The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Technology offers five emphasis areas: 1) Technical Studies, 2) Technology Management, 3) CADD, 4) Computer System, and 5) Manufacturing - Industrial Technology. Each program will be tailored to meet the needs of the career specifications designated by the student. The Technical Studies option is designed to permit the student to tailor a program in accordance with his/her specific interests for which a traditional baccalaureate degree is not attainable. Students who have successfully completed some of the degree requirements in an occupational environment may continue their education under this educational umbrella.
Technology Management option is designed to prepare a student to apply theories, perceptions, and principles established in the humanities and social and behavioral sciences, as well as sound business practices in a technology-oriented environment. Graduates with this emphasis will serve as liaison between manufacturing or industrial production and the administrators of a company. Consequently, a sound understanding of the basic principles of business, personnel management, and management techniques will be mandatory.
Manufacturing-Industrial Technology option is focused to develop and train qualified personnel capable of directing the production, distribution, and management of products and services. The student, upon completion of the program, will have the ability to apply the principles of mathematical and physical sciences as related to technology, in the manufacturing industrial setting.
Computer Aided Drafting and Design option is focused to develop and train qualified personnel capable of designing in industry for mechanical, computer aided manufacturing, and construction fields. Students are trained in in Autocad, SolidWorks, AutoCAD Inventor, Pro/E, and Mastercam, giving students the ability to work in all areas of manufacturing utilizing design production of manufacturing parts, CNC tools (Computer Numerical Control), and house design.
Computer Systems option has been tailored to meet the needs of industry in Cisco applications career specifications. (The courses are tied to our 2+2 programs distance education programs.)
Technical Studies option is designed to permit the student to tailor a program in accordance with his/her specific interests for which a traditional baccalaureate degree is not attainable. One emphasis area available under this option is food technology and science, which provides a baccalaureate route for workforce development in the food processing industry.
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