Online Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management
Build Your Skills In Project Management
Ohio University’s online Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management (BSTOM) gives students with an associate degree the opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree while continuing to work or care for family. The first such program in the state of Ohio, this two-year degree program is focused on designing, controlling, and managing the technical processes and transformation methods of an organization. Learn to lead teams and systems using lean methodologies and project management principles. In addition to the bachelor's degree in Technical Operations Managements, graduates of this program also earn a Certificate in Lean Six Sigma, a Certificate in Project Management, and a minor in business.
This flexible online format allows you to pace your classes to fit your life and career. Prior college credits often transfer, allowing you to finish your degree more quickly.
Ohio University is ranked the top college in Ohio for online education by Newsweek.
What courses will you take?
Classes will explore project management, leadership, quality assurance, business information systems, and more.
The Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management degree is designed for students who have completed an associate degree. Find information on transferring your credits.
Earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Technical Operations Management, you will excel in assessing problems, developing solutions, and taking corrective actions. This program earns you a certificate in technical project management, a certificate in Lean Six Sigma, and a minor in business. Careers with this degree include project management, quality control, business operations, logistics, production planning, manufacturing, and more.
Flexible Online Format
With asynchronous coursework and flexible advising, students can complete their degree on their own schedule. Take a full load and finish the degree in four semesters, or pace your courses to fit your life and career.
- A conferred associate degree from a select technical degree program (90 or more quarter hours or 60 or more semester hours including 23 lab-based technical semester credit hours) from a regionally accredited community college, regional campus, technical college, or university
- Cumulative grade-point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher