Earn Your Technology Management Degree at Peirce College

Peirce College's Technology Management program is ideal for current IT professionals who are seeking a degree that will advance their careers and prepare them to step into IT supervisory or management roles. The program enables you to build on your previous studies through a diverse program that blends technology and business courses and can be customized to meet your career goals and the technology management needs of today’s organizations.

With our Technology Management degree, you will gain the skills and knowledge you need to step into a supervisor or management role in IT. You can embed employer-recognized certifications in IT and project management into your program. 

As a Peirce student, you'll take courses such as Database Management Systems, Systems Analysis and Design, Introduction to Business, Information Security and Risk Management, Networking Fundamentals, Applied Management Concepts, Ethical Management of Information Technology and Project Management. Plus, you'll have the ability to pick 13 elective courses to customize the program to the career path that most interests you.

And getting started is easier than you think! Because it's a degree completion program, our Technology Management degree makes going back to school and finishing a degree convenient for adult learners with prior college credits and/or IT work experience. We work with students to maximize how much of your previous work and college experience can translate into credits toward the degree. Students who can apply 102 transfer credits into the program can finish their degrees in just one year (six sessions) of full-time enrollment.

Online IT Degrees

Peirce was one of the first schools to offer completely online college degrees all the way back in 2000, and we're still doing it today. Enroll in our Technology Management degree today, and make your dream of finishing your college degree and improving your career outlook a reality.

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