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Bachelor of Science in Management of Technology

  • Professor Sueyoshi
  • Associate Professors Anselmo (Chair of the Department), Stuteville, Ostergren
  • Assistant Professor Ulibarri
  • Adjunct Faculty: Foster, Mazumdar, Peterson, Sung

The Department of Management provides undergraduate degree programs that draw heavily on Tech’s strengths in science, engineering, and technology. The aim of the department is to develop in students substantive decision-making skills and tools, as well as the functional knowledge required to effectively manage complex technology-based organizations in today’s competitive global economy. Management students take the same basic science and math courses required of every Tech student—two semesters each of chemistry, physics, calculus, and another lab science such as biology, engineering, or geology. Added to this foundation are courses in accounting, business computer systems, economics, finance, management, marketing, operations research, and statistics.

The B.S. in Management of Technology integrates management course work with study in an engineering field of the student’s choice. This degree focuses on the application of quantitative methods to problem solving in management. In accordance with the overall mission of New Mexico Tech, it is expected that problems addressed will be primarily within engineering and applied science disciplines, including natural resource and environmental management problems. Each management student is assigned a faculty advisor who will help him or her select a degree option and recommend courses to be taken.

Core Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Management

In addition to the General Degree Requirements (page 54), the following core of business and economics courses is required of all Management students:

  • ACCT 201 (3), 202 (3); ACCT 350 is recommended
  • BA 315 (3), 490 (3)
  • BCS 283 (3)
  • CS 111 (4) or ES 111 (3)
  • FIN 302 (3)
  • MGT 101 (1), 330 (3), 462 (3), 472 (3), 481 (3)
  • MKT 335 (3)
  • ECON 251 (3), 252 (3). These courses may be used to fulfill the Social Science portion of the General Degree Requirements.
  • At least two semesters of a single approved foreign language are strongly suggested but not required.
  • Electives to complete 130 credit hours. To be selected in consultation with a faculty advisor.

Any required class or technical elective used toward a B.S. in Management or a B.S. in Management of Technology may not be taken on an S/U basis. Management majors must achieve a minimum GPA of 2.0 in required courses in order to graduate.

Bachelor of Science in Management of Technology

In addition to the General Degree Requirements and the core business requirements (above), the following courses are required:

  • ES 201 (3), 216 (3), and nine (9) approved credit hours of engineering courses numbered 300 or above
  • ES 316 does not count toward the Management of Technology degree
  • MATH 231 (4)
  • At least two semesters of a single approved foreign language are strongly suggested but not required.
  • Electives to complete 130 hours
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