Apr 25, 2018
Bachelor of Applied Science
(120 Credit Hours)
941-752-5000, ext. 61417 Bradenton
Program Description and Goal
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology Management Program is designed to help the student develop the skills needed to enhance business competitiveness by leveraging information technology, assessing the impact of technology advances on business, and interacting effectively with executive management as a strategic business partner. To gain the best results for an organization’s productivity and success, the student develops and is able to apply leadership skills most suited to working with people in a variety of technology functions and projects. Employment opportunities for program graduates include managerial positions in a variety of fields, including computer and information systems, higher education, manufacturing, purchasing, local government, transportation, storage and distribution, logistics, engineering and construction.
- A 2.0 GPA on a scale of 4.0;
- Completion of at least 45 hours. Included in this must be and (or a course at that same or higher level).
- Meet foreign language requirement.
- Successfully complete the general education and program courses listed below with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Lower/Upper Level Electives: 38 Credit Hours (23 lower level/15 upper level)
Any A.A. elective over and above A.A. general education requirements. To meet the requirement of A.A. elective, any course that has (A.A.) after the course title in the catalog course description or any of the following course prefixes: , CET, CGS, CIS, COP, CTS (23 credits)
Choose five courses from the list below (15 credits)
Lower/Upper Level Core Courses: 46 Credit Hours (22 lower level/24 upper level)
Foreign Language Requirement:
Students must have completed Florida’s foreign language requirement prior to the completion of the bachelor’s degree. Students may meet this competency by:
- successful completion of two years of a single foreign language while in high school (official high school transcripts must be submitted to educational records), or
- successful completion of two semesters (6-8 credit hours) of a single foreign language in college (or through corresponding College Level Examination Program CLEP exams), or
- validation of foreign language competence for languages not available through CLEP as deemed appropriate by the vice president of baccalaureate programs.
‡ Degrees/programs will require a separate application and acceptance notification from the specific department before enrollment in the desired program.