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Technical Management
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
Technical Management

Aim higher! Reach further!

You’re a skilled professional in a technical field, but you’re ready to advance. You’re looking for a move into the management ranks, seeking the personal satisfaction and financial rewards that go along with it. The Bachelor of Science in Technical Management program from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University — Worldwide can take you there.

ACBSP-logoIn today’s workplace, a college degree has never been more important. Employers see it as a demonstration of knowledge, motivation, and persistence — qualities that will set you above and apart from the pack. The Bachelor of Science in Technical Management program will appeal to your background, interests, and talents and give you a competitive edge in your career, too.

PMI LogoThe Bachelor of Science in Technical Management curriculum was developed to give students the skills to marshal the resources of any organization toward its goals. Over the course of this program, students learn to organize, plan, staff, and coordinate physical assets as well as personnel.

Josh Griffeth
Bachelor of Science in Technical Management
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Production Manager
in Machesney Park, IL.
Husband, father of two

Industry Stats


$84,000
is the median salary of a Technical Project Manager.
$7,500
average in bonuses.
Information provided by payscale.com
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