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Technology Management (Nuclear Technology)
Online Bachelor’s Degree from an Accredited Leader in Distance Learning
Excelsior College recognizes the value of nuclear technology expertise that’s gained in the military, the workplace, and other real-world settings.
We designed the online Bachelor of Professional Studies in Technology Management (Nuclear Technology) for nontraditional students who have a solid hands-on background in nuclear technology—and who are ready to move up into management positions.
Excelsior will grant academic credit for your practical education and experience in nuclear technology. You may be able to satisfy many requirements of the technology management degree through:
You’ll only take the nuclear technology courses you really need. And you’ll take them online, at the time and place that’s most convenient for you, so they won’t interfere with your work and family commitments.
Qualify for a Management Position in Nuclear Technology
A national leader in adult education and distance learning since 1971, Excelsior offers high-quality nuclear technology classes that reflect state-of-the-art trends and industry practices.
In addition to sharpening your nuclear technology skills, the technology management program cultivates the knowledge you’ll need to excel as a manager. You’ll study subjects such as:
You’ll complete the degree with an in-depth capstone project that’s tailored to your own interests and abilities.
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: