufacturing sectors of industrial activity, but not at the expense of a comprehensive business education. Admission to the program requires junior standing with a minimum grade point average of 4.5 (5.0 system) for the first 60 semester hours of undergraduate instruction at an accredited college. The program consists of 60 semester hours of junior-senior level courses divided between the College of Commerce and Business Administration and the College of Engineering. It is administered by the Department of Business Administration. Sufficient flexibility has been designed into the curriculum to permit those with advanced preparation or substantial practical knowledge to take advantage of their background and experience

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Purdue University - College of Technology, 401 N.Grant St., West Lafayette, Indiana 47909
Contact: Kathy Newton Title: Placement, Industrial Distribution Phone: (765) 494-6080 Email
Website: Industrial Distrib., Industrial Technology Program: Industrial Distribution & Technology
Description: The Industrial Distribution program is designed to prepare students with the skills needed to serve the industrial distribution industry, one of the largest and fastest growing industrial segments in the U.S. and abroad. The Industrial Distribution curriculum provides students with a valuable blend of courses in industrial technology, distribution management, and business management. Purdue's program has established strong relationships with industry trade groups. Required technology courses include courses in material science, computer graphics, manual and automated manufacturing processes, and automatic identification and data capture. Courses in business and distribution management include industrial organizations, marketing, industrial sales and sales management, warehouse and inventory control, logistics and supply chain management, accounting and finance, and human resource management.
Eastern Michigan University - College of Technology, 122 Sill Hall, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197
Contact: Robert Teehan Title: Program Coordinator, Industrial Distribution Phone: (734) 487-1161 Email
Website: Program: Industrial Distribution
Description: Eastern Michigan University is offering an online degree completion program in Industrial Distribution. Graduates of this program will earn a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Distibution. The Industrial Distribution program is designed to expand the student's knowledge with concentration on sales, branch management, inventory/materials management, purchasing and logistics. Our degree program allows you to move up within the organization to a higher paying position.
Eastern Kentucky University - Whalin Technology Complex, 521 Lancaster Ave, Richmond, KY 40475
Contact: Dennis Field Title: Coordinator, Applied Engineering Mgmt. Phone: (859) 622-6781 Email
Website: Program: Applied Engineering Mgmt. & Industrial Technology
Description: Graduates are prepared for professional careers in manufacturing industries and businesses. The Manufacturing Option prepares graduates for entry-level positions that include: manufacturing engineer, production engineer, industrial supervisor, industrial engineer, industrial technician, and quality engineer. The Industrial Distribution Option, that includes a Business minor, prepares graduates for positions in all aspects of industrial distribution including: manufacturing, warehouse management, sales and marketing, logistics, inventory and profit management and supply chains/distribution operations.
Minnesota State University Moorhead - College of Business & Industry, 1104 7th Ave South, Moorhead, Minnesota 56563
Contact: Engineering Career Services Phone: (218) 477-2466 Email
Website: Program: Industrial Technology
Description: The Industrial Distribution program focuses on practical applications of technology and business with a career objective of either industrial sales/marketing or operations. Program objectives include: 1) development of problem solving skills 2) increased communications and team building skills and 3) organizational skills. The NAIT accredited program leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology with a major in Industrial Distribution.
University of Missouri - College of Engineering, E3437 Thomas and Nell Lafferre Hall, Columbia, MO 65211
Contact: Engineering Career Services Phone: (573) 882-4487 Email
Website: Program: Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering
Description: University of Missouri offers a Bachelor and Master of Science in Industrial Engineering as well as a Dual Bacherlor or Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and MBA program. Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering involves a curriculum similar to all engineering students during the first two years. However, in addition to basic science, mathematics, and engineering courses, industrial engineers take courses in statistics, operations research, and computer applications. Additional background in the behavioral sciences is necessary to design complex systems in which people can operate effectively.

The dual BSIE/MBA program provides an opportunity for students that want to combine the technical skills of an industrial engineer with a general managerial/business background. The program allows students to earn the BSIE/MSIE in four years and the MBA in only one additional year. The combined engineering/business perspective has proved to open additional career opportunities for graduating industrial engineers.

