These courses add skills in areas such as business communication and collaboration, online team leadership, project management, staff training development, workplace diversity, accounting and budgets, intercultural communication, and conflict resolution.
Earn a bachelor’s with the leadership and supervisory skills employers seek when hiring and promoting!
This technical leadership program brings a BU bachelor’s degree to you at your local community college as well as the State System campus in Center City Philadelphia. Partner institutions include: Bucks County Community College, Community College of Philadelphia, Harrisburg Area Community College, Lehigh Carbon Community College, Northampton Community College and Reading Area Community College.
The message from employers is clear
There is a need for people who are skilled in their fields and have the ability to work effectively with their supervisors, colleagues and clients. It is a growing trend for technical, service and health care work to be conducted in teams and workgroups. In this rapidly-changing, globalized economy, companies seek technical professionals who are ready to assume leadership roles in project teams, workgroups and service departments. The Technical Leadership program provides the skills you will need to advance in your field, including:
- Business Communication and Report Writing
- Leading Virtual Teams
- Project Management
- Intercultural Communication
- Instructional Design
- eLearning Concepts
- Conflict Management
- Accounting for Supervisors
- Website Development
- Information and Technology Management Applications
A flexible program to complete your bachelor’s
Graduates of A.A.S. and other technical and service-related associate degree programs enter the Technical Leadership program as juniors. Working technical and service professionals with an associate degree enter the Technical Leadership degree program as juniors.
Students near the end of their associate degree program may dual-enroll and start Technical Leadership degree courses while completing their associate degree. Working technical and service professionals without an associate degree may complete their associate degree part-time at one of our partner community colleges and then transfer seamlessly into the BASTL degree program.
Or ... get a jump-start!
High school and CTC school students may often dual-enroll during their junior and senior years, enter a technical or service-related associate degree program (sometimes with up to a full semester of college completed), then transfer seamlessly into the Technical Leadership program.