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Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Degree with a Specialization in Technology Management

Online Technology Management Degree

If you have an interest in analytics and problem-solving, our online technology management degree program is designed to help you build a solid foundation in project management, information technology security, and information systems. Our bachelor of business in technology management online program utilizes AIU’s intellipath® adaptive learning technology, so you can skip what you already know and focus on what you need to learn.

Next Start Date:
July 20, 2022
Total Credits:
Online, Atlanta, Houston
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Online Technology Management Degree Program Details

Online Technology Management Degree Program Outline

Our online bachelor's degree in business with a specialization in technology management is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of hardware/software, networking, databases, and security. You can explore how to implement teambuilding and leadership methods, manage projects, as well as analyze budgets and understand business functions. You will also examine how technology may affect a company’s future. With new technologies developing at an accelerating rate, an online information technology management degree can help you prepare to meet your academic goals in this field.

  • Get credit for eligible work and life experience—including military service1
  • Save time and money by transferring in up to 75% of eligible credit toward your program1

Requirements to complete a technology management degree online include general education courses, general electives, and core courses.

AIU provides students with convenience, flexibility, and support to accommodate busy lives. We offer full and part-time program options.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of computer and information technology occupations is projected to grow 13 percent from 2016 to 2026.2

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1. Transfer credit is evaluated on an individual basis. Not all credits are eligible to transfer. See the University Catalog for transfer credit policies.
2. Bureau of Labor Statistics: U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Computer and Information Technology Occupations. (Visited July 24, 2019)

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Technology Management Courses

Degree Requirements


General Education
ECON220 Microeconomics 4.5
ECON224 Macroeconomics 4.5
ENGL106 English Composition I 4.5
ENGL107 English Composition II 4.5
MATH125 General College Mathematics 4.5
UNIV103 Academic and Professional Success 4.5
UNIV106 Technology and Information Literacy 4.5
UNIV109 Interpersonal Communication 4.5
General Education Elective (1 Course) 4.5
Humanities (2 Courses) 9
Natural Sciences (2 Courses) 9
Total Credit Hours: 58.5

ACCT205 Principles of Accounting I 4.5
ACCT310 Managerial Accounting 4.5
BUSN105 Introduction to Business 4.5
BUSN150 Legal and Ethical Environment of Business 4.5
BUSN311 Quantitative Methods and Analysis 4.5
FINA310 Financial Management 4.5
MGMT305 Management Information Systems 4.5
MGMT310 Management and Leadership of Organizations 4.5
MGMT315 Survey of Human Resource Management 4.5
MGMT415 Global Operations Management 4.5
MGMT499 Program Capstone 4.5
MKTG205 Principles of Marketing 4.5
Total Credit Hours: 54
General Electives

A combination of any 10 undergraduate courses

Total Credit Hours: 45


Prerequisites must be met for selected electives.

Students enrolled in the Fashion Marketing Specialization Option are required to take: FASH 212, Historical and Contextual Studies, as one of the Humanities requirements; and FASH 209, Fashion Cycle, in place of one General Elective.

General Business Administration Track
Instead of a Specialization, select 5 Business Electives from any of the Specializations below
Total Credit Hours: 22.5
Technology Management
ITCO101 Discovering Information Technology 4.5
ITCO103 Introduction to Computer and Network Hardware 4.5
ITCO211 Introduction to Operating Systems 4.5
ITCO231 Introduction to Databases 4.5
ITCO251 Network Infrastructure Basics 4.5
Total Credit Hours: 22.5

Total Credit Hours : 180


Technology Management Classes Overview

For an Online Technology Management Degree, your classes may include:

Discovering Information Technology

This course introduces the student to the basics of computers. It addresses categories of computer knowledge, such as the Internet, hardware, software, applications, careers, and the future of computing.

Introduction to Computer and Network Hardware

This course is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to develop knowledge about microcomputers and basic network hardware. Topics may include desktop and portable systems, printers, input devices, and fundamental networking components and concepts.

Information Technology Security

This survey course covers information security concepts and mechanisms. Information security concepts reviewed may include data protection techniques, software security, information assurance process, enterprise network security, and attack types/countermeasures.

Network Infrastructure Basics

This course is designed to provide students with a conceptual overview of network infrastructure. Topics may include network configurations, network operations, segmentation through subnetting and wireless developments.

Project Management

This course explores principles of project management to gain fundamental knowledge to enhance management outcomes including human resources management, communications management, scope management, quality management, scheduling/time management, cost and resource management, risk management, contract/procurement management, and project integration.

Technology Management

This course focuses on management of information systems. Topics include resources, information systems in an organization, social implications, and use and evaluation of common microcomputer software packages.

Introduction to Operating Systems

In this introduction to operating systems, students are exposed to contemporary desktop and mobile operating systems. Topics may include operating system support, functions, network requirements, virtualization, and basic maintenance.

Introduction to Databases

In this course, students will explore the fundamental concepts of database systems, leading to the rationale for today's dominance of the relational database model. In addition, the course will focus on designing and implementing a database, entering data, normalizing tables, and performing queries.

Introduction to Cyber Crime and Digital Investigations

This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to the concepts and systems involved in digital investigations and cybercrime. The course discusses recognized incident response policies and procedures for collecting, preserving, analyzing, and reporting digital evidence, cyber crime history, and current and future threats.

Management and Leadership of Organizations

This course examines the elements of management and leadership as they apply to modern organizations. Special emphasis is placed on organizational change, role of managers, and cultural differences found in today's management environment.

Management Information Systems

This course focuses on management of information systems. Topics include resources, information systems in an organization, social implications and use and evaluation of common microcomputer software packages.

Program Capstone

The emphasis in this course is on applying and synthesizing concepts and techniques from all previous business/concentrations courses. The class sessions are designed to familiarize students with the many dimensions of business, with special emphasis on the area of specialization.

University Catalog

Course content subject to change.

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This business program is programmatically accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

ACBSP accredited

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