Graduating with a Bachelor Degree in Technology Management is an investment in yourself and your future. Some examples of technical field training and experience include but are not limited to: Aviation Maintenance Technology; Avionics/Aviation Electronics Technology; Nondestructive Testing Technology; Aviation Flight; Automotive Technology; Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning; Welding; Construction; and other specialties.
What is a Technology Management Degree?
The purpose of the Bachelor of Science in Technology Management (Hybrid or 100% Distance Education Versions) is to build and strengthen business and management acumen within technology industries.
Graduates of the Technology Management B.S. degree program are more well-rounded, and with experience working in a technology field, they will be more prepared for future opportunities including entry-level management.
Skills Gained With a Technology Management Degree
Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology’s Technology Management Program combines a student’s technical training and experience with education in communication, quantitative reasoning, and critical thinking, as well as business management to prepare them to meet challenges in the field.
Spartan offers a unique blend of experience and education that allows students to increase their skillset and advance their knowledge.
Spartan College offers a Technology Management degree in either a fully online or hybrid (online and on-campus in Tulsa, OK) format.
Here are some sample classes that are required for Spartan College’s Technology Management Degree:
MGT4004 – Business Strategies | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an in-depth study of strategic business planning and development. It is designed as a culmination of previous courses in the management program. Students use the business strategy process to develop and run a business simulation for a small corporation in the technology industry. Subject areas include principles of technology maintenance, technical operations, planning, safety and liability.
MGT4005 – Research in Technology Management | 4 Semester Credits
Students select a research topic related to technical management practices and prepare a research paper to be presented in class. Emphasis is on current, relevant problems in planning, implementing, or managing various operations in the technology industry. The instructor must approve the topic.
MGT4003 – International Business Practices | 3 Semester Credits
An in-depth study of managerial practices needed for business in today’s global marketplace. Subject areas include managerial theory and several special topics including a global perspective on management in the world economy. Case studies illustrating managerial problems and solutions are widely used.
Students combine their technical training and experience with education in communication, quantitative reasoning and critical thinking, as well as business management to prepare them to meet challenges in the field.
If this sounds like something you might be interested in, contact us today to learn more about our Bachelor’s Degree in Technology Management!