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AMS Faculty & Staff - Mark Doggett, PhD

Mark Doggett, PhD

Mark Doggett, PhD


Office:  EST 221
Phone:  270-745-6951


Mark Doggett is a Professor in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Western Kentucky University. His interests are in the area of technology/engineering management practices, lean, theory of constraints, quality, and systems thinking. His research includes various decision-making and problem-solving strategies, and the development of distance learning approaches. His areas of expertise include leadership, process management, and manufacturing technology with over 20 years of experience in business and industry. Doggett received his doctorate at Colorado State University and B.S. and M.S. degrees in Industrial Technology from California State University Fresno.


Undergraduate Courses: Introduction to Technology, Introduction to CNC, Materials Science, Introduction to Supply Chain Management, Industrial Statistics, Lean Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, Systems Design and Operation, Project Management, Senior Research, Internships, Supervised Work Experience, and Robotics & Machine Vision

Graduate Courses: Legal and Ethical Issues in Technology, Research Methods in Technology, Resource Management, Quality Management, Supply Chain Management, Project Management, Theory of Constraints,Thesis, Graduate Project, Product Development, Operation Leadership, and Lean Systems.


Technical Leadership, Decision-Models, Problem Solving, Medical Technology, Management of Technology, Materials and Processes, Manufacturing Systems, Distance Education

What is Technology Management? (1:01)


Dr. Doggett has over 20 years of professional experience. Areas of concentration include manufacturing, engineering, administration, and education.

Currently specializing in the development and delivery of applied engineering/technology management education using multi-media and web-based applications. Specialties:

Lean manufacturing, Theory of Constraints, Distance education, Industrial and manufacturing engineering.

For a listing of published works, visit

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