Technology Management students take courses in the diverse areas of management, accounting, and marketing; as well as in other essential business areas. The technology concentration courses can be done in any of a number of technical disciplines. Technology management graduates are prepared for supervisory and management positions in a variety of technical areas, ranging from aviation and manufacturing to sales and product development.
Bachelor's degree requirements (121 credit hours)
Area of Concentration (39 credit hours)
This block of courses may include course work in one area of concentration, or related multiple certificates, options, or specialization areas other than business. Courses accepted for transfer to K-State must be academic college-level courses.