The degree programs offered by the Department of Industrial and Engineering Technology prepare graduates for a variety of career fields in the vast spectrum of today's changing high-tech society. The programs of the Department of Industrial and Engineering Technology are recognized as a Missouri Center of Excellence in Advanced Manufacturing Technology; and the Department has programs accredited by the Association of Technology Management & Applied Engineering and the Accreditation Board of Engineering & Technology (Technology Accreditation Commission).
Information for students on obtaining internships; a list of recent internships students have completed; information for students and employers regarding job opportunities.
Regional companies are invited to contact the Department of Industrial and Engineering Technology at (573) 651-2104 or email Denise Squires, firstname.lastname@example.org, with any job opportunities that current students, recent graduates, or upcoming graduates could take advantage of.
Students are encouraged to keep abreast of the opportunities posted in the Polytechnic Building student lounge (1st floor) or sent by Denise Squires. The Department makes every effort to pass these opportunities on to recent graduates, so make sure to provide your contact information to Denise Squires, email@example.com, before graduating!
Learn more about the degree programs offered by Southeast's Department of IET.
Contact the IET Department directly to be put on a course waiting list. Visit Polytech
216, call (573) 651-2104 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. If a seat becomes available, the department administrative assistant will call
and/or email the first student on the list letting the student know that a seat is
available. The student will be given 24-48 hours (the hour deadline will be listed
on the email/phone message) to respond by phone or email letting the department know
that you are still interested in the seat.
If the students schedule will not allow for a course to be added (too many hours, course conflicts, etc.), the student will either need to make necessary changes or discuss dropping a course with the administrative assistant, as the department will not override any course conflicts. If the student does not respond by the given deadline, the seat will become available to the next student on the list (so be sure to check your emails daily, and/or give a cell phone number in which you can be contacted readily). The last day the waiting list will be available is the Friday before classes start. On the first day of classes, any available seat will be made available to open enrollment.