Technology, Leadership and Management

This modern program examines how people and technology collide – whether in education, industrial settings, or start-up technologies and businesses – and provides the tools for understanding technology and process design. You'll be prepared for managing and leading efficient 21st century organizations.



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Classes start: January 24
and March 22

Credits Required

120 Credits


Tuition and Textbooks, No Additional Fees

Ways to Save

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At UC, You Can

UC is here to help you take the next step on your career path, whether you are employed in business, manufacturing, service, retail, engineering or technology-related industries, or if you would like to be. Taught by experienced professionals, classes in Technology, Leadership, and Management will help you develop the skills you need to succeed in management positions. This degree teaches you not just how to do business, but how you do business better. You'll learn to maximize efficiency and productivity – regardless of industry.

Choose your electives to focus on specific industries such as technology management, manufacturing, healthcare, environment and safety, or public administration.

image of RWU 2013 grad Joe Mattiello"It can be tough to juggle everything. I take my books with me when I travel for work, when I go to the gym, when I’m in the waiting room at the doctor’s office. … It’s all worth it. I actually like it, and never thought I would say that.”

Joe Mattiello ’13, Field Application Engineer, Taco hydronic systems, Cranston, RI
At UC: Technology, Leadership and Management
Advice: Take advantage of the opportunities for education that employers provide.
More: In job market, if you’re not current, you’re not marketable

How You'll Get There 

At UC, we support you on your individual path. Whether you are just starting out or picking up where you left off, we work with you to accomplish your goals. As you work with our faculty, each respected in their field, you'll build lasting connections that open doors to your success.

You'll receive one-on-one guidance from your advisor each step of the way. You may take advantage of our prior learning assessment, applying transfer credit, trainings and assessments, military experience, work experience, and self-taught skills toward your degree. 

You NeedYou Don't Need
  • An interest in efficient management of processes
  • Official transcripts from high school, college
  • entrance exams
  • SAT/ACT scores 
  • pre-requisites 
  • admissions essay
  • application fee 
  • GPA requirements

Sample Courses

Total Quality Management
Workplace Safety and Health Management
Production Planning 

Bachelor & Associate Degree Options

A Bachelor's degree in Technology, Leadership, and Management gives you a foundation of leadership, strategic, and technology management skills. Graduates in with this degree may seek promotions, management positions in their field, or entrance to an MBA program. 

     10 core courses
       8 concentration courses
+ 22 electives                     
     40 courses (120 credits)

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Flexible, Online Schedule 

The TLM programs are offered online for your convenience. Take them at the pace that works for you, working with your advisor to match your schedule with your goals. 

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Your Career

The foundation of leadership, strategic, and technology management skills learned in the Technology, Management, and Leadership programs can be applied to a wide range of careers. Enter your desired field or advance within your speciality as you refine your ability to deliver quality products and services by becoming an expert in efficiency. Graduates with a Bachelor of General Studies degree in TLM may go on to MBA programs to further their education. 

While career outlooks depend on candidate experience and specific employer requirements, the table below reflects median salaries in the following potential positions*

JobWhat You DoWhat You NeedAverage Salary
Industrial Production ManagerOversees daily operations of manufacturing and related plantsBachelor's Degree$113,370
Supervisor of Non-Retail Sales WorkersMay perform duties such as budgeting, accounting, and personnel work, in addition to supervisory duties.Bachelor's or Associate's $84,600
Accountant Examine, analyze, and interpret accounting records to prepare financial statements or other financial and budgetary data.Bachelor's Degree$78,820
LogisticianLogisticians analyze and coordinate an organization’s supply chain.Bachelor's Degree$78,730
BookkeeperBookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks produce financial records for organizations and check financial records for accuracySome postsecondary education$42,110

*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook. Job outlook: 2018-2028. Median salary: 2018

Individualized Support, More Affordable

At University College, you get the individualized attention of a private university at a more affordable cost. There are multiple options for financial aid, scholarships, and accelerated paths to get you to the degree you need. Some programs run by Roger Williams are awarded by simply applying for admission, while others are awarded to students through a more formal aid application process.

To ensure full consideration for all aid programs, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

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