Bachelor of Science in Technical Resource Management
Prepares individuals to manage and direct the technical functions within a work center, organization, or stand-alone business; particularly the technical aspects related to the development of personnel, quality, and productivity. This degree includes instruction in the principles of applied general management, managing quality, project management, equipment reliability, process capabilities, workforce legal and labor relations and supervision, strategic planning, applied statistical processes, and fiscal management and inventory control cost assessments.
Minimum GPA 2.5/4.0
Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) or 43 hours of formal technical training and/or work experience, including approved apprenticeship programs.
Students may transfer up to 84 hours. Transfer courses are generally only applicable to the University Core Curriculum (general education) and Career Electives components of the degree requirements. Students are encouraged to request a preliminary evaluation prior to submitting an application.