Without engineering technologists, complex industries might not be able to function. As an engineering technologist, you develop, manage and improve products, or the way that products are manufactured, in a wide range of industries. As you continue to learn, you'll focus less on theory and more on practical design.
The Concrete Industry Management option is designed to train and educate the student in the field of concrete industry by exposing the student to a multidisciplinary program which draws on management and technology to produce a well-rounded graduate who is able to enter a career in the concrete industry.
NJIT's Concrete Industry Management (CIM) program raised $50,000 last semester in scholarship funds from local and national patrons to be awarded this spring to exceptional first-year CIM students and talented transfer students who are joining the program. Keep reading