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Launch your technology management career with our flexible, accredited program.  

Move Your Career Forward

Do you have a technical associate's degree or technical work experience? Put those credit hours or experience toward a B.S. in technology management. Up to 34 hours can be applied to this 100% online program.

Tailor Your Degree

You will develop specialized skills in areas of your choosing. Courses available in industrial management and supervision, facilities management, manufacturing, and networking. Other courses in these areas and construction, electrical and mechanical systems, and technical graphics are available face-to-face.

Faster Path to Graduate Degree

We offer an accelerated master's degree. A program advisor can help you use this option to complete your degree, so you save time and money.

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  • ATMAE Accreditation
  • Work experience counts toward credit
  • Accelerated master's program option
  • Award-winning advising and coaching team
  • Year-round classes to reduce time to degree
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We let our graduates do the talking...

"I wanted to earn my degree from an institution that was fully accredited and had a physical presence, as opposed to a school that is strictly online. When I evaluated cost with flexibility, Southeast came out on top, and I made my decision without hesitation."Jeffrey Fleming '16

Our Alumni Go Places.

Production Supervisors. Technical Managers. Project Management. These are just a few of the ways you'll be able to make an impact on your chosen industry with a technology management degree.

Below are just a few examples of the companies who hire graduates from the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at Southeast Missouri State.

  • AgDynamic, LLC
  • AgXplore
  • Ameren
  • Arkansas State Crime Lab
  • Bayer
  • Bilfinger Industrial Services
  • BioKyowa
  • Bohn and Dawson
  • CGB Enterprises
  • EMSL Analytical, Inc.
  • Enterprise Holdings
  • ExxonMobil
  • Fastenal Company
  • Fisher Delta Research
  • Helena Chemical Company
  • MFA Oil Company
  • Missouri Department of Natural Resources
  • Pipestone Systems
  • Red Bud Industries
  • Saudi Ministry of Agriculture
  • Shawnee National Forest

The technology management degree is designed for those who have an AAS degree or two years of work experience and national certifications. This program will prepare you for a career where you'll use technology to give your industry a competitive advantage. As business relies more on technology to secure the bottom line, tech management leaders will be highly sought-after employees. Southeast's flexible, accredited program ensures you'll be ready.

    An Associate of Applied Science degree from an accredited school
    Submit a portfolio demonstrating previous technical knowledge.

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  • IM 301 Industrial Safety
    Introduces the development and supervision of a hazard control program. (3)
  • IM 311 Statistical Process Control
    Data acquisition and analysis using quantitative techniques related to the management of quality assurance systems and/or quality improvement programs. (3)
  • IM 419 Industrial Supervision
    Fundamental processes and techniques needed by front-line supervisors to provide leadership in the modern industrial enterprise. (3)

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  • "Think about the future. Think about the goals you have for yourself in 5 years, in 10 years. Then, think about what careers and/or skills could help you reach those goals. Then, as you go through college make sure the program you're in is giving you the skills you need."
    —Brad Deken, chair
    Department of Engineering and Technology

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