21 Jun 2019

Bachelor’s of Science in Technology Management Classes

Technology Management Bachelor’s Degree Classes Online

Spartan College is certified to offer a Bachelor’s of Science in Technology Management Online in certain states, and also offers a hybrid-online option for earning your Technology Degree. Take advantage of online technology management classes to have the flexibility you need to complete your Technology Bachelor’s Degree without uprooting your life. Find out if your state is certified to complete your Technology Management Bachelor’s Degree Online:

Distance Education State Authorization List

Bachelor’s of Science in Technology Management Classes

BUS1001 – Introduction to Business | 3 Semester Credits
A basic exposure to business principles, functions, and practices that prepares students with the knowledge to pursue specific areas of study associated with business enterprise such as economics, marketing, finance, human resource management, information technology, operations, ethics, and entrepreneurship. Awareness of the significance of business in the market economy is developed through topical research, discussion, and writing projects. (48 Didactic Hours)
ACC2001 – College Accounting | 3 Semester Credits
This course covers accounting concepts and procedures with an emphasis on the use of financial statements. Applications for accounting in personal and organizational decision making are explored to aid the student in understanding accounting methods in business. (48 Didactic Hours)
MGT1001 – Business Ethics | 3 Semester Credits
This course is a systematic investigation of both general ethical theory and specific business practices. Case studies are examined from a philosophical point of view to evaluate certain business practices. Course emphasizes the relationship between managerial decisions and ethics. Prerequisite: MGT 3193 (48 Didactic Hours)
BIM1001 – Computer Proficiency | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an introduction to descriptive methods, probability, sampling, estimation and testing, regression and correlation, and analysis of variance. It is designed to develop an understanding of the types of skills needed to succeed in business. Prerequisite: MAT1001 or Equivalent (48 Didactic Hours)
BUS2001 – Elementary Statistics for Business | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an introduction to descriptive methods, probability, sampling, estimation and testing, regression and correlation, and analysis of variance. It is designed to develop an understanding of the types of skills needed to succeed in business. (48 Didactic Hours)
QCM2001 Philosophy of Quality Management | 4 Semester Credits
Students will utilize their previously acquired knowledge of precision measuring equipment to conduct a Statistical Process Control (SPC) laboratory designed to gather data throughout all QCM classes which will be synthesized and interpreted in the QCM2003 class. This data will be used to demonstrate the capabilities of database management. Included will be hands-on initial, periodic and final inspection process; incident, maintenance, and accident reporting. (61.75 Didactic, 61.75 Lab Hrs.) COURSE PREREQUISITES: All NDT classes or permission of the Department Head.
QCM2002 ISO 9000 and Total Quality | 4 Semester Credits
Introduction to other industry auditing practices and organizations will also be included. Students will continue to utilize their previously acquired knowledge of precision measuring equipment to continue gathering data for the Statistical Process Control (SPC) laboratory designed to gather data which will be synthesized and interpreted in the QCM2003 class. This data will be used to demonstrate the capabilities of database management. Included will be hands-on initial, periodic and final inspection process; incident, maintenance, and accident reporting and the documentation, and process control requirements for all these processes. Introduction to other industry auditing practices and organizations. (61.75 Didactic, 61.75 Lab Hrs.) COURSE PREREQUISITES: All NDT classes and QCM2001 classes or permission of the Department Head.
QCM2003 Total Quality Tools and Techniques | 4 Semester Credits 91
