This is where leaders are made
Technology Management at UNI is a unique program that combines applied knowledge with management skills, preparing you for the everyday rigors of a leadership role in manufacturing, transportation, or technology.
You’ll study project management, lean operations and statistical quality control, all while learning effective supervisory principles. In addition, UNI’s unmatched relationships with industry allows you to land summer internships, which often lead to job offers working with top industry partners such as John Deere, Garmin and Collins Aerospace.
World class facilities
The Applied Engineering Building (AEB) is undergoing a $43.9 million dollar renovation which will be ready for the Fall 2023 semester.
The Technology Management program at UNI boasts a 95% career placement rate.
Complete your degree online
For transfer students with an A.A.S. or A.A.A. degree from an accredited community college, this program can be completed 100% online.
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Department of Applied Engineering & Technical Management
University of Northern Iowa
Industrial Technology Center 25
Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0392
The Technology Management program has developed its curriculum utilizing recommendations from a very active advisory board made up of industry professionals. UNI's curriculum is developed by industry - for industry.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the career opportunities for students in the Technology Management program at the University of Northern Iowa are expected to increase between 7 & 16% over the next 10 years. This range varies depending on the industry that the student is employed in.
Transfer to UNI
Transferring to UNI couldn't be easier. Check out our transfer guides to learn more about how community college credits can transfer to UNI.
My experiences at UNI have given me the opportunity to meet and build relationships with industry leaders around the Cedar Valley Area. I even had the opportunity to work at John Deere as a student.
Connecting you with Industry
The Department of Applied Engineering & Technical Management has forged strong connections with industry partners in Iowa, including big-name companies such John Deere, Collins Aerospace and Garmin. In an average year, nearly 100 employers from around the state, and the Midwest, come to campus to visit with our students, and recruit them for full-time positions.