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Technology Management: Curriculum

The prerequisite to the technology management program is an Associate of Science degree in an technology management-related area (60 credits minimum).

Of the 60 credits, 30 will be applied to Cal U requirements in general education,  27 credits will be applied to the major requirements and 3 credits will be applied as electives. Students who have an Associate of Applied Science degree qualify for admission to this program-provided they've completed college algebra, college trigonometry and an algebra- or calculus-based college physics course. If you have not taken a statistical quality control class, you should do so as a technical elective.

Get a description of each of Cal U's technology management courses from our Course Catalog.

Below is a recommended framework of courses for completing the degree in four years:

Bachelor of Science in Technology Management: 120 Credits 

Prerequisite – Associate of Science degree in an industrial technology-related area (60 credits minimum). Of the 60 credits, 30 will be applied to the California University requirements in General Education, and 30 credits will be applied to the major requirements. Associate of Applied Science degree programs qualify for admission to this program, provided students have completed algebra, trigonometry and physics. Students who have not taken Statistical Quality Control should do so as a technical elective. ITE 366 and ITE 475 are offered only in the classroom; ITE 342 and ITE 462 are offered only via Web.

Semester 1 – 15 credits
CourseCredits

**ITE 305 OSHA General Industrial Safety

3 crs.

*ITE 366 (CAM) Computer-Aided Manufacturing – Mastercam OR *ITE 342 Quality Planning and Analysis

3 crs.

*ITE 375 Principles of Production

3 crs.

Elective Course

3 crs.

General Education Course

3 crs.

Semester 2 – 15 credits
CourseCredits

*ITE 325 Statics and Strength of Materials

3 crs.
*ITE 376 Technical Supervision3 crs.

*ITE 385 Industrial Cost Estimating

3 crs.

300- or 400-level General Education Courses

6 crs.

Semester 3 – 15 credits
CourseCredits

*ITE 420 Production Analysis

3 crs.

*ITE 460 Principles of Manufacturing

3 crs.

*ITE 461 Supply Chain Fundamentals

3 crs.

**ITE 471 Project Management

3 crs.

Elective Course

3 crs.

Semester 4 – 15 credits
Course

Credits

*ITE 475 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing OR *ITE 462 Inventory Scheduling and Planning



3 crs.

*ITE 476 Lean Enterprise



3 crs.
*ITE 481 Concepts and Issues in Industrial Technology

3 crs.

 General Education Course



3 crs.

 Elective Course



3 crs.