"California Polytechnic State University"
the program in Industrial Technology includes the Packaging Minor, to complement the student s degree major with a planned curriculum in packaging.
a South Carolina land-grant institution, features teaching, research, public service, offering a wide range of courses and educational programs.
"Indiana State University"
offers personalized instruction along with access to technology. Degree in B.S. Packaging Technology.
"Packaging Education Forum PEF"
PEF supports university level packaging programs and students in the United States with the aid of corporate and individual members.
the Indiana State University Packaging Technology program.
"Rochester Institute of Technology"
degree in B.S. & M.S. Packaging Science.
"Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey"
degree in B.S. Applied Science in Engineering, Packaging Option, M.S.; Ph.D. in cooperating disciplines/ departments with packaging related thesis.
"San Jose State University"
since SJSU is one of only ten packaging programs in the US, our graduates are among the most sought after and highly paid of college graduates.
"The School of Packaging"
Michigan State University: education, research and testing, and continuing education in the discipline of packaging.
"University of Delaware"
Contact Robert Keown, Ph.D. for information about packaging.
"University of Florida"
Applied Arts & Sciences of Packaging, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department.
"University of Maryland"
CALCE, Electronic Packaging Research Center: research and educational institution in the design of cost effective & reliable electronic packages.
"University of Missouri-Rolla"
Engineering management department, degree in B.S. Engineering Management, Manufacturing/Packaging Engineering Internal Preference Area.
"University of Wisconsin-Stout"
College of Technology, engineering and Management, bachelor of Science Degree in Packaging.