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Articulation Agreement: Technology Management

This agreement establishes a mechanism for graduates of McCann School of Business and Technology in the following majors to complete the requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Technology Management at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

  • Administrative Office Technology (A.S.B.)
  • Computer Science & Programming (A.S.B.)
  • Cosmetology (A.S.T.)
  • Court Reporting (A.S.B.)
  • Criminal Justice (A.S.B.)
  • Early Childhood Education (A.S.B.)
  • Health & Medical Records Management (A.S.B.)
  • Medical Assisting (A.S.B.)
  • Network Administration (A.S.B.)
  • Office Technology – Medical (A.S.B.)
  • Professional Massage Therapy (A.S.B.)
  • Security and Investigation (A.S.B.)
  • Surgical Technology (A.S.T.)

Requirements

Pennsylvania College of Technology will accept McCann School of Business and Technology graduates, from the programs listed above, into the Bachelor of Science in Technology Management (BTM) program. For those who meet the Transfer Requirements, the following course equivalencies apply.

General Education

McCann School of Business & Technology Pennsylvania College of Technology
EN 102 – English Composition II ENL 111 – English Composition I
EN 210 – Oral Communication SPC 101 – Fundamentals of Speech
EN 215 – Business Communication MGT 230 – Business Communications
GS 110 – General Psychology PSY 111 – General Psychology
GS 235 – Critical Thinking OPN 2003 – Open Transfer Elective
GS 280 – Microbiology SCI 2003 – Science Transfer Elective
GS 101 – Career Development OPN 2001 – Open Transfer Elective
OT 101 – Document Processing I OIT 101 – Keyboarding and Its Applications
IT 100 – Introduction to Computers CSC 124 – Information, Technology, and Society
IT 101 – Word Processing OPN 2002 – Open Elective
IT 102 – Spreadsheets
IT 202 – Advanced Spreadsheets
CSC 211 – Business Computer Applications Using Spreadsheet
IT 103 – Database Management CSC 2001 – Computer Information Transfer Elective
IT 111 – PC Hardware & Software EET 240 – Introduction to Computer Maintenance
IT 205 – Project Planning OPN 2004 – Open Transfer Elective
IT 223 – C++ Programming CIT 261 – C/C++
BU 105 – Management Principles MGT 115 – Principles of Management
BU 110 – Business Law MGT 301 – Business Law I
BU 115 – Customer Service MKT 2003 – Marketing Transfer Elective
BU 120 – Marketing Principles MKT 240 – Principles of Marketing
BU 240 – Small Business Management MGT 249 – Small Business Management
MA 105 – Medical Law & Ethics OPN 2002 – Open Transfer Elective
MA 110 – Medical Terminology MTR 104 – Basics of Medical Terminology
MA 111 – Anatamy & Physiology I SCI 2003 – Science Transfer Elective
MA 112 – Anatomy & Physiology II SCI 2003 – Science Transfer Elective
AC 101 – Accounting Principles I
AC 102 – Accounting Principles II
ACC 113 – Introduction to Financial Accounting

Special Considerations

  • McCann School of Business and Technology applicants must have a final cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.
  • McCann School of Business and Technology applicants must have completed the courses to be transferred (above) with grades of C (2.0) or higher.
  • McCann School of Business and Technology applicants will be required to take a math placement test to help Penn College identify courses for which students are academically prepared.
  • Technical studies coursework completed as part of the AAS degree will fulfill the 39 “Previous Program Course” credits in semesters 1-3 of the BTM.

Students who transfer to Penn College are responsible for meeting all graduation requirements of their chosen degrees, including the established minimums that dictate the number of credits that must be completed at Penn College.

Articulation Agreement implemented: August, 2011

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