Technology Management, Minor Graduate School of Management

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The UC Davis Graduate School of Management offers a minor in Technology Management to undergraduate students. This minor complements students' undergraduate studies with courses in the ways in which engineering and science-based industrial enterprises manage and use knowledge from science, engineering and technology. The minor also provides students with business and management skills that should enable them to use their education more effectively in a technology environment.

The Technology Management minor courses are open to all undergraduate and graduate majors at UC Davis.

The courses that count for the Technology Management minor are offered by the Graduate School of Management. No substitutions (e.g., transfer courses, study abroad courses, or other UC Davis courses) are allowed for the upper division coursework.

No course overlap is allowed with other minors. No more than one course can be counted towards both the student’s major and the minor.

Prerequisites for minor courses are required (e.g., MGT 011A and STA 013 for MGT 160; MGT 011A and MGT 011B for MGT 170). Please plan accordingly.

Required preparatory course:4
Elementary Accounting
Choose five:20
Managing & Using Information Technology
Marketing for the Technology-Based Enterprise
Technology Management
Management of Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Financing New Business Ventures
Management Accounting & Control
Supply Chain Planning & Management
To complete the minor, students must complete the 24 units of coursework with a GPA of 2.000 or better. Courses may be taken P/NP as long as at least one course is taken for a letter grade and minor GPA is at least 2.000.
For the OASIS minor declaration form to be approved, one course must be successfully completed and minor GPA at least 2.000.
Important: Only one course may overlap between major and minor requirements. If MGT 011A is used for completing a major requirement, then further minor coursework cannot be counted toward major requirements.
Total Units24