View all BSc Degrees in Technology Management in Asia 2019
Academic institutions around the world offer a BSc or Bachelor of Science. This popular undergraduate degree is helpful in preparing students for the workplace or for advanced degree programs. The average BSc takes three to five years to complete.
The field of technology management combines the main principles of several professional disciplines, including management, engineering, design and business strategy. This knowledge is then used to find and develop the latest and greatest technological innovations.
Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.
View all Bachelors of Science in Technology Management in Asia 2019
The program comprises an interrelated set of ‘subjects’, each carrying a designated Credit value. The program subjects are arranged in a progressive sequence through four
Bachelor of Science in Technology Management
The main objectives of the program are to provide graduates with:
a thorough understanding of fundamental principles of engineering and technology and of the management of technical enterprises;
knowledge of current technical and managerial practice;
ability to solve problems. The ability to view engineering in a wide context and include an appreciation of the social, environmental, financial and commercial implications, and professional ethics;
the abilities to follow new developments in technology and management (e.g. by consulting journals and learned periodicals) and to independently assimilate and apply these technological developments in the solution of technology problem;
ability to communicate effectively with professionals and non-professionals in both the technology management arenas;
detailed knowledge of the techniques of administration and management;
abilities to make a realistic appraisal of the student’s own potential, and in particular, to think independently, creatively and in an innovative and entrepreneurial manner.