Engineering Technology Management
The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Management is designed for students who earned an associate's degree in Engineering Technology. This unique 2+2 program leverages partnerships between USC Upstate and technical colleges to allow Engineering Technology degree holders to complete their bachelor's degree at USC Upstate by adding management skills to their technical degree.
The mission of the Engineering Technology Management 2+2 Bachelor’s of Science Program is…
The program implements this mission through the following Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) as part of the ETAC of ABET accreditation process.
To prepare students for careers in business and industry by combining technical management and refined leadership with the skills students obtain from their specialized Associate’s Degree in Engineering Technology.
The working adult is the target audience of the program. The structure of the program allows working adults to attend full-time or part-time with a mix of course delivery in the evening and via distance learning.
- The degree program requires students to enroll in related courses from a list of selective electives. Because of this requirement, many students choose to earn a minor in Business Administration.
- Current technical college students interested in the program should make contact immediately with the Engineering Technology Program Coordinator to plan the optimum transfer of credits.
- Curriculum Summary
- Degrees which lead into the 2+2 Program
The Engineering Technology Management program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET.
Our Program Educational Objective is for our graduates to be employed in management and leadership roles with the following job titles once they have three to five years of technical work experience:
- Process Engineer
- Manufacturing Engineer
- Quality Engineer
- Quality Manager
- Quality Technician
- Operations Manager
- Manager of Technical People
- Manager of Manufacturing Processes
- Manager of Projects.
We expect our graduates to lead technical people, manage quality, and manage processes as well as manage their careers.
Engineering Management Student Association
The purpose of the USC-Upstate Engineering Management Student Association is to promote the Profession of Engineering Management. It will use both on campus and off campus activities to broaden students’ horizons beyond the classroom setting. This organization shall be open to USC-Upstate students and to interested students at technical colleges with programs that articulate with the USC Upstate Engineering Technology Management program.
This organization is open to USC-Upstate students and to interested students at technical colleges with programs that articulate with the USC Upstate Engineering Technology Management program. Please continue reading to find out what the Engineering Management Student Association is and what it can do for your professional and academic growth as a member.
If you are interested in joining or want to find out more about the USC Upstate Engineering Management Student Association, please call Tim Ellis, ETM Program Coordinator, at 864-503-5894 or email.
The Engineering Technology Management Program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of the ABET. ABET is the recognized accrediting body for college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology. Among the most respected accreditation organizations in the U.S., ABET has provided leadership and quality assurance in higher education for over 75 years.
As students earn their degrees and begin looking for job, having a degree from an ABET accredited institution is an advantage. The accreditation is an assurance that USC Upstate meets the quality standards established by the profession for which it prepares its students. To employers, graduate schools, and licensure, certification, and registration boards, graduation from an accredited program signifies adequate preparation for entry into the profession. In fact, many of these groups require graduation from an accredited program as a minimum qualification.
Visit ABET's website for more information about accreditation.
The Engineering Technology Management program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
Engineering Technology Management Program Statistics
There are 41 students currently enrolled in the program.
The number of graduates by academic year is as follows:
Academic Year Total Graduates 2015-2016 12 2014 - 2015 13 2013 - 2014 3 2012 - 2013 12 2011 - 2012 9 2010 - 2011 9 2009 - 2010 11 2008 - 2009 2 2007 - 2008 2