Applied Business and Technology
Kansas State Polytechnic's applied business and technology, formerly technology management, program takes your degree to the next level by connecting your area of interest with business and management principles. Students select a concentration of study in a program offered at K-State Polytechnic or on the Manhattan campus, or can transfer in credits already earned to pair with this bachelor's degree. K-State Polytechnic also keeps your education accessible by providing classes on campus, online or a combination of both.
Why our program?
The applied business and technology program enhances a student's education by combining a marketable skill already learned at the university level with proficiencies in management, leadership, analytics, communications and commerce. With this competitive edge, applied business and technology graduates find success in careers throughout many business sectors including entrepreneurship, marketing, management, product development, project management, public relations and sales.
Applied business and technology allows you to personalize your degree – choose a focus area taught on campus or transfer community college or technical school credits. You have the opportunity to transfer up to 60 credit hours, providing a jump start on your degree. Some focus area examples include fire science, veterinary technician, aviation maintenance, wind energy, computer systems and hazardous materials – but the opportunities are endless!
With a 96% acceptance rate and year-round start dates, we make sure you are set for success!
Why K-State Polytechnic?
More than 87% of K-State Polytechnic students receive financial aid, so completing your degree is attainable. Last year, we distributed more than $3.6 million in scholarships to K-State Polytechnic students alone.
K-State Polytechnic is centered around the student experience emphasizing innovative learning, real-world experiences and industry connections. Our student to faculty ratio is 14:1 – meaning our faculty are focused on each individual student. We are a tight-knit family with a small college feel and the resources of a Big 12 university.