Get AHEAD with a Technology Management Bachelor's Degree
The technology management bachelor's degree program complements and builds on an associate of applied science (AAS) degree from a community or technical college where a student earns a minimum of:
- 39 hours of credit in a technical concentration
- 21 credit hours of general education courses
After transferring to K-State, a student would take additional general education requirements, along with 27 credit hours of business-related courses. View the full listing of degree requirements in the Technology Management Guide (PDF).
Technology management graduates can use their management and business skills to help further their career, as they will understand how to:
- hire and supervise employees
- train new employees
- train new supervisors and managers
- plan budgets and manage the many aspects of business
Other Undergraduate Options
Interested in another degree program? Kansas State University Global Campus offers online bachelor’s degrees in a variety of fields. A regionally accredited university, you’ll learn from the same expert faculty who teach our on-campus courses.
You can choose from the following online bachelor’s degrees:
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