About the Program
The Bachelor's degree in technology management combines a marketable skill learned at the university level with the management education necessary to allow for rapid advancement in the industry.
Technology management students take courses in management, accounting and marketing, as well as other critical elements of business.The technology concentration consists of university level training in nearly any skill area except business.
On campus and online
- Classes are taught at the K-State at Salina and Manhattan campuses.
- Most of the courses required for the technology management degree are also available through distance learning options, making this program convenient for students in other locations.
Areas of concentration offered at K-State Polytechnic
- Aviation maintenance
- Computer systems technology
- Construction engineering technology
- Digital media technology
- Electronic and computer engineering technology
- Family studies and human services
- Mechanical engineering technology
- Professional pilot
- Web development technology
Transfer students are encouraged to apply
The technology management program can be a very efficient way to complete a bachelor's degree and advance as a professional. Possible transfer programs include health, veterinary medicine, fire science, clinical or natural science, fine arts, agriculture, architecture or any of a wide variety of concentrations.