Technology management students take courses in management, accounting and marketing, as well as other critical elements of business. The technology concentration consists of college-level training in nearly every skill area except business.
This degree program compliments and builds on an associate of applied science (AAS) degree from a community college or technical college where a student earns at least 39 hours of credit in a technical concentration along with 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).