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The technology management program is designed primarily as a degree completion transfer program to articulate with accredited AS and AAS programs in industrial and engineering technology related fields. The program focuses on the technology management skills to prepare students for career advancement in supervision and management. Graduates in the program are competent in supervision, and management. Graduates in the program are competent in supervision, quality control, production planning, workplace law, project management and a variety of other skills that prepare you for technology management.
Indiana State’s Bachelor of Science degree in technology management consists of course work in the complementary areas of technology, supervision/management, and social skills. You must complete course work in a technical specialty, which prepares you with the skills and knowledge in the application of tools, equipment, materials, and processes of your chosen field. Training in management skills is earned through completion of course work in the areas of safety, management, supervision, and team approaches to problem solving. The third area, social or human relations skills, is developed partly through the above courses but also through the foundational studies area of the University’s General Education program. A portion of your associate degree’s general education course work may be transferred to the baccalaureate degree.
ISU’s technology management bachelor’s degree builds on the technical skills you learned at Ivy Tech, Vincennes University, Community College of the Air Force, or other institutions, and provides you with the needed skills in management and human relations. You can complete your degree at the Indiana State University campus in Terre Haute, or by distance learning where on-campus visits are not required.
All required course in the technology management major are offered via the internet or other distance format.
General Education requirements can be fulfilled by a combination of course work earned through the University’s distance learning program, the Indiana College Network, and your local college or university. Enrich your experience through student involvement You can join student chapters of any of several professional associations, which offer you the opportunity to learn about the field, make contacts with possible employers, and attend professional meetings and seminars. Some of these organizations include the: Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering; Females in Technology; Society of Mechanical Engineers’ Institute of Packaging professionals. And the Society of Automotive Engineers.
Building on your previous education, the technology management program prepares you with the combined technology logical skills and knowledge required for professional management-oriented positions in a variety of technological fields. As a graduate of the program you will be competent in supervision, quality control, production planning, workplace law, project management, and a variety of other skills that prepare you for technology management positions.