TRM Online Program
ONLINE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN TECHNICAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
The School of Information Systems and Applied Technologies is pleased to offer the convenience and flexibility to complete a Bachelor of Science degree in Technical Resource Management completely online. TRM has a select group of online classes, providing place-bound students the opportunity to take TRM courses via web-based instruction.
Are you an individual with technical education or training? Are you interested in furthering your understanding and opportunities in Project Management, Managing Quality, Leading and Managing Personnel, Managing Operational Fiscal Decisions, and Interpreting and Making Quantitative Data Decisions in the Field?
If your present educational/ professional background is in a technically-oriented industry, including collision repair, construction, electronics, manufacturing, medical / health care, power generation, or transportation, a degree in TRM could be your path to career advancement. The Bachelor of Science degree in Technical Resource Management is designed to supplement your technical training and work experience by preparing you for upward mobility as a team leader, supervisor, or manager in your field of expertise.
Through this professional undergraduate certificate, you'll gain an understanding of the important skills needed for advanced technical leadership opportunities in business and industry.
The School of Information Systems and Applied Technologies is pleased to offer the convenience and flexibility to complete a Bachelor of Science degree in Technical Resource Management (TRM) completely online.
For more information, check out our areas of study page.
The online Technical Resource Management program requires an A.A.S. degree or 43 hours of related technical coursework. Course credit may be awarded for military training, apprenticeships, and work experience. For additional information regarding the online program, go to the Office of Extended Campus.
- A minimum of 2.5 of 4.0 GPA for prior post-secondary course work.
- Satisfactory completion of prerequisite courses.
- Access to computer and the internet.
- Additional software may be required for specific courses.
For more information, check out our Admission Requirement page.
To apply for the online TRM program, visit the Undergraduate Admissions website.
All courses for this program are delivered online, structured to be completed at your convenience by set deadlines. A team of instructors, teaching assistants, and program staff work to prepare and deliver course materials and provide support for you.
The University’s Morris Library provides information and support for Distance Education Learning.
Here is what you can expect:
- You will receive general instructional materials for each course when the registration process is complete. It is your responsibility to contact each instructor with an email message so that your user identification and password can be assigned giving you access to the course (Interface used is Blackboard).
- Weekly deadlines are posted and must be followed in order to succeed. You must follow the assignment and test schedules of each course. Each faculty member will provide dates and procedures for completion of work.
- You will complete class activities in a different manner and time format.
- Grading procedures and all policies are followed as stated in the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Undergraduate Catalog.
Curriculum and Courses
The online Technical Resource Management degree requires the standard 120 credit hours for a baccalaureate degree, including meeting University Core Curriculum and Career Course requirements, which may be met though an approved Associate’s degree from an accredited community college.
This program offers continuous enrollment, so students may begin the program at any time. Part-time enrollment is available.
The tuition for the online Technical Resource Management program is the same as on-campus, in-state tuition rates, and the fees for online students are substantially lower than those for on-campus students. Please refer to the Off-Campus Tuition and Fees Calculator for additional information. Some courses will require the purchase of additional software or other materials.
Financial aid and scholarships may be available. Please visit the SIU Financial Aid website for more information.
There are also program-specific scholarship opportunities through the School of Information Systems and Applied Technologies and the College of Applied Sciences and Arts.
Why our online Technical Resource Management program?
The online B.S. degree in Technical Resource Management may be your key to advanced technical leadership opportunities in business and industry.
For questions, or to request more information, please contact the Academic Advisor, Shannon L. Gwaltney, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (618) 453-7281.
Earn your most affordable TRM program degree from a nationally-ranked research institution.
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