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Comprised of three distinct colleges, Oklahoma Panhandle State University accepts a diverse collection of students from all educational backgrounds. The programs of study offered at OPSU lead to nearly 60 different baccalaureate and associate degrees. In addition to the baccalaureate opportunities, OPSU offers several pre-professional studies in selected fields. OPSU strives to enrich its student's lives educationally, personally, and socially. It is the hope that students matriculating at OPSU will receive life-long learning experiences that meet their needs, personally and vocationally.

Program Info


Industrial Technology - Industrial Business Management
B.I.N.D. (Bachelor of Industrial Technology)

Faculty Contact

Photograph of Carter, Matthew
Carter, Matthew
Title: Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems / Department Chair of Industrial Technology
Office: CH 104B
Phone: 580.349.1454
Email: Email Web Form


Total Hours: 124
  • General Education 40
    • Ucss 1111-Stu. Success Sem. (required) 1
  • Industrial Technology Core 20
    • Indt 1012-Drafting Technology
    • Indt 1013-Woodworking Fundamentals
    • Indt 1103-Applied Electricity I
    • Indt 1222-General Metals Processing
    • Indt 1433-Welding Level I
    • Indt 2013-Machine Wood Technology
    • Indt 2113-Introduction to CAD
    • Indt 3322-Welding Level III
  • Industrial Technology Electives 13
    • A student must select additional hours to bring the total to 33 hours of Industrial Technology courses.
  • Common Business Core 33
    • Acct 2103-Financial Accounting
    • Acct 2203-Managerial Accounting
    • Cis 2013-Information Systems for Business
    • Econ 2123-Microeconomics
    • Cis 2223-Micro Applications
    • Badm 3123-Business Law I
    • Badm 3173-Business Communications
    • Badm 3613-Statistics
    • Fin 3773-Business Finance I
    • Mgmt 3813-Principles of Management
    • Mktg 3913-Principles of Marketing
  • Electives 17
    • Additional courses are required to bring the upper level hours to 40 and total to 124 hours for graduation.

A minor in any field in which a minor is offered or a second major may be selected.