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Learn how to manage the use of technology to benefit society: you’ll do that here.
The technology management major is specifically designed for students who earned technically-oriented Associate of Applied Science degrees and for those with national certifications or exams and two years of directly related work experience.  
As a technology management major, you’ll be awarded up to 34 credit hours for technical coursework with the technology management option. 
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Students graduating with degrees from the Department of Engineering and Technology report being employed or furthering their education six months after graduation.
Computer Systems Analyst

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Computer Support Specialist

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Database Administrators and Architects

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In the technology management program, you’ll gain career-ready practical experience in a technology-based curriculum. You’ll complete a minimum of 120 credit hours to complete this degree, including the general education requirements and at least 39 senior division hours.
In addition to the normal University admissions requirements, the Technology Management: Technology Management Option has requirements to meet the 34 hours block of credit. Students typically meet this requirement by completing an Associate of Applied Science degree at a regionally accredited institution. This credit will automatically be applied upon submission of the transcripts to the University.  
Otherwise, students can apply for this credit by submitting a portfolio for either  
Option 1.) a recognized national certification or exam and two years of directly related work experience or  
Option 2.) a technical associate degree or certificate from a non-regionally accredited institution. 
The purpose of the portfolio is for potential students to validate that their background and experiences equate to the technical competencies gained from a related Associate of Applied Science degree. For either option, the portfolio shall be submitted to the Department of Engineering and Technology, and the faculty may require additional information if needed. 
Some requirements may be fulfilled by coursework in major program.
Milestone: maintain 2.0 cumulative GPA
Milestone: maintain 2.0 cumulative GPA
Milestone: maintain 2.0 cumulative GPA
*NOTE: Technical elective courses are those with a CM, EG, EP, ET, EV,
FM, GM, IM, MN, TG, or TN prefix and any exceptions approved by the
department. Courses within the Technology Management Core CANNOT
count toward these electives. No more than 24 hours are allowed in any one
area. It is important to meet with an advisor to ensure prerequisites are met
for planned upper-level courses.
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