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Bachelor Technical Applied Studies

 

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The Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies (B.T.A.S.) is primarily intended for students who have already completed an applied associate degree from an accredited community college, regional campus, or technical college, and who wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree. The program provides students with knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary for advancement in their chosen careers, and integrates the technical skills developed within applied associate degree programs with the professional skills inculcated in a bachelor’s degree program.
 
Requirements
To complete this program, students must meet all University-wide graduation requirements.
 
For More Information Contact:
Miki Crawford, Ph.D.
Technical and Applied Studies
740-533-4604

undergraduate
 
 

Requirements

University wide Graduation Requirements
To complete this program, students must meet all University wide graduation requirements.
 
Upper Level Course Requirement
Complete a minimum of 30 hours at the 3000-4000 level.
 
Professional Skills Core
Complete the following courses with a minimum grade of C (2.0) or better:
Note: TAS 4510 will satisfy Tier III requirements.
Course Name Credit Hours: Term Taken Grade Gen Ed
TAS 3010 - Introduction to Technical and Applied Studies Credit Hours: 3
TAS 3110 - Diversity, Ethics, and Collaboration Credit Hours: 3
TAS 3210 - Research for Technical and Applied Studies Credit Hours: 3
TAS 4110 - Leadership and Workplace Effectiveness Credit Hours: 3
TAS 4510 - Technical and Applied Studies Capstone Seminar Credit Hours: 3
 
Professional Skills Core Additional Requirements
Complete one of the following courses:
Note: MATH 2500, PSY 1110, and PSY 2210 will satisfy Tier I requirements.
Course Name Credit Hours: Term Taken Grade Gen Ed
ATCH 2090 - Business Statistics Credit Hours: 3
MATH 2500 - Introduction to Statistics Credit Hours: 4
PSY 1110 - Elementary Statistical Reasoning Credit Hours: 3
PSY 2110 - Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Credit Hours: 4
QBA 2010 - Introduction to Business Statistics Credit Hours: 4
 
Other Requirement
Collaboration
Complete one of the following courses:
Course Name Credit Hours: Term Taken Grade Gen Ed
COMS 3060 - Interpersonal Conflict Management Credit Hours: 3
EDCE 4400 - Foundations in Group Dynamics Credit Hours: 2
TAS 4440 - Collaboration in the Workplace Credit Hours: 3
 
Diversity
Complete one of the following courses:
Course Name Credit Hours: Term Taken Grade Gen Ed
COMS 3300 - Environmental Communication Credit Hours: 3
COMS 3410 - Women and Health Communication Credit Hours: 3
COMS 4100 - Cross-Cultural Communication Credit Hours: 3
COMS 4110 - Communicating with People with Disabilities Credit Hours: 3
EDCE 4100 - Human Relations Credit Hours: 2
HIST 3060 - American Environmental History Credit Hours: 3
HIST 3081 - The Civil War and its Aftermath Credit Hours: 3
HIST 3150 - Survey of African American History Credit Hours: 3
TAS 4140 - Workplace Interactions in a Diverse Society Credit Hours: 3
 
Ethics
Complete one of the following courses:
Course Name Credit Hours: Term Taken Grade Gen Ed
COMS 4604 - Responsibilities and Freedom of Speech in Communication Credit Hours: 3
SW 3213 - Child Abuse and Neglect Credit Hours: 3
SW 3243 - Social Welfare Law Credit Hours: 3
TAS 4040 - Ethics and Organizational Social Responsibility Credit Hours: 3
 
Leadership
Complete one of the following courses:
Course Name Credit Hours: Term Taken Grade Gen Ed
SAM 3000 - Managing Systems and Projects Credit Hours: 3
SAM 3050 - Supervision Management Credit Hours: 3
TAS 4340 - Applied Leadership in the Workplace Credit Hours: 3
 
Research and Technology
Complete one of the following courses:
Course Name Credit Hours: Term Taken Grade Gen Ed
COMS 3200 - Communication and New Technology Credit Hours: 3
COMS 3420 - Qualitative Inquiry in Communication Credit Hours: 3
COMS 4630 - Rhetoric and Electronic Media Credit Hours: 3
LET 3550 - Criminal Justice Research Methods Credit Hours: 3
SAM 3020 - Consumer Marketing Credit Hours: 3
TAS 4240 - Technology and Research in the Workforce Credit Hours: 3