Bachelor's degree and above
Method of Delivery
Hybrid or blended
Daytime Hours, Evening Hours
Instructional Program (CIP)
For the working adults who have some college, military, and/or work experience, the Bachelor of Science degree program in Applied Technology is a unique degree program designed to meet their educational and career needs. The goal of the Applied Technology program is to recognize student prior learning and experience, and build upon that learning through a general education foundation along with technology course requirements for careers in business and technology. Accordingly, it not only incorporates the detailed skills and knowledge needed to work in the present-day technology environment, but also stresses fundamental concepts in multiple pathways to embrace changes in technology throughout the workforce. Included in the curriculum are courses that examine information assurance, process management, information systems, multimedia production, software applications, language, design, and internship/co-op opportunities.
The Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology (BAT) program is a flexible STEM baccalaureate degree offering a broad technology base, designed for students who want to develop through selected technology pathways and/or in combination with multiple disciplines. This degree provides students with foundation skills in technology including exposure to information assurance, process management, information systems, multimedia production, software applications, technology language, design, and maker. Students in the Applied Technology degree will learn foundation skills in technology with flexibility to customize additional course requirements based on pathways of individual interests and career needs. This provides students with technical skills in combination with the broad education necessary to compete for jobs in today’s knowledge economy. Potential career paths are: Computer User Support Specialists, Computer Operations, Computer Systems Analyst.
The course selection for this program will be approved by the faculty Program Chair after the student completes an interview with an Academic Advisor or COEL Specialist.
Students in the Applied Technology Program (B.S.) will be able to:
• Apply workplace technology tools to develop and present communications that are coherent, unified, and focused;
• Analyze applications of emerging technologies for problem solving in chosen technical area;
• Demonstrate an understanding of how integrating technology increases effectiveness in the workplace, by employing critical thinking strategies to analyze outcomes and determine logical solutions;
• Describe and apply the ethical principles required of a technology professional;
• Research, construct and deliver professional presentations while appraising the needs of the audience;
• Research, evaluate, and ethically utilize information; and
• Write with clarity and precision using correct English grammar: mechanics and usage. Correctly and ethically exhibit competence in writing for specific purposes diverse audience, and genres.
Minimum entry level requirements- High School Diploma or GED.
Online option as well.
High School Diploma or Equivalent
WIOA Approved Program
1 - Statewide
Name of Credential
Bachelor of Science
Type of financial aid offered or have access to
See website for all refund policies-
Is the proposed curriculum currently certified by an accrediting agency or similar national standardization program?
Yes - Middle States Commission
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for women?
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for men?
$800.00 per term
$100.00 at conclusion of program
$3,948.00 per term-12 credits
$35.00 application fee, per application at the university
$3,948.00 per term-12 credits
$25.00 each semester
Total In-State Program Cost
Total Out-of-State Program Cost