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Associate in Science/Associate in Applied Science

Industrial Management Technology (2278)

The Industrial Management Technology program is designed to provide opportunities for those with military/corporate experience and training to apply those competencies to obtain an Associate in Science/Associate in Applied Science degree. Credit can be obtained through completion of the required degree courses and/or evaluation of military/corporate American Council on Education (ACE) academic registry transcripts. Applicable credits will be awarded after an evaluation of the appropriate ACE transcript for military/corporate training following the recommendations of the American Council on Education Guide (ACE Guide).


The following is a list of courses required for this program presented in a recommended sequence of completion. The sequence is only a suggested guide, and there is no requirement to follow the sequence precisely. Students in this program may register for any course as long as the student has met any prerequisites for that course. Where a "professional elective" is indicated in the course sequence, students may choose any course from the group of professional electives that follows the full course sequence.

General Education Courses
ENC 1101 English Composition I (3)
*Humanities (3)
*Social and Behavioral Sciences (3)
*Mathematics (3)
*Natural Science (3)

Credit hours: 15

Professional Courses
MAN 2021 Principles of Management (3)
MAN 2300 Human Resources Management (3)
GEB 1011 Introduction to Business (3)
ECO 2013 Principles of Economics I (3)
BUL 2131 Business Law I - The Legal Environment of Business (3)
CGS 1060 Introductory Computer Concepts (3)
CGS 1570 Microcomputer Applications (3)

Credit hours: 21

Professional Electives
LIT 2100 Great Ideas in World Literature (3)
SPC 2016 Speech Communication for Business and the Professions (3)
DEP 2004 Human Growth and Development (3)
PSY 1012 General Psychology (3)
SOP 1002 Human Relations (3)
SYG 2000 Introductory Sociology (3)
MAC 1140 Pre-calculas Algebra (4)
MAC 1114 College Trigonometry (3)
PHY 2054C General Physics II (4)
ACG 2021 Financial Accounting (4)
ADV 2000 Advertising (3)
ENC 1102 English Composition II: Writing About Non-Fiction Prose (3)
ENC 2210 Technical Report Writing (3)
FIN 2000 Principles of Finance (3)
MAR 1011 Principles of Marketing (3)
OST 1100 Keyboarding/Introduction to Word Processing (3)
OST 1324 Business Mathematics (3)
OST 1581 Professional Development in the Workplace (3)
OST 2771 Word Processing I (3)
OST 2773 Word Processing II (3)
QMB 2100 Business Statistics (3)
STA 2023 Elementary Statistics (3)
  or **Military Service Credits (ACE Guide for the Military)
  or ***Corporate Training Credits (ACE Guide for Corporate Training)

Credit Hours: 24

Total Credit Hours: 60

*Refer to A.S. degree General Education Requirements.

**Credits awarded by evaluation of appropriate military paperwork SMART transcript (U.S. Navy and Marine Corps) AARTS transcript (U.S. Army), USCGI transcript (U.S. Coast Guard), ARNGESC transcript (Army National Guard) and/or Community College of the Air Force transcript), using ACE Guide recommendations.

***Credits awarded by evaluation of appropriate corporate training (Official ACE Corporate transcript), using ACE Guide recommendations.

Students have two degree alternatives in this program: The Associate in Science (A.S.) and the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.). If you intend to pursue further education at the university level, you should enroll in the A.S. option. If you intend to go directly to work after completing your associate's degree, consider the A.A.S. While the A.A.S. will not provide you with the articulation benefits of the A.S., the A.A.S. will provide you with the skills required to begin working in the field immediately upon graduation. If you are unsure of which option is best for you, please see an advisor for further counseling.

Estimated tuition is $,3600 (for Florida residents as of 7/04).


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