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University of Advancing Technology’s Bachelor of Science in Business Technology degree focuses on entrepreneurship and product development to prepare students for management roles in high-demand technology careers. UAT’s innovative curriculum teaches students how to succeed and lead with technical, strategic, financial, analytical and managerial skills.
The Business Technology leadership major is designed to prepare students for careers in today’s technology-centric business world. Students learn a contemporary combination of business skills such as: data analysis, lean startup, Agile project management, startup financing and go-to-market strategy. Upon graduation, students are empowered to lead in high-tech environments with a technology-minded workforce or even launch their own technology startup.
Graduates of UAT’s Business Technology degree program are in high demand for their mastery of product innovation, technology startup leadership, entrepreneurship and business skills. They will have real-world experience bringing new products to market, managing cross-discipline teams and deploying project management skills.
Educating the next wave of innovators, our faculty leverage their experiences to mentor students to lead innovations and solve challenges in advancing technology.
UAT’s Synchronic Learning model provides an education framework that prepares superior graduates to become tomorrow’s innovators. This model embodies UAT’s methodologies, curricula and community dedicated to fostering an environment of innovation that promotes demonstrated mastery and job readiness.
How does UAT prepare superior graduates? Students are required to participate in projects that solve real problems. UAT requires students to innovate and create a working proof of concept that’s never been done before. Students complete internships, community projects and apprenticeship experiences to cultivate their ability to succeed in the workplace.
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