This course encompasses all the philosophy and concepts of Total Quality approach to Quality Management pulled together in a coherent format that allows the student to understand both the big picture and the specific details of achieving Organizational Excellence. Strategic Management, Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility, Quality Culture, Customer Satisfaction, Employee Empowerment, Leadership, Followership, Communication Skills and Change Management, Writing and Research are all foundational keys to a total understanding of Quality Management. This course covers the Quality Management Movement to include the great pioneers of total quality; such as Ford, Deming, Juran, Shewart, Ohno, Crosby, Toyoda, and others. Students will learn a foundational understanding of ISO 9000 and cover a comprehensive overview of the International Organization for Standardization (the history and future). Included will be an understanding and knowledge of the Quality Management System (QMS). They will learn the comprehensive history, background, purpose and the relationship of Total Quality Management (TQM), and ISO 9000 Standardization.
BUS3001 – Business Law | 3 Semester Credits
Students explore the law as applied to a person, a citizen, and to a businessperson. Students develop critical thinking skills enabling them to make intelligent decisions. This course aids in understanding the interrelationship of law and life and how the law may be applied to solve basic questions in business. (48 Didactic Hours)
MGT3001 – Fundamentals of Management | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an Introduction to management principles and techniques with a view toward developing essential skills in the field. Both the history of management and contemporary issues will be discussed. It prepares student for further studies in management. (48 Didactic Hours)
BUS3002 – Business Communications | 3 Semester Credits
This course is a survey of day-to-day written communication in business. It provides students with intensive practice in letter, memo, and resume writing. Business Communications is primarily for the student interested in acquiring knowledge necessary for employment in the business field. (48 Didactic Hours)
MKT3001 – Introduction to Marketing | 3 Semester Credits
This course is a managerial approach to the methods and practices of marketing. Subjects will include consumer behavior, product strategy, social responsibility in marketing, and managing return on marketing. The student will explore new marketing technologies in the digital age and marketing in a global economy. Prerequisite: BUS1001(48 Didactic Hours)
FIN3001 – Financial Management | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an introductory course in financial administration of the firm. Topics include short-term and long-term sources of funds, allocation of funds, capital policy, capital budgeting, and cost of capital. Prerequisite: Prerequisite: BUS1001(48 Didactic Hours)
MGT4001 – Human Resource Management | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an introduction to the field of human resources; recruitment, training, utilization, and evaluation of these resources within the company and throughout the economy. Topics include staffing, human resource development, compensation, legal considerations, and labor relations. (48 Didactic Hours)
MGT4002 – Management Information Systems | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an overview of current principles and practices in the management of business information systems. The value of information, databases, building and managing information systems, the impact of information systems, and computer ethics are discussed. Methods of application in business are examined. (48 Didactic Hours)
MGT4003 – International Business Practices | 3 Semester Credits
An in-depth study of managerial practices needed for business in today’s global marketplace. Subject areas include managerial theory and several special topics including a global perspective on management in the world economy. Case studies illustrating managerial problems and solutions are widely used. (48 Didactic Hours)
MGT4004 – Business Strategies | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an in-depth study of strategic business planning and development. It is designed as a culmination of previous courses in the management program. Students use the business strategy process to develop and run a business simulation for a small corporation in the technology industry. Subject areas include principles of technology maintenance, technical operations, planning, safety and liability. (48 Didactic Hours)
MGT4005 – Research in Technology Management | 4 Semester Credits
Students select a research topic related to technical management practices and prepare a research paper to be presented in class. Emphasis is on current, relevant problems in planning, implementing, or managing various operations in the technology industry. The instructor must approve the topic. (64 Didactic Hours)

