Packaging continues to grow beyond being a logistical or materials issue to a strategic business function aimed at creating value. The Packaging Technology concentration emphasizes the entire packaging value chain and includes the disciplines of engineering, material science, design, and business. Students are encouraged to leverage their personal interests to focus on a multitude of industry sectors such as food, automotive, healthcare, and electronics. The highly sought out graduates are provided with opportunities to engage with a multitude of groups ranging from R&D through purchasing, production, sales, and management.
|ITP 234||Packaging Design Fundamentals||4|
|ITP 408||Paper and Paperboard Packaging||4|
|ITP 412||Instrumental Analysis of Packaging Polymers||4|
|ITP 430||Healthcare Packaging||4|
|ITP 475||Packaging Performance Testing||4|
|ITP 485||Packaging Development||4|
|Select from the following: 1||16|
|Packaging Function in Food Processing|
|Special Problems for Advanced Undergraduates|
|Lean and Quality Systems Management|
|Operations Planning and Control|
|Packaging Quality Assessment|
|Packaging Laws & Regulations|
|Commercialization of New Technologies|
Consultation with an advisor is recommended prior to selecting Approved Electives; note your selections may impact pursuit of post-baccalaureate studies and/or goals.