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Manufacturing Management Careers

Career options with a Manufacturing Management degree from the University of Minnesota Crookston could include:

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  • Component manufacturing processor
  • Director of lean manufacturing
  • Distribution manager
  • Division manager
  • Environmental health and safety director, manufacturing
  • Lean manufacturing assistant
  • Lean manufacturing coordinator
  • Maintenance supervisor
  • Maintenance technician
  • Manufacturing coordinator
  • Manufacturing engineer
  • Manufacturing technician
  • Materials planner
  • Plant manager
  • Product manager
  • Production manager
  • Production planner
  • Production scheduler
  • Production supervisor
  • Production technician
  • Project engineer
  • Project manager
  • Supervisor, particle manufacturing

 

Graduates have gone on to use the skills attained through the Bachelor of Manufacturing Management degree program to find employment at numerous companies, including:

 

Salary Ranges

Industrial production managers, with a bachelor's degree, make on average $87,160 per year (in 2010) according to the Occupational Outlook Handbook.

 

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