This curriculum prepares individuals for textile manufacturing, advanced materials or product development.
Coursework includes industrial safety, quality control, and textile courses in yarn production, weaving processes, dyeing, finishing, and fiber science.
Graduates should qualify as technicians, managers, or designers in the textile industry.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Apply the principles and concepts of basic sciences, polymer and fiber science, textile technology and management science to the analysis and solution of real-world problems.
- Define career expectations and opportunities in the textile field.
- Explain the critical stages in the various sectors of the textile and apparel supply chain.
Students participating in the college transfer program to the North Carolina State University Textile Technology program should see an academic advisor.