General Education & Other

MAT1001 – College Mathematics | 4 Semester Credits
In this course, the student will study the concepts of mathematics which will include fractions, decimals, ratios and proportions, percentages, sign numbers, transforming formulas, powers and roots, basic geometry, number bases, scientific notation, basic trig functions, and basic vectors. This course also meets the requirements for FAR Part 147 Prerequisite: None (58 Didactic Hours, 7 Lab Hours)
PHY1001 – College Physics | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an introductory course covering the principles of physics. Topics include simple mechanics, aerodynamics, fluids dynamics, atmospheric properties, matter, work, power, energy, motion, heat and temperature and sound. Laboratory work is included. This course also meets the requirements for FAR Part 147. Prerequisite: None (40 Didactic Hours, 18.5 Lab Hours)
ENG1001 – English Composition | 3 Semester Credits
This course is a practical expository writing experience in standard usage and essential writing skills. Emphasis is given to the development of the basic sentence, paragraph and essay. Prerequisite: None (48 Didactic Hours)
HIS1001 – American History: 1865 to Present | 3 Semester Credits
Students trace the economic, political, social, and intellectual development that shaped modern America. They investigate in detail the impact of industrialization in shaping the emerging nation. Prerequisite: None (48 Didactic Hours)
SOC1001 – Modern Sociology | 3 Semester Credits
This course is a study of the role society plays in the lives of individuals and groups. The increased diversity in an ever-shrinking world requires students to acquire a better understanding of the social and cultural factors that will influence their future lives and careers. Prerequisite: None (48 Didactic Hours)
SPH2001 – Fundamentals of Public Speaking (Speech) | 3 Semester Credits
This is an introductory course in oral communication emphasizing effective listening, group discussion and group problem-solving techniques, organizational skills, use of evidence and persuasion, and effective delivery techniques. Prerequisite: None (48 Didactic Hours)
ENG2001 English Composition II – Technical Writing | 3 Semester Credits AMT AAS Only
This course is a practical writing experience employing standard usage and essential writing skills. It prepares students to design effective technical documents for both written and digital media, with emphasis on technical memos, reports, organizational product- support, and technical-information webs. To support these writing tasks, the course provides an introduction to principles of audience analysis, research and documentation, drafting and revision processes, readability and accessibility of written texts. Prerequisite: ENG1001 (48 Didactic Hours)
CAR2001 – Career Exploration | 1 Semester Credit
This course is designed to help pending graduates develop an effective approach to the job search process as they approach graduation. The course emphasizes the understanding of industry expectations and job trends, assessing and developing skills for the workplace, developing a professional portfolio with cover letters and resumes, projecting professionalism, and the practical applications of networking. This course also helps develop self-promotion strategies, successful interviewing, salary negotiations, and overcoming rejection. Prerequisite: None (24 Didactic Hours)
PSY2001 – Psychology | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an introduction to the field of social science and applications of the science of psychology. History and methodologies of psychology are explored, with particular attention devoted to human diversity and the role it plays in this discipline. (48 Didactic Hours)
ECN2001 – Introduction to Economics | 3 Semester Credits
Students are taught an integrated approach to macroeconomics and microeconomics designed to give a comprehensive view of economics and its place in today’s world. Fundamental economic concepts such as cost and benefit, supply and demand, trade, and economic systems are discussed. (48 Didactic Hours)
HIS2001 – Aviation History | 3 Semester Credits
This course is a comprehensive study of aviation history from its early development to the present. Focus will be on significant events, personalities, and aircraft that have influenced the development of both civilian and military aviation. (48 Didactic Hours)

Bachelor’s Degree Courses – General Education

Credits Degree Program
ENG 1001 English Composition 3 Required
SPH 2001 Fundamentals of Speech 3 Required
ENG 2001 English Composition II – Technical Writing 3 Required
SOC 1001 Modern Sociology 3 Required
PSY 2001 Psychology 3 Required
ECN 2001 Introduction to Economics 3 Required
HIS1001 American History: 1865 – Present 3 Required
HIS 2001 Aviation History 3 Required
MAT 1001 College Mathematics 4 Required
PHY 1001 College Physics 3 Required

Bachelor’s Degree Courses – Technical (Core)

Credits Degree Program
BUS 1001 Introduction to Business 3 Required
ACC 2001 College Accounting 3 Required
MGT 1001 Business Ethics 3 Required
BIM 1001 Computer Proficiency 3 Required
BUS 2001 Elementary Statistics for Business 3 Required
QCM 2001 Philosophy of Quality Management 4 Required
QCM 2002 ISO 9000 and Total Quality Management 4 Required
QCM 2003 Total Quality Tools and Techniques 4 Required
BUS 3001 Business Law 3 Required
MGT 3001 Fundamentals of Management 3 Required
BUS 3002 Business Communication 3 Required
MKT 3001 Introduction to Marketing 3 Required
FIN 3001 Financial Management 3 Required
MGT 4001 Human Resource Management 3 Required
MGT 4002 Management Information Systems 3 Required
MGT 4003 International Business Practices 3 Required
MGT 4004 Business Strategies 3 Required
MGT 4005 Research in Technology Management 4 Required