manufacturing management

Manufacturing Management

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Explore the Manufacturing Management Program

Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) LogoIf you think important safety practices and compliance measures must be dull - wrong! Not here - actually, we’re sharp! This program is built for new-comers and those already in the workplace. Career-oriented. Manufacturing focused. Learn the importance of all aspects of the industry including sustainability and compliance, lean six sigma, industrial simulation and project management. Our graduates don't leave with just a four-year degree - they leave with the tools and know-how to supervise a manufacturing process, manage human and mechanical resources, budgetary essentials and product quality.

Manufacturing Management is a Bachelor of Manufacturing Management (BMM) degree.

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Sarah Monson

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Assistant Dir. of Recruitment
Online Admissions | (218) 281-8569



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    SALARY: $103,150
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    Manage all aspects of the manufacturing environment
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    online student
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    Students complete the degree while working
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    ACBSP Accredited

Major in the making of you

Career Paths

Supply Chain Management, Lean Manufacturing, Environmental Health and Safety, Plant Management Production Management, Project Management

Salary Rangers

Industrial production managers, with a bachelor's degree, make on average $103,150 according to the Occupational Outlook Handbook.


Manufacturing Management


  • One of the few U.S. universities to offer a bachelor level program in the field

  • Our program was designed by employers, industry leaders, and the University of Minnesota Crookston faculty to focus on management, communication and technical skills.

  • Transfer-friendly and a great option for technical school graduates

  • Prepares students for a wide range of employment opportunities

  • Ideal for anyone looking to become part of their workplace management team

  • Officially accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs (ACBSP)


At the U of M Crookston, you won’t spend all your time behind a desk. Our curriculum is designed around experiential learning, which means we want you to have as much hands-on learning as possible. Depending on your major, you’ll find opportunities to be in the field, the lab, the classroom, or engaging in simulated scenarios that give you a competitive edge when you enter the workforce or head to grad school. You’ll learn the concepts and then actively apply them through projects, field trips, site visits, internships, and interactions with professionals in the field.

Meet your future professors

  • Rachel Hawn

    Rachel Hawn

    Program Director
  • James Leiman

    Veden Fellow
  • Josh Lunak

    Academic Advisor