Technology Management



Technology Management, B.A.


Technology Management


Technology Management

 (Click major/minor/certificate title to see typical courses for the program)


Plan of Study

Discover the courses you'll take as a technology management major in the Plan of Study.


Graduates of the technology management program typically find employment in business or industry in such career areas as industrial sales and distribution, training, safety and/or insurance, and technically oriented supervision and management.

Unique Features: 
  • Accredited by the National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT)

  • Several annual competitive scholarships

  • Department of Industrial Technology Advisory Board

  • Active student organizations and other department-wide professional organization chapters

  • Dedicated departmental student computer labs

  • Hands-on experiential learning opportunities on campus and on site in industry

  • Dedicated faculty who have strong professional relations with industry and potential employers of program graduates

  • Housed in the Industrial Technology Center, featuring classrooms with state-of-the-art media facilities

  • Specialized laboratories with modern equipment and testing devices

  • Student computing laboratories for instructional and student use

Scholarships & Awards: 


Several full-tuition industrial technology scholarships are available to incoming freshmen on a competitive basis through the College of Natural Sciences Mathematics, Science and Technology Symposium. Other scholarships are available through endowments and industrial donations to students majoring in Industrial Technology.

 More information on department scholarships can found at Financial Aid.