Technical and Industrial
The Technical and Industrial concentration at Coastal Georgia focuses upon areas that students are most familiar with from their AAT degrees from technical colleges. The emphasis is on lean manufacturing, project management, and supply chain and materials management.
 
Businesses focus on how they manage their supply chain. Supply chain management can be defined as the management of relationships with all stakeholders to deliver superior customer value at less cost to the supply chain as a whole. To do this effectively, logistics is required to coordinate the complex operations involving people, facilities, and supplies.
 

Why study Technical & Industrial at Coastal Georgia?

The College of Coastal Georgia acknowledges those completing the program will be prepared to competently and efficiently engage their chosen vocational field as not only highly-trained technicians, but also as effective mid-level general and operations managers.

What will I learn?

Students studying the Technical and Industrial concentration at Coastal Georgia will learn how to launch, plan, complete, monitor, control, and close a technical project, develop project plans for scope, cost, schedule, materials, and more. They will also learn how to apply methods to improve process quality and maximize resource usage, reduce cost, and solve problems in a technical environment.

What can I do when I graduate?

Aspiring managers in these fields need your technical expertise, but they also need the qualifications businesses look for in a manager. In this technical and industrial concentration degree program, you'll gain the expertise required to manage the technical aspects of business - including careers in business communications, business systems analysis, financial management, human resource management, project management, and various other fields.

Contact Information:

Dr. Ray Stephens

Instructor of Management and Leadership