Technology Management, BS

Central to Optimizing for Customer Advantage.

Central’s BS in Technology Management prepares students to work in a variety of technology-oriented supervisory, middle management, and leadership positions. Coursework reflects the increasing industry demand for professionals with a mastery of industrial processes, applied technologies, and managerial skills.

Tools students develop include project management, quality control, and marketing, as well as technical writing, best environmental practices, and industrial accounting. Students may elect to pursue a specialty in Technology Management customized to the student’s professional interests in consultation with an academic advisor.

Learn the latest methods in:

  • Quality Management
  • Environment, Health and Safety
  • Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Production Management

Program Features

  • Attend full- or part-time
  • Classes on-campus and in hybrid format
  • Course schedules designed for working professionals and full-time students
  • Prepare for management positions in a technology-related field of study
  • Access to state-of-the-art laboratories and technology in the new Applied Innovation Hub
  • Internships provide academic credit and practical experience
  • Graduates acquire leadership skills for future success
  • Cap a technology associates degree or any technical courses with leadership and management courses
  • Financial aid and scholarships available
  • Free on-campus child care available
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The Technology Management program is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).

Admissions Contact

Undergraduate Recruitment & Admissions

Academic Department

Eric Kirby
Manufacturing & Construction Management
Applied Innovation Hub

Fortifying the materials that I have learned in the classrooms has been a wonderful experience that has allowed me to learn even more about elements of Technology Management in a variety of settings. The project management, networking, and interpersonal skills that I learned are the start of continuous growth of skill-sets that I will apply in all aspects of my future career.

Ashley Edouard About her internship experience

Did You Know?

Graduates look forward to numerous career opportunities in a diverse array of settings. Some examples of potential careers fields include Internet Technologies (Web Master), Mechatronics Technology, Public Safety, Fire Prevention, Biotechnology, Telecommunications, CAD/CAM Systems Management, and any other combination of courses that we offer.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate the knowledge required to select the techniques, skills, and modern tools to control the quality of the processes utilized in the realization of a product or service.
  2. Show the knowledge to select and apply mathematics, science, and technology to the planning and control of production processes.
  3. Display the knowledge vital to create a safe working environment which is in compliance with OSHA and EPA regulations.
  4. Exhibit the knowledge required to manage a diverse workforce, facilities, and lead project and problem-solving teams.