An AAS/AS degree, applied coursework or military training can serve as the base of a BST. Upon this base, a concentration is built. This concentration may include any combination of courses as long as the combination is educationally sound and has a cohesive theme supporting a career goal. The concentration must include at least 30 credits, including at least 18 upper-level credits.
The provided sample concentration models are starting points to help you think about possible concentrations for the Bachelor of Science in Technology. A concentration can include any combination of courses that fit together into an academically logical pattern that supports a defined educational/career goal. An academic advisor will work with you to develop a proposal that will then be reviewed by department chair and college dean. Approval will be based on the relationship of the proposed concentration to your educational/career objective.