Bachelor of Professional Studies in Technology Management - Nuclear Technology - from Excelsior College

In addition to sharpening your nuclear technology skills, the technology management program cultivates the knowledge you'll need to excel as a manager. You'll study subjects such as:

  • General management
  • Project management
  • Accounting
  • Leadership
  • Complete an in-depth capstone course that's tailored to your own interests and abilities


Learn more about how you can earn credit for what you already know, through 
Prior Learning Assessment. In addition, nuclear power plant employees can earn college credit for industry accredited training programs (NAUP). Learn how to Power Up to your college degree, and save time.  Excelsior College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. (Learn more about the MSCHE accreditation programs and specialized accreditations on our accreditation page.)

Leadership course examples:

BUS 452 Business Leadership
The energy industry is unique, very competitive and rapidly changing. It needs sufficient leadership talent to meet ongoing industry challenges. This course is designed to increase your understanding of leadership principles and how to apply them in the workplace. It provides a broad overview of business leadership focusing on research findings about leadership, leadership practices, and leadership skill development. It explores and evaluates leadership practices, behaviors, and personal attributes of leaders and includes case studies of leaders and organizations. The course balances theory with real-world applications for a practical, skill-building approach to energy leadership that will prepare you for the challenges ahead.


BUS 341 Management Concepts and Applications
This course will help experienced energy industry managers or those preparing for leadership positions, expand their understanding of management principles and practices. The course presents fundamental management theories while examining the manager’s role in today’s global business environment. Topics include strategies for planning and decision making, organization and controls, leadership, motivation, staffing and managing change in an industry that is increasingly competitive and rapidly changing.