The Applied Technology Studies major is a flexible baccalaureate degree designed for students who desire to combine course work in more than one discipline area for business, professional, or personal reasons. A faculty adviser works with each student to design a course sequence that best meets the student's future plans. This major is ideal for working professionals completing a degree on a part-time basis, or for transfer students seeking a B.S. in areas not directly aligned with their previous major. Internship opportunities are available.
About the curriculum
View the classes you will be attending in the College Catalog.
Career opportunities will be primarily dependent on the individual student’s focus areas. For example, students who choose mechanical engineering technology as one of their discipline areas will have career opportunities in areas closely related to mechanical engineering technology, with special prospects supported by other discipline course work.
Special Admissions Requirements
Regular college admissions policies and procedures apply. Students must have successfully completed a minimum of 24 college-level credits before enrolling in this major.
Students wishing to transfer into this major should consult with the applicable school office to determine which discipline areas are most appropriate and if openings are available within desired courses. Students wishing to pursue predominantly business-related course work should enroll in the Applied Management major. Students must complete a minimum of the last 15 credits while enrolled in the Applied Technology Studies major.
Tools, Uniforms & Supplies
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