About the courseIf a business degree would make a difference in your career or you want to step into a management role, consider becoming a technical management major at Southern New Hampshire University. The Bachelor of Science in Technical Management is designed specifically for those whove earned an associate degree in technical fields like automotive technology, electronics technology, construction engineering, manufacturing or wind power technology. Youll build on your education to develop the management skills and knowledge sought by employers large and small.
Intake MonthsJANUARY, SEPTEMBER
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AboutSouthern New Hampshire University was founded in 1932. It is a private, non-profit, accredited institution with more than 3,000 on campus students, over 90,000 online students and an alumni network of over 100,000, making it one of the fastest growing universities in the nation. The University was formed as a school of accounting and secretarial science.
Southern New Hampshire University offers over 200 programs, from certificates to doctoral level degrees including business, education, liberal arts, social sciences and STEM. By reinventing higher education to fit the needs of todays students and workforce, it ensures that students are keeping pace with new technologies and professional requirements. The University provides unparalleled support and service to help students achieve their dreams and transform their lives and the lives of those around them. It is proud to offer the students an exceptional student experience with nationally recognized academic programs.
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Main Campus - Southern New Hampshire University
2500 N River Rd, Hooksett, New Hampshire, 03106Open in maps See all courses at this campus
SNHU’s 300-acre campus is located just minutes from downtown Manchester, NH. It’s also situated in a region that meets a variety of interests of its students, with the mountains to the north, the ocean to the east and Boston to the south.