With qualifying prior college you can add an important credential - a bachelor's degree - to your resume. Plus, by applying previously earned credits to this degree program, you can earn your technical management degree in less time and at a lower cost than you would in a traditional bachelor's degree program.
For example, if you're currently employed in the criminal justice field and looking to advance your career or if you have an associate degree in HIM or a related health care technology field and want to take advantage of greater opportunities in America's fastest growing industry, a technical management degree can help you take your next career step.
The curriculum helps students with qualifying prior college experience add an important credential - a bachelor's degree - to their resume. The program also facilitates students' advancement to supervisory or management positions in their chosen field, enabling them to reap greater career and financial rewards.
In DeVry's bachelor's degree completion program, four areas of specialization are offered: Criminal justice, health information management, business administration and general technical management, allowing you to move toward a leadership role in a wide variety of industries.
Prepare for a Career in Almost Any Field or a Leadership Role in Your Technical Specialty
Technical management careers can be found in every business and industry, including:
- Business information systems
- Human resource management
- Operations management
- Sales and marketing
- Security management
- Criminal justice and law enforcement
- Health information management
The Technical Management program is designed to produce graduates who are able to:
Use applied research and problem-solving skills, including presenting recommendations through comprehensive reports, communicating effectively both orally and in writing, and working effectively in leadership and support roles within a team environment.
Demonstrate supervisory and management skills needed to effectively lead and support others within a specialty and across business functions.
Apply critical thinking skills to identify and evaluate existing processes, identify needs and structure business approaches by using established methodologies and standards.
Courses are available online, in-class and a combination of both.