Graduates of the program can expect to gain employment in many industries, including:
- Oilfield services.
- Renewable energy.
- Oil well construction and fabrication.
- Engineering and industrial services.
You'll learn advanced industry and business concepts to prepare for high-level roles, including:
- Industrial engineer.
- Project manager.
- Continuous improvement manager.
- Quality manager.
- Engineering manager
- Industrial production manager.
- Process improvement manager.
- Learning and development manager.
The Louisiana Workforce Commission projects these industries will see an employment growth somewhere between 12.2% to 26.7% before 2020. Industry subsets include energy conservation and loss, management and production, instrumentation calibration, process controls, monitoring systems, test procedures, safety and loss prevention, quality control, process operations and systems management.