What is Technology Management?

Technology Management is the field concerned with the supervision of personnel across the technical spectrum and a wide variety of complex technological systems. Technology Management courses include instruction in production and operations management, project management, computer applications, quality management, safety and health issues, statistics, and general management principles.

Our degrees are offered entirely online or mixed modality (face to face, hybrid, online)  Opportunities are available to receive course credit for prior learning (CPL)

Technology Management offers all of its courses online, adding flexibility to attaining your educational goals.

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MS in Engineering & Tech. Management

The Master of Science in Engineering and Technology Management (MS-ETM)  is the only program in the state.  It prepares engineering and technological professionals to make process-, product-, and project-oriented strategic and operational decisions and become leaders in the management of technology by providing the link between engineering, science, and management. It helps companies, research organizations, and governments to plan, develop, and implement technologies by specifically addressing real needs identified by industry leaders.

Effective planning, selection, implementation, and management of technology, and the teams involved, is essential to the success of any business in today’s complex and time-critical global markets. 

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BS in Technology Management

The Bachelor of Science degree in Technology Management prepares graduates to lead and manage technology-intensive organizations or to continue their education at the post-graduate level.

The degree focuses heavily on technology development, leadership, and management skills needed for globally competitive organizations. Students are encouraged to select course work to meet the particular needs of their chosen profession.

Up to 45 technical credits may be transferable from an Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Associate of Science (AS), or individual courses from a regionally accredited institution of higher education in an approved technical area as agreed upon by the Technology Management advisor and department chair.

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AAS in Technology

The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Technology has been designed for individuals working in a technical area who have considerable work experience and/or have obtained specialized certifications, licenses, apprenticeships, etc.

Many of these students will be looking for a degree to allow them better upward mobility in their jobs or careers, or be looking for education that may make it possible for them to more successfully launch their own businesses.

An articulation agreement with Mountainland Technical College (MTECH) allows MTECH students who earn certifications in many 900+ hour technical programs to receive 30 hours of academic credit in the AAS Technology degree – almost half the needed credits to graduate!

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