Associate in Science in
The practical, hands-on approach used in this program is ideal preparation for those with technical responsibilities who want to progress to the next level of management.
Embry-Riddle’s Associate in Science in Technical Management focuses on helping current or future managers learn how to analyze problems, perform research, and implement solutions. The program appeals to people from multiple backgrounds, interests, and talents while providing a competitive edge in a person’s career.
The Technical Management program offers a degree delivered from the perspective of people already working in a specific career field or the military, provides real-world content, is not textbook reliant like
other school degree programs, and enables students to apply what they are learning in the classroom immediately to any organization regardless of their position, rank, or job. It also allows students with little or no work experience to grasp the content as it delivered in a way students from any background can comprehend it.
The A.S. in Technical Management program is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
About Technical Management at the Worldwide & Online Campus
The practical, hands-on approach of the Associate in Science in Technical Management makes it the ideal preparation for those with technical responsibilities who want to progress to the next level of management. The ASTM program provides students with educational opportunities in selected management areas to gain the knowledge and tools to enhance their careers and managerial abilities. Within the ASTM degree program, there are multiple specializations to choose from in areas relevant to managers in technical and non-technical career fields.
For students who wish to continue their academic pursuits, the ASTM is an excellent foundation for our Bachelor of Science in Technical Management program.
The ASTM degree program consists of a total of 60 credit hours to complete which include 36 credit hours of general education, 12 credit hours of business core classes, and a combined 12 credit hours of electives, College of Business minors, and or transfer credits.
Student Achievement Data
|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
|Any Communication Theory & Skills above ENGL 106
|Humanities elective (lower or upper level)
|Any Upper Level Humanities
|Physical and Life Science
|Statistics with Aviation Applications
|or STAT 222
|Any College Algebra or Higher Math or any Statistics Credit cannot be awarded for STAT 211 or STAT 222
|Any Computer Science
|Principles of Management
|Management for Aeronautical Science
|Introduction to Management Information Systems
|Technical Transfer Credit or COB Minor or MGMT Electives
|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)
|May be used for Minors in other Departments
|May be used for College of Business or non College of Business Minors.
Electives/AIT* Technical Specializations
*Note: AIT Certificates and ISTA courses are only available for enrollment in select locations at select times.
|Solutions Architect Certificate
|Computer Science Fundamentals
|Introduction to Programming (Python)
|Introduction to Linux System Administration
|Relational Databases and SQL
|Software Development (Python)
|Total Degree Requirements
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