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Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology Management Program of Study (TM-BAS)

Bachelor's Degree Intent Form

Technology ManagementProgram Goal: This program is designed for students who have completed an AS in Software and Database Development, Network Services Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology or a similar technical degree from GCSC or another institution with a desire to increase their technical skills in their chosen area of specialty. This program is open to students who have completed a general AA or any AA transfer track who have an interest in increasing their technical skills in information technology, software and database development or control engineering.

Students pursuing the BAS-TM degree must take MAN3240 at FSU as transient students.

This requires completing 4 documents:

  1. Transient Student Application submit to FSU-PC
  2. FSU Student Health History Form submit to FSU-PC
  3. Consortium Agreement submit to Gulf Coast State College. Complete Host School Information before submitting to GCSC enrollment services. Note you must include a copy of your schedule a fee receipts in your submission to GCSC.
  4. Technology Management Bachelors of Applied Science Transient Student Authorization Form

If any student has questions about this process, contact Wendy Payne at wpayne@gulfcoast.edu.

BAS Total Degree Credits 120
Associate of Arts or Associate of Science Credits 42
General Education Course Requirements* 36
Technology Management Core Requirements 27
Specialization in Control Engineering or Information Technology 15

General Education Requirements
*The General Education Requirements are outlined on page ##. All students must have a total of 36 credits of General Education courses for the B.A.S. degree. Most students entering the program will need an additional 21 general education credits. The specific courses will vary among students. Please contact a B.A.S adviser for assistance.

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES CH
Communications Area
•+* ENC1101, English I 3
+* ENC1102, English II 3
Humanities Area
Visual and Performing Arts 3
Philosophy/Religion 3
Literature 3
Mathematics Area
+* Approved mathematics (MAC/STA) 6
Natural Sciences Area
Physical Science 3
Biological Science 3
Social Sciences Area
  EUH1000 or 1001, Western Civilization 3
POS2041, American National Government 3
PSY2012, Psychology 3
or SYG2000, Sociology  
TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT CORE COURSES
+ MAN3303, Principles of Management & Leadership (F, Sp, Sum) 3
+ BUL3564, Legal Aspects of Managing Technology (F) 3
+ FIN3400, Financial Management (Sp) 3
+ ISM4314, Project and Change Management for Technology (Sum) 3
  MAN3240, Applied Organizational Behavior (FSU)(check FSU schedule by typically offered (F, Sp, Sum)) 3
+ MAN4520, Quality Management (Six Sigma) (F) 3
+ ISM4302, Emerging Technologies (Sp) 3
+ MAN3503, Managerial Risk Analysis and Decision Making (Sum) 3
+ MAN4900, Capstone Project (F, Sp, Sum) 3
Specialization in Control Engineering Technology (15 credits)
+ CET3135C, Microcontroller Technology w/Lab 4
+ EET4328, Wireless Systems 3
+ EET3218C, Control Systems Technology 4
+ EET4935, Special Topics in Electrical Engineering Technology 3
+ ETI3418, Computer Numerical Control Systems 3
+ ETI3621, Techniques in Lean Manufacturing 3
+ ETI4480, Applied Robotics 3
+ ETI4704, Occupational Safety 3
+ ETS3650C, Industrial Networking 3
Specialization in Information Technology (15 Credits)
+ ISM4212, Database Design and Administration (Ap.) 3
+ ISM4330, Information Security Policy Administration and Management (F) 3
  COP4640 - Operating Systems Environments(Sp.) 3
  CAP4774 – Data Warehousing(Sum) 3
Select one of the following:
+ CTS3425, Advanced Web Page Publishing – ASP (F) 3
+ COP3855, Advanced Web Animation (JQuery) (Sp) 3
+ ISM4154, Enterprise‐wide System Implementation and Administration (Sum) 3
Additional graduation requirements: Students must have fulfilled the requirement for the chosen major, earned a minimum of 25 percent of the total hours required for the degree in residence at Gulf Coast State College, fulfill the College Level Communication and Computational Skills Assessment requirements according to Florida Rule 6A‐10.030, demonstrate foreign language competence, and be registered at Gulf Coast State College during the semester of graduation.
 
TOTAL DEGREE HOURS 120
• General Education Core. Students must complete at least one identified core course in each area of study—Communications, Humanities, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences—as part of the general education course requirements.
* Minimum grade of "C" required.
+ Prerequisites required.