Bachelor of Science in Technology Management
The Bachelor of Science in Technology Management degree prepares students to combine their prior technical training with education in communication, quantitative reasoning, and critical thinking as well as business management to prepare them to meet challenges in the technical industries. Required courses for this degree program include Business Strategies, Aviation History, and International Business Practices.
Financial aid is awarded one academic year at a time. An academic year is defined as three, ten-week terms of instruction for the bachelor’s program. Bachelor degree students must attempt 8 credit hours each term and 24 credit hours per academic year.
Financial aid and scholarships may be available to those who qualify.
Technology Degree Prerequisites Required
In addition to the standard admission requirements, to enroll in the bachelor program, technical students (non-flight) are required to have their diploma/degree completed from Spartan College or other accredited institutions and be working in or have previous experience in the field. Students can transfer from Spartan or another accredited post-secondary institution thirty (30) credits of coursework in a technical field.
To enroll in the bachelor program, flight students must have private pilot certification completed or be currently enrolled in a flight training program leading to Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) rating.
Note: It is possible to be awarded credits from Spartan for certifications earned through the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Please refer to the Transfer Credit Policy in the Tulsa Catalog for more information.
|General Education Courses||31|
|Core Technical Courses||58|
|Total Months||31 (without transfer credits)|
Technology Management Online & Hybrid Lesson Options
Spartan College offers the opportunity for you to earn your Technology Management degree in multiple ways. The degree can be completed online, at our Tulsa campus, or in a hybrid fashion split between online and on-campus. Our online Technology Management program is available to complete without uprooting your life. Make sure you have the flexibility you need in order to ensure your success when earning a Technology Management Bachelor degree.
Before applying, ensure that you’re in a state eligible for our online Technology Management degree program:
Bachelor’s Degree Courses – General Education
|ENG 1001 English Composition||3||Required|
|SPH 2001 Fundamentals of Speech||3||Required|
|ENG 2001 English Composition II – Technical Writing||3||Required|
|SOC 1001 Modern Sociology||3||Required|
|PSY 2001 Psychology||3||Required|
|ECN 2001 Introduction to Economics||3||Required|
|HIS1001 American History: 1865 – Present||3||Required|
|HIS 2001 Aviation History||3||Required|
|MAT 1001 College Mathematics||4||Required|
|PHY 1001 College Physics||3||Required|
Bachelor’s Degree Courses – Technical (Core)
|BUS 1001 Introduction to Business||3||Required|
|ACC 2001 College Accounting||3||Required|
|MGT 1001 Business Ethics||3||Required|
|BIM 1001 Computer Proficiency||3||Required|
|BUS 2001 Elementary Statistics for Business||3||Required|
|QCM 2001 Philosophy of Quality Management||4||Required|
|QCM 2002 ISO 9000 and Total Quality Management||4||Required|
|QCM 2003 Total Quality Tools and Techniques||4||Required|
|BUS 3001 Business Law||3||Required|
|MGT 3001 Fundamentals of Management||3||Required|
|BUS 3002 Business Communication||3||Required|
|MKT 3001 Introduction to Marketing||3||Required|
|FIN 3001 Financial Management||3||Required|
|MGT 4001 Human Resource Management||3||Required|
|MGT 4002 Management Information Systems||3||Required|
|MGT 4003 International Business Practices||3||Required|
|MGT 4004 Business Strategies||3||Required|
|MGT 4005 Research in Technology Management||4||Required|