BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT
The Bachelor of Science in Technical Management program will help you learn to cultivate a variety of skills and assets needed by businesses. For those with previous technical education, the goal of this program is designed to propel you even further by preparing you for a variety of managerial/supervisory positions in today’s industrial environment. Start your career growth here!
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Online Program: We want to meet you where you’re at and offer you an education that will fit around your busy schedule. That’s why this program will provide 100% of the training and education you need online!
Resources at Your Fingertips: Regardless of being 100% online, you can expect the same level of support as our on-ground students to include tutoring services, training on your online platform, department customer service, employment preparation and assistance with job leads, and access to the school’s virtual library.
Completion Program: Western Tech’s Bachelor of Science degree in Technical Management is a completion degree program that offers a viable path forward in management for an individual with a technical associates degree.
The Technical Management completion degree program is designed to help students earn their bachelor’s degree faster and is more inexpensive than starting their bachelor’s degree from scratch. Western Tech accepts previously earned credits from an earned associates degree. Let us evaluate your credits today!
Some examples of students than can enroll in the Technical Management completion program include:
- Earned associate of applied science (AAS) or associate of science (AS) with 15 general education credits.
- earned associates of occupational science (AOS) degree must take additional gen ed courses to complete 15 required general education credits.
Enjoy learning and participating in a variety of courses such as Accounting, Principles of Lean Six Sigma, Project Management, Operations, and many more!
Employment Opportunities: This program provides general education, technical, and specialized courses that will prepare you for careers in private, public, and government sectors. Some roles that you would be qualified for upon completion are:
CAREER OPPORTUNITES FOR TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT
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