Aug 05, 2020  
2019-20 Catalog 
    
2019-20 Catalog

Industrial Management ATS


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The Associate of Technical Studies in Industrial Management is a coherent combination of courses, selectively drawn from the Departments of Engineering Technology and Business Administration, to serve a career objective in Industrial Management.

Those earning the Associate of Technical Studies in Industrial Management can continue on to earn the BSB Industrial Management 2+2, allowing them to pursue a career at the management level of their chosen field, or start a company of their own.

 

Member of IACBE (International Accreditation Council for Business Education).

Degree Requirements


General Education 15 Hours (Minimum)
Concentration Core Courses 10-12 Hours
Concentration Elective Courses 33-35 Hours
   
Total Hours Required 60 Hours (Minimum)

 

General Education Courses (15 Hours Minimum)


  • Select 1 course from each of the following categories with advisor approval:
    1.   Social and Behavioral Sciences approved GEP (Human Behavior, Global Perspectives, Historical Perspectives, or Engaged Citizenry)
    2.   Natural Sciences approved GEP
    3.   Written and Oral Communication (ENGL1105 or approved Oral Communication GEP)

Prior Learning/Experience Technical Credit (0-30 Hours)


Credit (up to 30 hours) may be awarded for courses completed at other institutions of higher education, career centers, documented apprenticeship training, or other educational enterprises judged to be acceptable by content area representatives.

Students who plan to use the life experience, or other non-collegiate work, as part of their ATS degree, must enroll in the course ETCO1001: Technical Portfolio Development (1 credit hour).

  • ETCO1001 - Technical Portfolio Development
  • ETCO1995 - Engineering Technology Portfolio Evaluation

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