The industrial technology and packaging program incorporates a broad range of technical/business management skills and knowledge to cultivate best-in-class industrial leaders. The collaborative, project-based classes create well-rounded problem solving graduates that would be successful and quickly functional in any industry. Students develop a strong foundation in the science and liberal arts, business and management disciplines, as well as extensive hands-on coursework in industrial operations and packaging. The program meets the needs of industry for people who know technology, who know and work well with people and who can manage the processes of change.

Modified from https://www.cob.calpoly.edu/undergrad/industrial-technology/

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Senior Projects from 2014

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Impact Testing of Youth-Level Helmets Versus College-Level Helmets, Nicole Hermann

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The Lean Bookstore, Joshua Hirahara and Scott Santore

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Design and Implementation of ISO:9001 Standards at Sigma 6 Electronics, Inc., Robert Kirkpatrick, Dylan Geisen, and Simon Schermerhorn

Senior Projects from 2012

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Blunt Impact Performance Evaluation of Helmet Lining Systems for Military and Recreational Use, Jaclyn Siniora, Ryan Taylor, and Darren Suey

Senior Projects from 2010

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A Comparative Cost-Benefit Analysis of Moving Warmboard's New Manufacturing Plant from Watsonville CA. to One of Three Alternate Sites, Brian Dietrich Alsberg

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Student Intellectual Property, John Baumwoll and Lance Woodcock

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Aspen Reels Protective Case, Tedman (Ted) Bramble and Andrew Eskildsen