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2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog 
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Technology Management (B.A.S.)

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The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) with a major in Technology Management degree program prepares graduates to move into supervisory positions in businesses and industry, retail environments, law offices, and travel or tourism related businesses. Courses in management, marketing, and accounting help students blend their specific expertise with new technology skills. The curriculum combines experiential learning opportunities in the AAS degree with vital topics such as using technology to enhance management, marketing, personnel relations, professionalism, and quality control.


Entrance Requirements

  1. Complete all GSC general institutional admissions requirements.
  2. Declare a major in Technology Management.
  3. Hold an appropriate career associate degree (e.g., AAS or AAT) from an institution regionally accredited to grant associate degrees. Students who hold associate degrees (usually AA or AS) that are designed to constitute the first two years of a BA, BS, BBA or other traditional baccalaureate degrees will not be eligible for admission to the BAS program. A student who wishes to pursue the BAS, but who has not yet completed a career associate degree, must finish the career associate degree to gain admission to the BAS major.



Core Curriculum Requirements 60 hours

Refer to Semester Core Curriculum Areas A-E 

Area A1: No Exceptions

Area A2: BAS students should take Area A Math that is pre-requisite for MATH 2400.

Area B: No Exceptions

Area C: No Exceptions

Area D: BAS students should take MATH 2400

Area E: No exceptions

Upper Level Electives (6 hours)

6 hours at the 3000/4000 level

Career Program (40 hours or enough to bring the total hours to 120)

Associate of Applied Science degree completed from an approved program.

Other Requirements:

Any other institutional requirements established as graduation requirements by the University of North Georgia.

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