Pathway to entry into CCSU’s School of Technology

The Technology Studies: Lean Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management Option is offered system- wide. It includes coursework in lean manufacturing that focuses on the current continuous process of improvement of methodologies in use today within competitive manufacturing environments. It also includes coursework in supply chain management that presents lean manufacturing principles needed to understand and maintain the supply chain and to cover the benefits and elements needed for implementing supply chain management. In addition, coursework in engineering, technology, industrial technology, mathematics, sciences, and foundation requirements that provide a solid comprehensive background for continuation in a four-year technology degree program are provided. A grade average of “C” is required for automatic continuation at Central Connecticut State University’s School of Technology, where you can earn a bachelor of science degree in engineering technology, industrial technology, or technology education.

Program Outcomes:

The College of Technology is a specialized curriculum that allows a student to begin technology or engineerying technology studies at any of the state’s twelve Community Colleges with the ultimate goal of achieving a 4-year, baccalaureate degree in Technology at Central Connecticut State University or Charter Oak State College. The curriculum is designed to serve as the first two years of the Bachelor of Science degree.

Transfer Opportunities:

The College of Technology is a specialized curriculum that allows a student to begin technology or engineerying technology studies at any of the state’s twelve Community Colleges with the ultimate goal of achieving a 4-year, baccalaureate degree in Technology at Central Connecticut State University or Charter Oak State College.

Employment Information:

The Lean Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management Option, Technology Studies associate degree program prepares students to work in the 21st century world of Lean Manufacturing and supply chain management. Companies are now employing these techniques to reduce waste, cut costs and compete globally.

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Paul Felici
860.253.3189
pfelici@asnuntuck.edu