The Master of Industrial Technology and Operations (MITO) is a hybrid program that blends supervisory skills with industrial operations skills. This master’s degree program provides students with a comprehensive knowledge and expertise of latest and relevant industrial technologies and operations. At the same time, it aims to equip students with necessary managerial and communication skills required to effectively manage operations, personnel, and resources. The curriculum focuses on utilization of current and emerging technologies, and the development of critical thinking and innovative problem solving abilities.


Upon completion of the Master in Industrial Technology Operations, the graduates will have:
PO1: An ability to identify, formulate, and solve problems related to industrial technology and operations.
PO2: An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze, synthesize and interpret data, and use technical judgment to draw conclusions related to industrial technology and operations.
PO3: An ability to create competitive advantage through industrial operations planning, strategy, quality, and control.
PO4: Ability to provide technology solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as understands the impact of their solution in global and societal context.
PO5: Ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in industrial situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of industrial solutions in global and societal context.
PO6: An ability to demonstrate proficiency in technical, corporate and business communications in written, oral and internationally accepted industrial standards.
PO7: An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.

The Master of Industrial Technology and Operations (MITO) responds to the needs of industry for innovative solutions and continuous improvement in the area of industrial technology and operations. The curriculum focuses on practical approaches to analyzing, optimizing, and managing operations and resources in industrial environments, as well as utilization of various current and emerging technologies and industry best practices to achieve state of the art, efficient, competitive and safe operations. The program’s specializations provide in-depth study of industry-specific topics and expand students’ practical skills and analytical abilities. Courses such as but not limited to operations management, inventory control, quality systems, product design and development, operations research, manufacturing technologies and automations, materials and processes, maintenance management, occupational and environmental safety, communication and people skills are thus likely to be offered to get the most of the so-called hybrid program.