Graduate Admissions 2022

Bachelor of Science (BS)

7-week 100% online

Management and Technology

The BGSU bachelor of science in management and technology is one of our most popular online programs at BGSU. Transfer and active military friendly. 100% Online. Six-start dates a year. 

The management and technology major is designed for people with a technical or applied associate degree or equivalence who are employed in business, industry, education, healthcare, social services, or military service and wish to continue their education.

Why study management and technology through BGSU Online?

  • Complete up to 30% of a master’s degree before you graduate! Students in the Training & Development concentration can apply to our Accelerated Degree Program (ADP) and earn up to 9 graduate credits toward a Master’s Degree in Instructional Design & Technology saving you both time and money. Contact BGSU Online to learn more about this exciting option.  NOTE: To Apply to the accelerated program during the application process, make sure to select, "Undergrad Accelerated: Instructional Design and Technology - MEd (eCampus)"
  • Get a promotion. Charge a new career path. The management and technology program assists working adults with attaining a degree and equips them to earn promotions and successfully make career changes. 
  • Receive credit for work experience. To ensure you only learn what you don’t already know, students receive credit for work experience. The average age of M&T students is 35; a key benefit is sharing knowledge with other working professionals from diverse backgrounds. 
  • Graduates of the program find success. With relevant courses, passionate faculty and quality online learning, the BGSU M&T degree is proud to say that 100% of surveyed students reported being in employment or graduate studies after 6 months of graduation.

Have questions?

Our online enrollment specialists are here for you from registration to graduation. Contact us with questions about applying, financial aid, program details, student support and more. online@bgsu.edu | 419-372-3226

Career - what can you do with a management and technology degree?

More and more a bachelor’s degree is required by employers to demonstrate learning ability and evidence your capacity for growth.

According to a Center on Education and the Workforce study, graduates with a bachelor's degree earn about a million dollars more over their lifetimes than those with only some college education.

Students are often returning to work after a break or making sure they are not passed over for promotion again or looking to make a career change.

The bachelor of science in management and technology will equip you with the critical thinking skills and frameworks for managing technological innovation that companies tell us they need to survive today.

BGSU Management and Technology graduates’ average starting salary was $63,549 in 2020.

100% of graduates report they're employed, in graduate school or starting a business within six months of graduation.

Career paths

  • Reference Laboratory Technician
  • Technology Consulting
  • Operations & Supply Chain
  • Government Technologist
  • Nonprofit Management
  • Education
  • Military Leadership
  • Entrepreneur

Your degree, your way

With 100% online delivery, certified learning quality, straightforward requirements for entry and graduation, the bachelor of science in management and technology opens doors to new careers or win promotion at your current job. 

Take the first step towards recognizing your current achievements and complement your existing skills with new frameworks for thinking, solving problems and achieving tasks in a technological world where humans are still at the center of every organization. 

If you started your associate’s degree at BGSU and did not finish for whatever reason, we have good news! Bowling Green State University invites you back to Finish your BGSU Degree.Receive credit for work experience

To ensure you only learn what you don’t already know, students receive credit for work experience. The average age of M&T students is 35; a key benefit is sharing knowledge with other working professionals from diverse backgrounds. 

My time at BGSU was very valuable. As a non-traditional student BGSU Online was very accommodating to balancing a family, profession, and school. The professors within the program were wonderful and the delivery of the content was impactful. I was able to apply many lessons learned within the M&T program to my current role, strengthening my skills and positioning me for future career growth. I would recommend this program to anyone looking for flexibility combined with learnings that will be applicable to relevant work in today's economy. Go Falcons!

Matt Nutter

Matthew Nutter

Huntington Bank, VP Regional Manager

Curriculum

Every M&T student studies a rounded professional core of courses and one of three concentration areas – Business; Training and Development; Internet and Information Studies. Core courses – quality improvement, leadership, project management, technology in learning and management skills – apply to any organization that uses technology.

Required courses

Criminal Justice

Sample courses

  • Supervisory and management skills
  • Project management
  • Training program development
  • Instructional design and delivery

Quality Matters LogoBGSU is the only university in Ohio and one of just nine in the nation to earn the Quality Matters Online Learner Support certificate for all of our seven-week online programs. The certificate recognizes that our programs provide the critical services needed for student success and that we use student feedback to continuously improve those services.

BGSU College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering

You will be enrolled in and receive your degree from the College of Technology Architecture and Applied Engineering.

Updated: 09/21/2023 10:18AM