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B.A.S in Technology Management

The Mike Cottrell College of Business bachelor of applied science (B.A.S.) in technology management prepares graduates for supervisory positions in technology in industry. This program, unlike the bachelor of business administration (B.B.A.) programs available in the Mike Cottrell College of Business, is specifically designed for students who hold an associate of applied science (A.A.S.) degree or career associate degree from another institution.

Graduates from the B.A.S. in technology management program seek positions in government, manufacturing, operations, retail, travel, tourism, and other industries. In addition to 15 semester hours (5 courses) considered a “bridge” from their A.A.S. degree, students in the B.A.S. in technology management program 18 semester hours (6 courses) are provided in a variety of management and technology courses that provide the knowledge and skills necessary for students to succeed following graduation.

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Admission Requirements

Bachelor's degree seeking students may declare a Business major at any point, but must successfully complete an online advising module related to their business major and meet admission requirements prior to enrolling in any advanced 3000/4000 level course.

What can you do with a career in technology management?

Technology is a critical component of management in every organization. From sharing information in the cloud to strategic management of an organization, technology is a core component of industry.

The Mike Cottrell College of Business bachelor of applied science (B.A.S.) in technology management prepares graduates for supervisory positions in technology in industry. This program, unlike the bachelor of business administration (B.B.A.) programs available in the Mike Cottrell College of Business is specifically designed for students who hold an associate of applied science (A.A.S.) degree or career associate degree from another institution.

Student Life

Many students in the B.A.S. programs offered from the Mike Cottrell College of Business are non-traditional students and may be taking courses in addition to maintaining a full-time job and/or family life. However, Technology Management students may still elect to participate in extracurricular activities or student organizations.

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