B.S. in Technology - Applied Manufacturing Technology

About the Program

Have you completed a technical associate of science degree and started your career? If so, this bachelor's degree completion program is designed for you. Our online classes make it convenient and affordable for you to build on your associate degree and obtain your bachelor's degree in technology with an emphasis in applied manufacturing technology. This program will help you advance into leadership positions and increase your earning potential. The majority of students enrolled in the program work full time while attending school.

Program Mode of Delivery

Upper-division coursework is online.


Courses focus on:

  • Supervision, training and evaluation.
  • Project management.
  • Quality control and work simplification.
  • Safety, accident prevention and disaster preparedness.
  • Facilities design and management technology.
  • Manufacturing distribution.  

Information about specific course requirements can be found in the NIU course catalog and on the Department of Technology website.

Applying to the Program

You'll apply as a transfer student. Start your application now.


Visit the Department of Technology's faculty and staff directory to learn more about the professionals who will help you gain valuable knowledge in the field.

Why NIU Online?

We know you have responsibilities and commitments. It's just easier if you're able to take classes where you are without the commute. The good news is that with NIU, you're not alone. Your classmates and instructors are available via the same technology that helps deliver your classes. In our classrooms or in your living room, we want you to succeed academically because your future is our focus.

Program Type: Online bachelor's degree completion
College: College of Engineering and Engineering Technology, Department of Technology
Credits Required: 89-95, 43 hours of proficiency credit given for holding a technical A.A.S. degree
Tuition per Credit: $427.04 (Learn more about tuition and fees)

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Application Deadlines

Term Deadline
Fall August 1
Summer May 15
Spring  December 1


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