The Bachelor of Science in Technology Management (BSTM) is designed for students who wish to strengthen their business and management acumen within technical industries. At Spartan College, we understand the need for our graduates to complete their bachelor’s degree in a convenient and quick format. That is why our Technology Management degree program is offered in-person at our Tulsa Campus or through Distance/Online Education*. Graduates of the Technology Management B.S. degree program may be more prepared for future opportunities with prior experience working in technical industries.
Spartan College offers the opportunity for you to earn your Technology Management degree in multiple ways. The degree can be completed Online* or in a hybrid fashion split between online and on-campus. Our online Technology Management program is available to complete without uprooting your life.
Students combine their technical training with education in communication, quantitative reasoning and critical thinking, as well as business management to prepare them to meet challenges in the field. This blend of training, experience, and education you receive with our technology management degree allows you to increase your knowledge and management skills. Graduates of the Technology Management B.S. degree program are more well-rounded, and with experience working in the technology field, will be more prepared for future opportunities including entry-level management.
*Before applying, ensure that you’re in a state eligible for our Online TM degree program: Distance Education State Authorization List
Those who’ve graduated with Technical degrees from Spartan College or other accredited institutions and have experience in the field. Students earn at Spartan or transfer from another accredited institution, according to the Spartan transfer policy, thirty (30) credits of coursework in a technical field of their choice. Some examples of these fields include but are not limited to:
Pilots, Aviation technicians, Aviation Electronics/Avionics, Automotive, Nondestructive Testing, HVAC, Quality Control, Welding, Construction, and other technical specialties.
In addition to the standard admission requirements, to enroll in the bachelor programs, technical students (non-flight) are required to have their diploma/degree completed and be working in or have previous experience in the technical field. To validate this experience, students may be required to submit transcripts, certifications, and/or work history.
To enroll in the bachelor programs, flight students must have private pilot certification completed and 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 College 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)|
Attending college is a momentous decision and can be a financial challenge for many prospective students. At Spartan College, we understand that you may have obstacles to furthering your education and will work with you to ensure we develop a financial plan that works with your specific needs.
The Spartan Student Finance Team can help you get answers to questions you may have and get you started on your path to qualifying for financial aid. Whether you have questions about completing your FAFSA or need a guide for the rest of the financial aid process, the Spartan Finance Team will work with you to ensure that the process is quick and simple and point out the available funding options to those who qualify. Additionally, scholarships may be available to those who qualify.
MGT3001 – Fundamentals of Management | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an Introduction to management principles and techniques with a view toward developing essential skills in the field. Both the history of management and contemporary issues will be discussed. It prepares students for further studies in management.
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.
HIS2001 – Aviation History | 3 Semester Hours
This course is a comprehensive study of aviation history from its early development to the present. Focus will be on significant events, personalities, and aircraft that have influenced the development of both civilian and military aviation.
CAR2001 – Career Exploration | 1 Semester Credit
This course is designed to help pending graduates develop an effective approach to the job search process as they approach graduation. The course emphasizes the understanding of industry expectations and job trends, assessing and developing skills for the workplace, developing a professional portfolio with cover letters and resumes, projecting professionalism, and the practical applications of networking. This course also helps develop self-promotion strategies, successful interviewing, salary negotiations, and overcoming rejection.