The Bachelor of Science degree in Technology Management is a capstone program that equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to assume a supervisory position in industry. This competency-based program is offered in an on-demand format compatible with your busy life – managing work, overtime, family, and personal commitments. Relocations, travel, shift changes, etc. won’t impact your progress as you move through the program at your own pace.
The degree is designed for students who have previously earned a technical credential –diploma, certification, certificate, A.A.S., or associate degree with a minimum of 24 hours of technical credit. Military students may use their joint services transcript to document technical credit as evaluated by ACE (the American Council on Education). Additionally, up to 21 additional hours of previously earned credits, as well as earned general education courses, can be applied to the degree program.
Students who have an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree from a regionally-accredited college are considered Gen Ed Certified, which means your gen ed credits are considered complete upon entry at WKU. If not, WKU On Demand offers all the courses you’ll need to complete your bachelor’s degree.
Complete the online application and submit a $45 non-refundable processing fee.
Request and send an official transcript from any other college you have attended. Please have your official transcripts sent electronically or mailed to:
WKU Admissions Office
1906 College Heights Blvd #11020
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1020
You will be asked to create a login account to start the process. Be sure to write down your login and PIN you create so that you may save your work and return to finish your application later.
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The Technology Management On Demand program allows students to enroll and begin their studies any day of the year – all while balancing work and life responsibilities. Tuition payment is required at the time of enrollment and tuition is considered in-state for on demand courses.
The current tuition rates can be found on the Bursar’s website by selecting the current tuition schedule. Additionally, a course fee may be charged for the Module 2 courses in the program.
There are several ways to submit a registration request for WKU On Demand courses. We accept MasterCard, Discover, VISA, check, cash, money orders, and financial aid.
Note: Please contact WKU On Demand if you have a scholarship, tuition waiver, or third-party billing that could possibly cover the cost of tuition and fees.
Please note: Credit Card payment is required to process your online registration request.
To register for On Demand using Financial Aid you will need to complete the steps below. Some restrictions apply when using Financial Aid to cover your On Demand course. Visit our FAQs for more information. For additional information about Financial aid, please visit: wku.edu/financialaid/applying/ondemand.php.
To register for a On Demand course, please print and complete the Registration Form (PDF) and mail, fax, or hand–deliver it to On Demand.
You are welcome to stop by our office and register for courses or look at course materials to decide whether you want to register.
Office hours: 8:00-4:30 pm, Monday-Friday Fax number: (270) 745-3623
Mailing Address: 1906 College Heights Blvd. #21084, Bowling Green, KY 42101-1084
We are located in room 101 of Garrett Conference Center. Check out the campus map. You may want to stop by the Parking and Transportation Department and get a visitor parking permit and information on parking on campus. For a map of Bowling Green, try MapQuest.
You can also contact our office and we will accept your registration over the phone at (270) 745-4158 or toll free at (800) 535-5926. Please have the information on the registration form available before contacting On Demand to speak to a representative.
After your registration request has been processed and you are officially enrolled, you can begin your coursework at a pace that is right for you!
The Technology Management major requires 63 credits.
Coursework is completed online with opportunities to gain essential skills through hands-on lab experiences. The courses are offered in 1 credit hour modules that must be completed in sequence—M1, then M2, and finally M3.
Take advantage of the flexibility of practicing and reviewing course information as much as you like or moving more rapidly through knowledge and skills you are familiar with.
Required Technical course semester credits transferred from a technical college, military, or other regionally-accredited college.
|COURSE #||COURSE TITLE|
|AMS 271-M1, M2, M3||Industrial Statistics|
|AMS 310-M1, M2, M3||Work Design/Ergonomics|
|AMS 356-M1, M2, M3||Systems Design and Operation|
|AMS 371-M1, M2, M3||Quality Assurance|
|AMS 390-M1, M2, M3||Project Management|
|AMS 394-M1, M2, M3||Lean Manufacturing|
|AMS 396-M1, M2, M3||Introduction to Supply Chain Management|
|AMS 430-M1, M2, M3||Technology Management/Supervision/Team Building|
|AMS 490-M1, M2, M3||Senior Research|
Select 4 of the 7 below.
|COURSE #||COURSE TITLE|
|AMS 217-M1, M2, M3||Industrial Materials|
|AMS 227-M1, M2, M3||Introduction to Manufacturing Methods|
|AMS 342-M1, M2, M3||Manufacturing Operations|
|AMS 343-M1, M2, M3||Automated Systems|
|AMS 352-M1, M2, M3||Food Processing: Unit Operations|
|AMS 370-M1, M2, M3||Computer Numerical Control|
|AMS 398||Internship I|
Bachelor degree requires 120 total hours, 42 hours of upper division credits (300 & 400 level courses), and completion of WKU’s General Education program, “Colonnade” or General Education certification transfer.
WKU students who wish to be considered for the Competency Based Education program in Technology Management should complete the departmental application below.