Technology Management (reference number 575) at Western Kentucky University is a 2+2 program designed specifically
for students who currently hold a certificate or associates degree from a technical
school, two year college or 4 year institution. This program leads to a bachelor of
The technology management program is a capstone program that provides a two year management
emphasis for those working toward a supervisory position in industry. Graduates are
empowered to obtain a position of leadership in business, industry or workforce development
in support of innovation and global competitiveness.
Technology is defined as any tool or operating system designed to improve the efficiency,
quality and competitiveness of an organization.
Starting your bachelor's degree program can be completed by following the steps below:
- Apply for admission
- Submit Required Materials:
- Beginning Freshmen: An official high school transcript (no faxed transcripts accepted) and ACT or SAT scores. Students over the age of 21 may substitute the ACCUPLACER for ACT/SAT.
- Transfer Students: Send your official transcripts from each college attended to Undergraduate Admissions. You may request electronic transcripts through the National Student Clearinghouse. This speeds up the admissions process considerably. If your school is not listed
with the Clearinghouse, please contact them directly to see if they have another process
in place for electronic submissions or request that an official copy be sent by mail.
Transfer students with fewer than 24 semester hours of college credit earned, must
also submit high school transcript and ACT or SAT scores.
To Apply to WKU:
Complete the WKU Domestic and International Undergraduate Application
Under Planned Course of Study Section, Choose:
- Category of Study >>> Bachelor's Degree
- Planned Course of Study >>> Technology Management
- Primary Location >>> Web (online) Please note: online completion of this program requires block transfer of credits.
Admission Application Deadlines
Kentucky and Out-of-State Residents
- Fall Semester: August 1
- Spring Semester: January 1
- Summer Term: May 1
- Fall Semester: April 1
- Spring Semester: September 1
- Summer Term: March 1
Course requirements for the major are shown in the PDF developed by the department. Students should consult with an advisor in planning their course schedules and career
goals. The program is accredited by ATMAE (Association of Technology, Management,
and Applied Engineering). You can see detailed course descriptions by clicking here, then, from the drop-down box, choose the appropriate subject area and click "Go."