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Technology Management (BBA)

Individuals with an associate degree in a technical or business related field can take the next step to earning a bachelor’s degree that gives both technical and business skills. This BBA degree coursework prepares students to manage a project team, department, division, small-to-medium-sized business or their own business. The program includes an internship in the final semester of the senior year.

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

  • Associate degree in a technical or business related field
  • Minimum GPA of 2.0
  • Laptop computer required

TYPICAL FOUR SEMESTER SCHEDULE

FIRST SEMESTER

Course # Course Name Credits
BUAD 5003 Management Communications 3
ACCT 5043 Accounting Perspectives 3
TMGT 7153 Principles of Management 3
BUAD 4403 Business Computer Applications
(OR one of the courses below)
3
CISY xxx3 Computer Elective 3
ECON xxx3 Macro or Microeconomics 3

SECOND SEMESTER

Course # Course Name Credits
BUAD 7023 Legal Environment of Business 3
BUAD 6403 Project Mgmt. for Bus. Professionals 3
BUAD 6113 Strategic & Creative Prob Solv 3
COMP 5703 Technical Writing II 3
MKTG 6003 Strategic Marketing 3
xxx3 GenEd/LAS or Busi Elec. 3

THIRD SEMESTER

Course # Course Name Credits
BUAD 5043 Business Ethics 3
BUAD 5023 Human Resource Management 3
TMGT 7003 Managing Technology Innovation 3
SPCH 1083 Effective Speaking
(OR one of the courses below)
3
xxx3 General Ed Elective 3
xxx3 General Ed/LAS or Business Elec. 3

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course # Course Name Credits
TMGT 8112 Tech Management Internship
(OR ALL of the courses below)
12
xxx3 Professional Elective - Upper 3
xxx3 Professional Elective - Upper 3
xxx3 Professional Elective - Upper 3
xxx3 Professional Elective - Upper 3


Students may seek permission to take four upper-level courses in lieu of completing an internship.

ONLINE, UPPER DIVISION PROGRAM INCLUDES:
  • Innovation
  • Problem analysis
  • Critical thinking
  • Decision Support
  • Formulate a strategic plan using effective teamwork
  • Software, technology and information systems
  • Financial, legal, economic and social perspectives
  • Preparation for the global and diverse community
  • Final semester internship