Large business schools release national rankings of bachelor’s programs in technology management

RALEIGH, NC, December 23, 2020 / PRNewswire / – Great Business Schools (, a free online guide that takes students from the decision to go to business school all the way to an application and approval, has released four 2021 rankings of the best Engineering Management undergraduate programs in the United States:

25 best bachelor’s degree in technology management for 2021

The 15 best online bachelor’s degrees in technology management degrees for 2021

10 fastest online technology management bachelor’s degree for 2021

The 10 most affordable bachelor’s degrees in technology management in 2021

The 3 best bachelor programs for engineering management for 2021 are: 1) Stanford University; 2) Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 3) Princeton University. The 3 best bachelor programs for engineering management for 2021 are: 1) Arizona State University; 2) Oregon Institute of Technology; 3) Kansas State University.

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

Engineer is not all research and experimentation – someone has to coordinate major technical projects. That job belongs to the chief engineer. “Engineering management brings together two of the most challenging training programs,” explains the editors of Great Business Schools; “Each one is solid enough on their own to offer you the opportunity to choose from one of the career areas. Bringing the two together gives you the chance to familiarize yourself with the senior management positions from the beginning.” “If you already have management experience or are already employed in engineering capacity, this degree will put you on the fast track to progress,” as the editors put it. The editors point out, “The skills and knowledge you gain from a bachelor’s degree in technology management allow you to manage projects, take more responsibility and become a leader among your peers.”

GBS rankings are designed to provide students with all kinds of practical information, including traditional high schools, working adults and professionals. That’s why Great Business Schools covers online and traditional programs. As the editors explain: “Most people choose an online training program for the convenience it offers. This ‘earn while you learn’ concept allows more and more individuals to develop their careers at their own pace. It’s a win-win. situation for everyone involved. “By presenting accredited, reputable institutions, GBS ensures that potential students can trust their choices.

Going to the right school is important for every student. Large business schools do not end up in which schools are the “best”. They focus on what makes business schools great places for students to learn and grow. Ranking and resources that reflect a wide range of needs and priorities are what set GBS apart.

All departments in Great Business Schools Engineering Management Bachelor’s degree (in alphabetical order):

American Military University
American Public University
Arizona State University
Auburn University
Bowling Green State University
Brigham Young University
California State University, Northridge
California University of Pennsylvania
Carnegie Mellon University
Case Western Reserve University
Clarkson University
Colorado School of Mines
Cornell University
Eastern Michigan University
Eastern New Mexico University
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Excelsior College
Grantham University
Indiana State University
Iowa State University
Johns Hopkins University
Kansas State University
Kennesaw State University
Lamar University
Missouri University for science and technology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Miami University of Ohio
Michigan Technological University
Ohio University
Oregon Institute of Technology
Pennsylvania State University
Princeton University
Purdue University
Regent University
Saint Leo university
Southeast Missouri State University
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Southern Methodist University
Southern New Hampshire University
Stanford University
Stevens Institute of Technology
Tarleton State University
Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University Commerce
University of Arizona
University of California, Davis
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Illinois
University of Illinois at Chicago
University of Maryland
University of Pennsylvania
University of South Carolina Upstate
University of Southern Maine
University of Tennessee and Chattanooga
University of Washington
Utah Valley University
Vanderbilt University
Western Kentucky University
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Marie Benson
Lead Editor, Great Business Schools
[email protected]
(336) 629-7903

SOURCE Great Business Schools

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