Engineering Technology Management
This 2+2 program provides a means for students with an associate degree in an Engineering Technology Management to earn a Bachelor's degree that adds management skills to their technical training. The working adult is the target audience of the ETM 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.
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Courses such as Engineering Cost Analysis, Engineering Work Analysis, Systems Decision Making, Engineering Team Theory and Practice, Quality Practices, and Engineering Project Management complement students' technical training to prepare them for management and leadership roles in business and industry. The ETM degree program requires students to enroll in related courses from a list of selective electives. Because of this requirement, many ETM students choose to earn a minor in Business Administration.
Many ETM students are already employed, using their Associate degree in an engineering technology field. With the BS in Engineering Technology Management, they can often move into management and leadership positions within their organization.