This program offers 39 semester credit hours.
The Technology Management program develops the necessary skills to help businesses utilize available technology and determine the technological strategies that will best suit the needs of the business. Additionally, a technology manager oversees the work of technical professionals to ensure a reliable, productive work environment for clients and employers.
Work places include, but not limited to: businesses in automotive, biotechnology, bioinformatics, information technology, and telecommunications.
Job duties include, but not limited to:
- Business Manager
- Business Consultant
- Business Analyst and Marketer
Program Core Courses
Fundamentals of Customer Service
Fundamentals of Business Management
Principles of Financial Accounting
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Total Core Requirements
Program Emphasis Courses
Venture Strategic Marketing Plan
Introduction to IT Project Management
Introduction to Project Management
Introduction to Technology Management
Total Emphasis Requirements