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    Online Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Technology Management

    INSTITUTION INFORMATION Institutional Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Program Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Institutional Membership(s): SOC PROGRAM DETAILS Program Information: Bachelor of Science - Bachelor's Enrollment: 30 seats total Application Deadline: Open How Students and Instructors Communicate: E-mail, Voice Subject: Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services METHOD OF COURSE INSTRUCTION

    The program is delivered primarily through internet

    Supplemental delivery formats include internet

    After you receive a bachelor's degree in Technology Management you will be prepared to lead, supervise, manage and direct technical processes, operations and personnel through the 21st century. This degree strikes a balance between management skills and technology training needed to make you globally competitive with world-class companies - whether you want to work for a large corporation or for yourself.
    Applicants should have an Associate in Science degree from a regionally accredited institution in one of the following areas: General Business, Business Administration, Computer Engineering Technology, Computer Information Technology, Computer Programming, Computer Service Technology, Database Technology, Electrical Distribution Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Manufacturing Technology, Network Services Technology, Plastics Engineering Technology. Students with an A.A. degree, 60 credit hours but no degree, or an A.S. major in another area may be admitted by the Dean on a case-by-case basis.
    IBM/Intel Machines: Pentium II 300 or equivalent with 96 megabytes of memory, Monitor, sound card; Apple Macintosh: Power-PC based machine with 96 megabytes of memory; Windows 98, NT 4.0, 2000, ME, or XP or Apple systems 8.1 or higher. Additional detailed information is found on the web site.
    Browser requirements
    Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) 6.x is the recommended browser to use with Web CT. You can download the latest version of IE free. Netscape is not recommended for use with WebCT.
    If you are using America Online, please be sure that you have version 7.0 installed. If you are using an earlier version, download Version 7.0 from your AOL homepage. WebTV is not compatible with the software used in online courses.
    If your course material includes audio, video or Flash files, you may need to download browser plug-ins to access these materials. It's easy; just go to the eCampus plug-ins page and follow the instructions.
    If you plan to access your online course from an office that has a firewall, you may have difficulty with the course software program, WebCT. Contact your company's Information Systems (IS) department and discuss the issue with them. Make sure you have any problems solved before the course begins.
    If the firewall problem can't be solved, you may want to consider using a computer at another location to take your course.
    Students currently enrolled in St. Petersburg College distance learning course are eligible for special library and research services: Access to online resources through SPC Library Online from home, office, or campus computers; Interlibrary Loan/Distance Learning Document Delivery Service; Reference assistance by phone, electronic form, and email; Borrowing privileges at Pinellas County Public Libraries, SPC, and other college libraries. AskALibrarian is provided to assist and direct students, faculty and staff working off campus with their research needs. The service does not attempt to do the actual research or assignments for each student or participant as this work is part of their own academic obligation. The SPC Library Online is a web site with easy one-stop access to research databases, government resources, search tools, Internet sites, and library services. SPC and other catalogs are searchable from this site. General research help and tutorials are also included. Extensive resources can be accessed from home, office, or campus computers with Internet access. Current students will be given password information by calling one of the SPC libraries, or emailing the library at librefdesk@spjc.edu. The library phone number is Telephone: (727)341-3719. Order your books online at www.spjc.bkstr.com, or purchase them at any SPC Campus bookstore. If you have a question about SPC, please direct it to our SPC Information Line at (727)341-4772. This is not an answering machine with a longwinded promotional message. This number puts you through to our team in the Information Center. Many of the people who staff the Information Line phones are students who've had the same questions that you may have, and all of them are trained to answer your questions about SPC or find the person who can
    Contact the financial aid office at Scholarships & Student Financial Assistance; 6605 Fifth Avenue North; AD Building, Room 106; St. Petersburg; (727)341-4321. All students who apply for financial assistance must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for all need-based assistance. Need-based assistance includes Federal Pell Grants, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG), Florida Student Assistant Grant (FSAG), SPC Student Incentive Grant, Institutional Scholarships, Federal Work-Study and Subsidized Student Loans. Please refer to the Steering to Success guide for additional information about these programs. You may pick up a guide at any Office of Scholarships and Student Financial Assistance or visit our web site/.


    Completion of the College Level Academic Skill Test (CLAST), unless exempted is required. If you have not completed two years of the same foreign language in high school or 8 credits in college, you will need to complete 8 credits of foreign language before completing the B.A.S. program.
    Students may be admitted with an A.A. Degree with approval by the Dean. If general education hours for an A.A. Degree have been completed, the student must complete twenty-one (21) credits in a single technical major in place of additional general education required of the A.S. student. An additional 15-21 general education credits are required to complete the thirty-six (36) general education requirement of St. Petersburg College. (Refer to the College Catalog page 98 for a list of specific courses for each category above. General education course descriptions provided in Appendix COE-5.) Lower and Upper division general education must total a minimum of thirty-six (36) credits.
    Online advising available upon admission.
    Students with AA degrees may be admitted on a case-by-case basis.


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