Embry-Riddle’s Associate of Science in Technical Management is specifically suited for working professionals. Graduates emerge from the program with improved critical thinking, research, and problem-solving skills to prepare them for leadership positions in both the aviation and non-aviation sectors. If a degree in Technical Management seems like a good fit, take the first step toward earning a degree by seeking an associate degree at the Worldwide Campus.
With a system that leverages online and face-to-face instruction and a network of education facilities designed to support student advancement both in the U.S. and abroad, ERAU’s Worldwide Campus is accessible to anyone.
Students benefit from being part of the ERAU network. They can stay connected with fellow students and experienced faculty members who do much more than teach — they inspire and guide students throughout their education journey.
Professors in the Department of Management & Technology are internationally recognized practitioners in their field and bring both hands-on experience and academic expertise.
In today’s workplace, a college degree is more important than ever. Employers see it as a demonstration of knowledge, motivation, and persistence — qualities that will set you above and apart from the pack. The Associate of Science in Technical Management curriculum was developed to give students the skills to marshal the resources of any organization toward its goals. Over the course of this program, students learn to organize, plan, staff, and coordinate physical assets as well as personnel.
Students in the Technical Management degree program learn to apply management skills to their technical specialty and have the opportunity to focus in one of the three areas of specialization:
Through the Technical Management courses, students receive plenty of opportunities to participate in research and development projects and group activities. Students also enjoy sharing personal experiences related to their Technical Management coursework.
Whether working full time or balancing a work and home life, Worldwide Campus students can study and take courses when it’s most convenient for them.
You’re a skilled professional in a technical field, but you’re ready to advance. You’re looking for a move into the management ranks, seeking the personal satisfaction and financial rewards that go along with it. The Associate in Science in Technical Management program from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University — Worldwide can take you there.
In today’s workplace, a college degree has never been more important. Employers see it as a demonstration of knowledge, motivation, and persistence — qualities that will set you above and apart from the pack. The Associate in Science in Technical Management program will appeal to your background, interests, and talents and give you a competitive edge in your career, too.
The Associate in Science in Technical Management curriculum was developed to give students the skills to marshal the resources of any organization toward its goals. Over the course of this program, students learn to organize, plan, staff, and coordinate physical assets as well as personnel.
|Embry-Riddle courses in the general education categories of Communication Theory and Skills, and Humanities and Social Sciences may be chosen from those listed, assuming prerequisite requirements are met. Courses from other institutions are acceptable if they fall into these broad categories and are at the level specified.|
|Communication Theory and Skills|
|ENGL 123||English Composition||3|
|HUMN 330||Values and Ethics||3|
|Humanities elective (lower or upper level)||3|
|Physical and Life Science lower-level elective|
|MATH 111||College Mathematics for Aviation I||3|
|MATH 112||College Mathematics for Aviation II||3|
|or MATH 320||Decision Mathematics|
|CSCI 109||Introduction to Computers and Applications||3|
|MGMT 201||Principles of Management||3|
|MGMT 203||Management for Aeronautical Science||3|
|MGMT 210||Financial Accounting||3|
|MGMT 221||Introduction to Management Information Systems||3|
|Technical Transfer Credit or COB Minor or MGMT Electives||9|
|If technical transfer credit is not applicable, the 9 hours can ONLY be used toward College of Business (COB) minors. If no minor is chosen, then MGMT electives have to be courses at the 200-300-400 level.|
|Open Electives (Lower or Upper Level)||3|
|May be used for Minors in other Departments|
|May be used for College of Business or non College of Business Minors.|
|Total Degree Requirements||60|
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