Industrial Management Technology, A.S. Degree (Limited Access Program)

Description

This limited access program is designed to provide graduates of certificate and registered apprenticeship programs additional technical and supervisory skills, while enhancing the basic general education skills necessary for placement in entry-level management positions. With the Industrial Management Technology program students can advance in their field and elevate their overall performance. This program will increase their technical knowledge and enhance their communication, computation and job skills.

A pre-admission consultation with the Director of the School of Workforce is required. Students must bring the following documentation to the consultation: unofficial transcripts and course descriptions from trade school or institute attended, a short narrative of technical training and career, a current resume, copies of certificates of completion/achievement in trade or craft, and other supporting documentation students might want to have evaluated. Credit will be awarded as BCT2990 (Technical Training) at 23 credit hours for an approved apprenticeship or career certificate program. 

Additional Admission Requirements

  • Students must have completed an appropriate registered apprenticeship or certificate program of 700 contact hours with a GPA of 2.0 or better or an equivalent experience.  The certificate or registered apprenticeship program will be evaluated based on requirements of the Conversion of Credit process, including proof of program completion.  

  • Other equivalent learning experiences will be reviewed according to the criteria set forth in the IMT Technical Training Rubric, and must be supported with a documentation file.  

  • Credit will be awarded as BCT2990 Technical Training at 23 credit hours for an approved apprenticeship, certificate program or equivalent learning experience.

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