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University of Nebraska at Kearney - Industrial Technology Department, 2508 12th Ave., Kearney, NE 68849
Contact: Jami Koester Title:Department Administrative Assistant Phone: (308) 865-8504 Email
Website: Program: Industrial Distribution
Description: UNK’s Industrial Distribution degree program prepares students for careers in technical sales and for future business leadership roles. Course offerings provide students with professional, technical, business, communication, and leadership competencies. A summer internship is required of all Industrial Distribution students at UNK. Internships provide students with the opportunity to apply skills learned in the classroom and laboratories and to the ability to experience the industry first hand. Permanent job offers are often the result. Internships are completed both locally and throughout the United States.

The Industrial Distribution program is accredited by The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). UNK is the only ATMAE accredited program in Nebraska.

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Clarkson University - Bertrand H. Snell Hall, Room 103, Potsdam, NY 13699
Contact: Amy K. Zander Title: Director, Engineering & Management Phone: (315) 268-6571 Email
Website: Program: Engineering & Management
Description: Clarkson University's Engineering & Management bachelor's degree program has been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET Inc., the recognized accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology.

Clarkson's Engineering & Management program is now only the second program in the world to be accredited by both AACSB International and the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. AACSB accreditation standards are used as the basis to evaluate a business school’s programs.

Engineering & Management draws upon Clarkson’s established strengths in both engineering and management. The program was developed in partnership with industry leaders to meet the growing demand for individuals with strong skills in both engineering and business, who can bring a broad business and technical perspective to complex business and industrial management.

The program is an interdisciplinary major offered within the School of Business.

Visit the Career Center or call (315) 268-6477 or email
Eastern Carolina University - Science and Technology Building, Suite 201, Greenville, NC 27858
Contact: Merwan Mehta Title: Program Coordinator, Industrial Distribution Phone: (252) 328-9721 Email
Website: Program: Technology Systems Department, Multiple programs
BS in Industrial Distibution and Logistics Program Summary
BS in Industrial Engineering Technology (IET) Program Summary
BS in Information & Computer Technoloyg Program Summary
Western Carolina University - Department of Engineering & Technology, 220 Belk Building, Cullowhee, NC 28723
Contact: Chip Ferguson Title: Interim Department Head Phone: (315) 268-6571 Email
Website: Program: Engineering Technology
Description: The Engineering Technology Program is built on a background of applied mathematics, science and engineering technology. Emphasis is placed on the integration of theory and hands-on application in our state-of-the-art laboratories. In addition to the B.S. and M.S. degrees, the program offers certifications in engineering sales and distribution and occupational safety

Visit the job board or contact the WCU Career Center by phone (828) 227-7133 or email
Texas A & M - College of Engineering, 204 Fermier Hall, 3367 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843
Contact: David McMahon Title: Engineering Career Services Coordinator Phone: ( 979) 845-7725 Email
Website: Program: Industrial Distribution
Description: Part of the Dwight Look College of Engineering, the Industrial Distribution Program at Texas A&M University is revered and respected as the best distribution program in the nation. This Program was built and continues to grow through the support of industry. The faculty, staff and current students work hard with the industry to maintain the Program's status and increase its ability to deliver a world-class education. Our mission is simple: Provide a comprehensive engineering and business curriculum to students seeking a career in the field of distribution, ensure students receive hands on education through modern laboratories, guest lectures, field trips, and study abroad programs, and maintain relevant partnerships with industry that promote Program growth through research initiatives and active participation in our program.

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University of Texas at Tyler - College of Business and Technology, 3900 University Blvd., Tyler, Tx 75799
Contact: Jerry Gilley Title: Department Chair Phone: (903) 566-7328 Email
Website: Program: Industrial Technology and Industrial Management
Description: CBT Industrial Technology BS Program Brochure
Arizona State University W.P. Carey School of Business, 400 E Lemon St, Tempe, AZ 85287
Contact: John Fowler Title: Chair, Supply Chain Management Phone: (480) 965-4330 Email:
Website: Program: BA in Global Logistics Management
Description: Offered through the W. P. Carey School of Business, ASU’s BA in Business with a concentration in global logistics management provides the skills to develop strategic business processes for logistics management and an understanding of their relationship to the global distribution of goods and services. This program will help students think strategically and analytically in approaching the complex process of managing, coordinating, and transporting goods. Graduates will learn to communicate effectively and lead with a focus on efficiency, effectiveness, and increasing profits.