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Bachelor’s in Technology Management

The Bachelor of Science in Technology Management is designed for students with at least 45 transfer credits that can be applied to the program, including credits earned at other institutions and credits awarded for professional and military training and select IT certifications.

  • Save time and money by applying up to 102 transfer credits toward this degree.
  • Earn credit for select IT certifications.
  • Complete your remaining credits entirely online or through a combination of online and on-campus courses.
  • Graduates will be prepared for professional advancement and graduate-level study.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the BS in Technology Management degree, students will be able to:

  1. Oversee the process of analyzing a problem and identifying and defining the technology requirements appropriate to its solution.

  2. Facilitate and manage the selection, design, integration, implementation, evaluation, and administration of computer-based systems to meet defined user needs.

  3. Manage and lead teams that function effectively to accomplish a common goal.

  4. Analyze computing-related ethical, legal and social issues to enable responsible professional practice and an ability to synthesize policy recommendations.

  5. Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.

  6. Employ a familiarity with current techniques, concepts, tools, and practices in the core information technologies to make sound business decisions.

  7. Create and execute an effective project plan.

Program at a Glance:

Credits:

121

Transfer Credits:

Up to 102 transfer credits can be applied to this degree.

Format:

100% online, or a blend of online and on-campus courses.

Cost:

See how you can finish this degree for as low as $11,000.

Per Credit Tuition:

$600 per credit

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*Tuition is based on 2019-2020 tuition and does not include fees or books.

Curriculum

Bachelor of Science Degree Curriculum - Minimum Total Credits: 121

INSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENTS:Min. Credits
PRC 101Peirce College Orientation1
BIS 111Application Software Fundamentals3
COM 112Speech Communication3
COM 312Practical Reasoning3
ENG 101English Composition3
ENG 103Rhetoric and Research3
HUM 102Introduction to Ethics3
HUMHUM Core (choose 1)3
MAT 101Introduction to College Mathematics3
MAT 102College Algebra3
SCISCI Core (choose 2)6
SOC SCISOC SCI Core (Chose 2)6
GEN EDGen Ed Core (choose 1)3
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:Min. Credits
ACC 105Accounting for Non-Financial Managers3
BIS 201HTML and the World Wide Web3
BIS 235Database Management Systems3
BIS 402Systems Analysis and Design3
BUS 100Introduction to Business3
ISC 310Information Security Management3
ISC 425Operations Security, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning3
ITN 130Networking Fundamentals3
MAT 109 or MAT 370Statistics I or Applied Discrete Mathematics (choose 1)3
MGT 210Applied Management Concepts3
MGT 306Organizational Dynamics3
MIS 110Usability Principles and Design3
MIS 205Ethical Management of Information Technology3
MIS 302Project Management3
MIS 425Special Topics in Management3
ELEElective courses (choose 11)33

Careers in Technology Management

Graduates of our Technology Management program will be able to take on supervisor or management roles in the IT field. You’ll be prepared to analyze real-world technology problems and identify and implement innovative solutions. Join Peirce graduates working in IT in healthcare, financial services, insurance, banking and other industries. For more information about potential technology management careers for Peirce graduates, visit our Information Technology Careers page.

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