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Online Programs

The College of Technology offers accredited degree and certificate programs with the flexibility to help students complete an undergraduate degree, seek a master's degree, or earn a certification for career development. The students, classes, and faculty in our online program are the same exceptional quality as our traditional on-campus degree program.

Undergraduate Programs

Retailing and Consumer Science (B.S.)
The Bachelor of Science in Retailing and Consumer Science is designed to help professionals integrate knowledge of consumers and merchandising processes and apply that knowledge to technology-based consumer practices in the fields of merchandising, technology entrepreneurship, retailing/e-tailing, sales/consumer service, and training and development.

Graduate Programs

Foresight (M.S.)
The Master of Science in Foresight prepares students to enter an emerging professional field helping clients and employers anticipate significant changes that lie ahead and to influence those changes to achieve their long-term goals.

Professional/Certification Programs

Construction Management
The Construction Management post-baccalaureate/graduate certificate provides fundamental skills to manage construction costs, schedules, and contracts.

Foresight
The Foresight graduate certificate is an abbreviated version of the graduate degree, in which students take four of the core courses from the graduate program. This program prepares students to enter an emerging professional field helping clients and employers anticipate significant changes that lie ahead and to influence those changes to achieve long-term goals.

Lean Six Sigma
The Lean Six Sigma program is designed to assist organizations with implementing a quality improvement initiative. Our course offerings provide valuable knowledge to support organizations in learning to identify and eliminate problems that prevent the achievement of their strategic goals and objectives using the Lean Six Sigma methodology, which follows a structured problem solving approach with five phases - Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control (DMAIC).

Retailing and Consumer Science
The Retailing and Consumer Science undergraduate certificate is an alternative version of the undergraduate degree, and is designed to help students integrate knowledge of consumers and merchandising processes and apply that knowledge to technology-based consumer practices in the fields of merchandising, technology entrepreneurship, retailing/e-tailing, sales/consumer service, and training and development.