Technology Management (Information Technology)

Online Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited Leader in Distance Learning


The military and the workplace can be ideal settings to gain IT expertise. At Excelsior College, you can convert your real-world education into academic credit—and earn a degree that qualifies you for management positions.

Excelsior's online Bachelor of Professional Studies in Technology Management (Information Technology) was specifically designed for working adults and students with military backgrounds. It provides a quick, direct route to graduation by building on IT expertise you've already acquired through:

  • Approved military college and training courses
  • Job training and continuing education classes that hold approval from the American Council on Education
  • Coursework from other accredited colleges
  • Approved proficiency exams

You'll need fewer IT classes to complete the technology management degree, saving you time and money. And Excelsior's online information technology classes are designed for working adults with busy schedules. You'll take classes where and when they fit into your life.

Move into Technology Management with a Career-building Degree

Excelsior develops IT classes with input from industry experts, and we revise course materials continuously to incorporate the most current practices in the IT industry.

You'll build on your IT expertise while acquiring the skills you'll need for management positions, including:

  • Accounting
  • Project management
  • Leadership
  • Computer applications

IT management professionals are in high demand across many industries. Put yourself in position to compete for these jobs with a technology management degree.

Excelsior College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. (Learn more about the MSCHE accreditation programs and specialized accreditations on our accreditation page.)

Minimum of 120 credits: 30 in arts and sciences (including 9 upper level); 45 in the professional component (including 15 upper level and 15 in the area of focus); and 45 in the additional credit component (including information literacy and 6 upper level credits). See the credit requirements in chart form.

Graduates of the Bachelor of Professional Studies in Technology Management will be expected to:

  1. Use commonly available workplace technology tools to communicate professional information in clear, grammatical, and effective written prose.
  2. Develop and communicate cohesive arguments using appropriate supporting evidence and effective prose.
  3. Interpret events using more than one perspective, with an understanding of the significance of integrating knowledge and skills in the workplace.
  4. Identify, critically evaluate, and propose solutions for management problems.
  5. Apply knowledge of mathematics and natural sciences to problem solving in management contexts.
  6. Demonstrate an awareness of the ethical implications of actions.
  7. Demonstrate information literacy.
  8. Participate effectively in groups.
  9. Apply project management techniques where appropriate.
  10. Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge of the natural sciences, particularly as applied to the technical specialty.
  11. Demonstrate a working knowledge of computer usage applicable to problem solving in technology areas.
  12. Demonstrate competency in the analysis, interpretation, and application of data in the chosen technical area.
  13. Apply the fundamentals of mathematics to problem solving.

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