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 (124 credit hours)
Area of technology concentration (39-43 credit hours)
The block of technology courses must demonstrate a breadth and depth of course work in one area of concentration. Courses accepted for transfer to K-State are college-level and academic in nature. Courses not accepted for transfer in the technology concentration include remedial courses, continuing education units, business courses, and personal-interest courses.