Management and Technology (online)
Management and Technology (M&T) is a bachelor degree completion program. M&T allows adult learners to transfer a technical or applied associate degree toward the obtainment of a Bachelor of Science in Technology.
You will learns skills that can be applied to virtually any type of work environment to advance your career opportunities. Choose from one of the concentrations areas below that best supports your career goals.
Concentration Areas (15 credit hours)
- Training and Development
- Internet and Information Studies
Find out more information about the Management and Technology program by visiting the Management and Technology eCampus web page.
- Designed for the working professional
- Credit awarded for work experience
- Military-friendly - member of the AU-ABU
- Advising and mentoring from admission to degree completion
- Multiple start dates throughout the year
- Accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE)
Accredited Online Degrees!
Increase your earning potential
- 100% online
- 7-week online courses allow you to focus on 1 or 2 classes at a time
- 6 start dates means you don't have to wait long to get started
Management and Technology News
BGSU tech students secure co-ops and applied learning opportunities
For many Bowling Green State University students in the College of Technology Architecture and Applied Engineering, they found their co-ops canceled or retracted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but through determination and support from faculty they found new ways to secure opportunities to stay on track.
Q&A with Dr. Jennie Gallimore
Dr. Jennie Gallimore is the new dean of the College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering at Bowling Green State University. This past fall semester was her first at BGSU. Gallimore comes to BGSU from Wright State University, where she was associate dean for research and graduate studies.
BGSU's Hank Blumenthal finds himself ‘In the Soup’ once again
Dr. Hank Blumenthal, a BGSU VCT assistant professor, reunited with the cast and crew of “In the Soup,” a 1992 movie he produced, at the 2108 Tribeca Film Festival. The Sundance Grand Prize-winning indie comedy was one of only three films selected for the Retrospective portion of the festival.
Updated: 08/26/2022 03:22PM