Do you see yourself working in exciting hands-on engineering or management positions in industries such as sustainable power, medical technology, machine learning or nanotechnology? Consider getting your bachelor’s in Engineering Technology with the University of Central Missouri’s Management option. Our ABET-accredited program ensures you have the latest skills and technological know-how to land an in-demand, lucrative career.
Our Engineering Technology Management degree program helps you build a solid foundation of technical and leadership abilities, so you’re prepared for management roles in your chosen industry. Learn applicable business practices such as how to optimize company productivity and develop creative problem-solving skills for today’s competitive marketplace.
Customizable undergraduate program
Many transfer credits accepted
Alternative electronic engineer degree
What is engineering technology at the University of Central Missouri? Our undergraduate Technology Management degree program provides you with a well-rounded education to develop both the hard and soft skills you’ll need for success.
You’ll learn how to master current engineering technology practices and explore the ethical and social responsibilities of professionals in the field today. Our renowned faculty will also help you understand contemporary societal and global issues while building a foundation of mathematical, technical and scientific knowledge for lifelong learning.
Engineering technology classes in the Management option include:
Through real-world learning experiences and networking options, undergraduate students in the University of Central Missouri’s Engineering Technology degree gain the skills to level up in their careers to become project management engineers or take on other leadership roles:
Graduates from the University of Central Missouri’s Engineering Technology Management degree program experience a job placement rate of over 95%. Your undergraduate UCM education will help you compete for management jobs in areas such as mechanical, facilities, civil and industrial engineering.
Graduates from the University of Central Missouri with an Engineering Technology degree have secured jobs at companies such as:
Your Engineering Technology Management degree from UCM opens doors
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The University of Central Missouri strives to make your Engineering Technology degree financially attainable. We offer affordable tuition rates and substantial student scholarships to offset the cost of your education. In fact, UCM is recognized by LendEDU as a top-ranked institution that produces graduates with low student debt.
To help you finance your education, scholarships are available specifically for undergraduates in UCM’s Engineering Technology Management degree program, including:
You can learn more about program-specific scholarships with the UCM Scholarship Finder.
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The Engineering Technology curriculum is, by its nature, based in theory and experiential learning. In order to apply theories learned in the classroom, students experience a wide variety of state-of-the-art laboratories. The Engineering Technology program houses over 15 student laboratories, including:
An internship is required for the Engineering Technology degree. While it is the student’s responsibility to secure the internship before graduation, UCM Career Services, Engineering Technology faculty, and industrial alliances offer students valuable assistance in obtaining the internship. Many students work their internship(s) during the summer; however, more and more companies want students to work an extended internship, sometimes called a co-op. This requires the student to either withdraw from UCM classes for one semester or work the internship while taking classes during the spring or fall. Typically, students are paid a competitive wage during the internship, and many times it will directly lead to a job upon graduation.
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The Engineering Technology Program at Central Missouri University is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org.