Automated Materials Joining Technology will appeal to students who want to focus on joining and forming technologies, materials science, computer-aided design and automated systems — key facets of advanced manufacturing.
Energy and Power is for students who have an interest in energy careers and are willing to learn and apply their math and science knowledge and technical skills as needed to complete real-world assignments in preparation for postsecondary education and the workplace.
Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management is for students who want to solve complex spatial problems on a global scale through careful research and critical thinking about how to move people and products between points.
Health Informatics will appeal to students who have an interest in using technology and software to analyze data about health care and related fields, resulting in better decisions by consumers and health-care providers.
Innovations in Science and Technology will appeal to students who want to use a hands-on approach to solving STEM-related projects and problems that are authentic to the real world and the global workforce.
Integrated Production Technologies will appeal to students who want to work with cutting-edge materials, using their knowledge of physical and biological sciences, to create products emerging from new advanced technologies in cost-effective ways.