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Technology Development and Management

TMGT-BAS


Dr. Sharon R. Setterlind, Dean, SP (727) 341-4724
Nancy Russell, Academic Department Coordinator, SP (727) 341-4641

 

Admissions Checklist

Important Notice to Current Baccalaureate Students: To view a list of the classes you need to take before you can graduate, login to MySPC and choose My Learning Plan. Contact your advisor with any questions.


APPROVED REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH CATALOG YEAR
20141/0490 (BEGINNING 7/26/14) OR LATER
~ REFER TO CURRICULUM FILES FOR PREVIOUS CATALOG YEAR REQUIREMENTS ~


UPPER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS:
Admission requires an A.A. degree or an A.S. degree of in a technology discipline (view acceptable A.S. degrees). For A.S. degree holders, an additional 15-21 general education credits are required to complete the thirty-six (36) credit hour general education requirement of St. Petersburg College. 

Students with an A.A. Degree or unrelated A.S. degree must fulfill an additional 21 technical credits. Visit the College of Computer & Information Technology Web site for a list of approved A.S. degrees and certificates: www.spcollege.edu/ccit/

Please note that total program hours may vary. Consult the assigned baccalaureate specialist or advisor for any additional questions.

Note: 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

GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER REQUIRED IN ALL COURSES

Admissions Courses
Previously Earned AA or AS degree (minimum 60 hours)

 

Additional General Education Courses (15-21 credits)
     Enhanced World View Requirement *
     A. COMMUNICATIONS * 9
     B. HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS * 6
     C. MATHEMATICS 6
     D. NATURAL & PHYSICAL SCIENCES 6-7
     E. SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES * 6
     F. ETHICS 3
     G. COMPUTER/INFORMATION LITERACY COMPETENCY

GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER REQUIRED IN ALL COURSES

MAJOR CORE COURSES (Complete 30 credits)
BUL 3564 LEGAL ASPECTS OF MANAGING TECHNOLOGY 3
COP 3035 INTERMEDIATE COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 3
GEB 3213 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION FOR PROFESSIONAL EFFECTIVENESS 3
ISM 3232 APPLIED SYSTEMS ANALYSIS 3
ISM 4212 DATABASE DESIGN AND ADMINISTRATION 3
ISM 4301 INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN INDUSTRY 3
MAN 3303 MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP PRACTICES 3
MAN 3503 MANAGERIAL RISK ANALYSIS AND DECISION MAKING 3
MAN 4584 PROCESS IMPROVEMENT METHODOLOGIES 3
ISM 4915 SENIOR CAPSTONE PROJECT 3


GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER REQUIRED IN ALL COURSES



Select ONE of the following Subplans:

SUBPLAN CORE COURSES
SUBPLAN: DATA ANALYTICS (Complete 15 credits)

CAP 4760 INTRODUCTION TO ANALYTICS 3
ISM 4465 BUSINESS ANALYTICS 3
**ISM 4DDD      WEB ANALYTICS 3
**CTS 4450     BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND DATA MINING 3
**CAP 4577       PRINCIPLES OF DATA MINING 3

SUBPLAN CORE COURSES
SUBPLAN: INFORMATION SECURITY ASSURANCE (Complete 15 credits)
ISM 4323 SECURITY ESSENTIALS 3
ISM 4320 CORE SECURITY PRINCIPLES 3
ISM 4324 APPLICATIONS IN INFORMATION SECURITY 3
ISM 4330 INFORMATION SECURITY POLICY ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT 3
ISM 4321 STRATEGIC CYBER SECURITY ENFORCEMENT 3

SUBPLAN CORE COURSES
SUBPLAN: SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT (Complete 15 credits)
COP 4504 ADVANCED SOFTWARE PROGRAMMING 3
ISM 4GGG     SOFTWARE DESIGN METHODOLOGIES 3
CEN 4024 ADVANCED PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORKS 3
COP 4533 ALGORITHMIC DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT 3
CEN 4722 HUMAN COMPUTER INTERFACES 3

SUBPLAN CORE COURSES
SUBPLAN: PROJECT MANAGEMENT (Complete 15 credits)
MAN 4583 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3
MAN 4741 INNOVATION, CHANGE AND AGILE PROJECTS 3
MAN 4881 AUTHORITY, INFLUENCE AND PROJECTS 3
*MAN 4883      PROJECT MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION 1
*MAN 4883      PROJECT MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION
1
*MAN 4883      PROJECT MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION 1
MAN 4885 COMPLEX AND ADVANCED PROJECTS 3
TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS
120

*A range of specialization courses in project management application areas and content expertise areas will provide students with specific skills for their industry and advanced topics relating to project management practice. Students will have to select three advanced topics from a set of 4 or more offerings each year.

** Not yet submitted to C&I
 

C&I 7/12/12 ~ BOT 8/21/12; C&I 11/30/13; BOT 1/21/14