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2014-2015 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

PDF of Technology Management, B.A.S.

Technology, Art, and Design

Faculty

Mahmoud Al-Odeh, Timothy Brockman, Andrew Graham, Bonnie Higgins, Natalia Himmirska, John Holden, Sachel Josefson, Michael Lund, Lyle Meulebroeck, Steven Sundahl, David Towley

Programs

Department of Technology, Art & Design
BN 251
Phone: (218) 755-2950
Fax: (218) 755-4011

Technology Management, B.A.S. major

 

The Technology Management program is designed to prepare individuals to pursue a variety of technology-related management career paths in business or industry. The program is designed specifically for individuals who typically possess a two-year technical degree and are interested in advancing their professional career. The program is a “2+2” degree that permits students to apply their 2 year technical degree credits toward a baccalaureate degree. Coupled with a two-year technical degree providing a focused foundation, students complete junior- and senior-level courses covering a broad range of technology management concepts and applications. This breadth provides maximum flexibility for graduates to pursue diverse employment opportunities. Completion of the degree is available through a web-based distance delivery format. Students should work closely with an advisor to obtain program and course selection information.

Note: Upon approval of the Technological Studies staff, certain major courses can be substituted in the Technical and/or Professional Core from related technical and community college programs.

Note: Transfer students must take a minimum of 30 semester credits from Bemidji State University. Forty (40) upper division semester credits are also required for graduation.

Required Credits: 66
Required GPA: 2.25

I REQUIRED TECHNICAL CORE COURSES

Requires 26 technical credits transferred from an A.S.
or A.A.S. degree, diploma or certificate
(e.g., Manufacturing Technology, Automation Technology)
or 26 technical credits from the Department of
Technological Studies course offerings.


II REQUIRED PROFESSIONAL CORE COURSES

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

III TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT ELECTIVES

SELECT 12 CREDITS FROM THE FOLLOWING WITH ASSISTANCE
FROM A FACULTY ADVISOR:

       MAY INCLUDE TADT 4970 for 1-2 CREDITS