The management technology degree curriculum helps individuals work within a number of different business areas and specialize in specific concentration areas. The curriculum prepares students to meet the increasing complexities of the business environment by teaching a vast diversity of skills including interpersonal, communication, analytical, decision-making, customer service, and computer skills. The Management Technology program provides these skills and more by preparing students for entry-level positions in organizations with career paths that eventually lead to supervisory and management positions.
- The accounting concentration prepares the student for a nonsupervisory position. This person performs a variety of complex clerical and entry level accounting activities applying accepted procedures to the preparation and maintenance of accounting and other records, and preparing financial, statistical, and/or technical reports to ensure accurate accounting records.
- The business administration concentration is designed to train students who seek supervisory positions in a retail environment, small business setting, outside sales or other positions.
- The call center supervisor concentration provides students with a deeper knowledge of current contact center management topics, operations and practices. Courses focus on the analytical skills to determine the needs of the call center industry and problem-solving skills to apply management to meet those requirements. Emphasis is placed on communication, teamwork, ethics, and the skills for managing diversity within the contact center industry.
- The industrial management technology concentration teaches students the skills necessary to be successful in a position of supervisory leadership in industrial settings.