Minimum of 120 credits: 30 in arts and sciences (including 9 upper level); 45 in the professional component (including 15 upper level and 15 in the area of focus); and 45 in the additional credit component (including information literacy and 6 upper level credits). See the credit requirements in chart form.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Professional Studies in Technology Management will be expected to:
- Use commonly available workplace technology tools to communicate professional information in clear, grammatical, and effective written prose.
- Develop and communicate cohesive arguments using appropriate supporting evidence and effective prose.
- Interpret events using more than one perspective, with an understanding of the significance of integrating knowledge and skills in the workplace.
- Identify, critically evaluate, and propose solutions for management problems.
- Apply knowledge of mathematics and natural sciences to problem solving in management contexts.
- Demonstrate an awareness of the ethical implications of actions.
- Demonstrate information literacy.
- Participate effectively in groups.
- Apply project management techniques where appropriate.
- Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge of the natural sciences, particularly as applied to the technical specialty.
- Demonstrate a working knowledge of computer usage applicable to problem solving in technology areas.
- Demonstrate competency in the analysis, interpretation, and application of data in the chosen technical area.
- Apply the fundamentals of mathematics to problem solving.