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Accreditation

Accreditation means quality assurance and continuous improvement. The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) is the primary accrediting body for undergraduate technology management programs in the U.S. completing an accredited undergraduate program ensures that your education meets the quality standards set by professional and technical societies in the profession.

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology and Management

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology and Management degree program at the Russ College has been accredited by The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering since 1979.

Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management

As one of the Russ College’s newest programs, the online Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management degree program began admitting students in fall 2014. Program outcomes have been reviewed and approved by an industrial advisory board comprising industrial experts and prospective employers of BSTOM graduates. Designed to support the stated program outcomes, BSTOM courses contain measurable competencies. Assessment of these competencies and outcomes will align with current assessment practices for the Engineering Technology and Management program.

The program will be eligible for accreditation once students have graduated from the program.

Visit the Russ College accreditation page to see enrollment and graduation data.