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Bachelor of Science in
Technical Management

The Bachelor of Science in Technical Management (BSTM) degree program at ERAU offers eight majors within a curriculum that is strategically focused for industry opportunities across many disciplines. Depending on which major is chosen, students will learn subject matter that’s relevant to their industry. Professors in the Department of Management & Technology are internationally recognized practitioners in their field and bring both hands-on experience and academic expertise.

BSTM courses, faculty, and the program as a whole are vetted by some of the most reputable accrediting agencies around. The BSTM is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), courses within the program are accredited by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®, and security courses are accredited by the National Security Agency (NSA).

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About Technical Management at the Worldwide & Online Campus

ERAU’s Worldwide & Online B.S. in Technical Management program is built for students looking to move into management ranks and seeking the personal satisfaction and financial rewards that go along with it. 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 & Online Campus is accessible to anyone.

Students will specialize in the major of their choice:

  • Aviation Management: Provides students interested in pursuing a management discipline in the aviation, defense, and aerospace fields with a detailed and relevant flow of courses. 
  • Technical Management: Provides students an in-depth knowledge of leading a technical team in analysis, management, and project management within any technical industry.
  • Human Resources Management: Prepares students for a career in such fields as organizational behavior, compensation and benefits, training, human resources management, human resources development, recruitment and retention, and HRIS systems.
  • Project Management: Combines theory and techniques used by professional project management practitioners in a digital global environment to empower students to develop the skills to effectively lead and manage complex projects.
  • Management of Information Systems: Focuses on the business processes of organizations and the information technology utilized in those organizations.
  • Information Security: Focuses on addressing information security needs in the marketplace.
  • Occupational Safety and Health: Studies creating and maintaining a safe work environment and protecting workers from hazards in nearly every industry.
  • Engineering Sciences: Provides a conceptual understanding of engineering, the engineering design process, technology, and technology-related concepts.
  • Facilities and Construction Management: Prepares students with a varied curriculum that addresses all facets of facilities and construction management.
  • New: Applied Information Technology Specializations

Whether working full time or balancing a work and home life, students can study and take courses when it’s convenient for them.

Well-qualified students planning to seek a master's degree can also save time and money by enrolling in a 4+1 Program. Those in the 4+1 program begin work toward a Master of Science in Management, Management Information Systems, or Information Security & Assurance while still working on a bachelor’s, reducing master's requirements by three courses and allowing for both degrees to be earned in just five years.

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120 Credits

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