Department of Technology

BS in Applied Technical Leadership

This degree program is designed for non-traditional or transfer students to provide career advancement opportunities for experienced personnel employed in a variety of technically oriented career fields such as fire science, law enforcement, medical technology, business operations, service industries, and others. 

Students seeking admission to the Applied Technical Leadership degree program will be screened for either an associate degree or a combination of non-credit training and experience equivalent to an associate degree. Students without an associate degree are required to prepare a portfolio documenting their competence.

The minimum number of credits required for the degree: 121

University Core curriculum requirements
     College Writing
     Quantitative Reasoning - MAT 140 Pre-calculus Mathematics (or above)
     Creative Expression
     Cultural Interpretation
     Socio-cultural Analysis - ECO 101 Introduction to Microeconomics or ECO 102 Introduction to Macroeconomics
     Science Exploration
     Ethical Inquiry, Social Responsibility, and Citizenship
     Diversity
     International
     Thematic cluster - Professional Practices Recommended
     Cluster course 1
     Cluster course 2
     Cluster course 3
     Capstone - ITT 460 Capstone

Departmental Requirements: Foundational Courses
     ITP 210 Technical Writing
     BUS 195 Spreadsheet and Problem Solving
         or MAT 148 Applied Calculus
    MAT 120 Introduction to Statistics
     Computer course
     Natural Science course

Departmental Requirements: Professional Courses
     ACC 110 Financial Accounting Information for Decision Making
     ITP 230 Project Management  
     ITP 250 Management Information Systems
     ITP 280 Managing Organizations in a Technological Environment
     ITP 310 Facility Planning
     ITP 340 Quality Management
     ITP 350 Leadership, Teambuilding and Facilitation
     ITP 381 Human Resource Development
     ITP 410 Technical Operations and Strategies
     ITP 490 Cost Analysis and Control
     ITS 320 Workplace Safety and Health Management Systems

Departmental Requirements: Technical and Occupational Specialization (36 credits)
     ITT 400 Occupational Competency
     ITT 440 Related Occupational Experiences/Internships
     Portfolio Assessment

General Elective (6 credits)