Bachelor of Science in Technology – Details

The online Bachelor of Science in Technology degree and concentrations offered through Excelsior College is designed specifically to advance jobs skills by ensuring a breadth of knowledge in technology concepts as well as a depth of understanding and skill for specific energy focused technical fields.

Degree Requirements

The online Bachelor of Science in Technology degree requires 120 credit hours

  • Technology component: 48 credit hours 
  • Arts and Sciences: 60 credit hours 
  • Free electives: 12 credit hours 


Online Technical Degree Areas of Focus

Choose from five technical areas of focus with courses ranging from:

  • Applied Instrumentation and Control
  • AC/DC Theory
  • Electrical Power Distribution
  • Renewable Energy Overview
  • Energy Utilization
  • Integrated Technology Assessment

Fast-Track Degree Completion with Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Excelsior College awards academic credit for accredited college coursework you've successfully completed, including military and professional training, certifications, licenses, and exams. Learn how to Start with More Credit.

In addition, nuclear power plant employees can earn college credit for industry accredited training programs (NAUP) including INPO plant training and Navy nuclear training.  Check out what nuclear training has already been assessed for credit to help you earn your degree faster. 

Institutional Accreditation

Excelsior College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104. (267-284-5000). The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

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Degree Concentrations

Electronic/Instrumentation Technologies
An area of focus in electronic/instrumentation technologies emphasizes training and preparing the students with the knowledge and practical skills in electrical/electronic circuits and process instrumentation.

Nuclear Technologies
An area of focus in nuclear technologies emphasizes preparing students for technologies-related positions in the nuclear industry.

Power Plant Technologies
An area of focus in power plant technologies focuses on preparing students for technology-related positions at power plants. 

Computer Technologies
This concentration prepares you to stay up-to-date with the rapidly changing technology environment. This concentration is a technical discipline centered on the design, assembly, testing, and maintenance, of computer circuitry and peripheral hardware. 

Electromechanical Technologies
This concentration emphasizes training and preparing the professionals with the knowledge in electrical/electronic circuits and process instrumentation.

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