Bachelor’s Degree Center Releases National Rankings of Technology Management Degree Programs

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., March 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Bachelor’s Degree Center (, a free guide to traditional and online bachelor’s degree programs in all disciplines, has released four rankings of the best bachelor’s in Technology Management degree programs in the US:

25 Best Bachelor’s in Technology Management for 2021
15 Best Online Bachelor’s in Technology Management for 2021
10 Fastest Online Bachelor’s in Technology Management for 2021
10 Most Affordable Bachelor’s in Technology Management for 2021

The Top 10 Best Technology Management Bachelor’s Programs for 2021 are:

  1. Georgia Institute of TechnologyAtlanta, GA
  2. University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign, IL
  3. Virginia TechBlacksburg, VA
  4. Texas A&M University – College Station, TX
  5. University of Texas at AustinAustin, TX
  6. University of Wisconsin – Madison, WI
  7. New Mexico TechSocorro, NM
  8. University of RichmondRichmond, VA
  9. University at BuffaloBuffalo, NY
  10. University of HoustonHouston, TX

A complete list of all institutions ranked is included at the end of this release.

“Pursuing a degree in technology management makes perfect sense in modern times as technology runs so much of society and business in both the public and private sectors,” the editors of Bachelor’s Degree Hub write; “The need for people to fill positions in this field will only continue to grow.” Every industry in the 21st century depends on computer and digital technology: “Technology can easily overwhelm a business due to its complexities. People who understand how things work and how to manage others to make sure things keep working and benefiting an organization are an essential part of business.” “Technology management often involves a mixture of management, information technology and business tasks,” the editors explain, including maintaining technology, curating new technology, and budget and planning; “Creating plans and efficiency saves everyone time, money, and effort.”

Bachelor’s Degree Center ranks both online and on-campus programs, because the prospective student body for technology management is diverse. With a traditional, on-campus program, students have access to technology and guidance that they may not have on their own. On the other hand, BDC editors suggest, “Online degree programs are designed to offer students a chance to earn their degree while still maintaining certain freedoms. A student is able to continue working and earning a living in their chosen career field.” For working adults, “Earning your Technology Management degree online also allows you to put much of what you learn into practice almost immediately.” In either case, Bachelor’s Degree Center wants students to find the program that is best for their career goals.

Bachelor’s Degree Center has been providing advice, resources, and rankings on the best traditional and online bachelor’s degree programs since 2014. Completely independent and unbiased, BDC is working to be the ultimate resource for new high school graduates, working adults returning to school, and nontraditional students.

All Institutions in the Bachelor’s Degree Center Technology Management Degree Rankings (in alphabetical order)

Alfred State College (SUNY)

American Military University

Arizona State University

Bowling Green State University

Central Washington University

Colorado Tech

East Carolina University

Eastern Michigan University

Eastern Oregon University

Embry-Riddle Worldwide

Excelsior College

Florida Atlantic University

Florida State College at Jacksonville

Georgia Institute of Technology

Granite State College

Gulf Coast State College

Illinois Institute of Technology

Indiana State University

Kansas State University

Lamar University

Lipscomb University

Montana Tech

National University

New Mexico Tech

New York University

Northern Arizona University

Old Dominion University

Oregon Institute of Technology

SUNY Delhi

Saint Leo University

Salem University

South Texas College

Southeast Missouri State University

Southern Illinois University

Southern New Hampshire University

St Petersburg College

State College of FloridaManateeSarasota

Syracuse University

Texas A&M University

Texas A&M University – Commerce

Texas State University

Towson University

University at Buffalo

University of Alabama at Birmingham

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

University of Houston

University of Illinois

University of Mary

University of Maryland Global Campus

University of Minnesota

University of Richmond

University of Southern Maine

University of Texas at Austin

University of Texas at Tyler

University of Wisconsin

Utah Valley University

Virginia Tech

Western Governors University

Western Kentucky University

Wilmington University

Ava Ellis
Media Manager, Bachelor’s Degree Center

SOURCE Bachelor’s Degree Center