B.T. in Applied Technology
The Bachelor of Technology in Applied Technology program consists of 43 hours in general education, 30 hours (minimum) in a technical specialty, 40 hours in the professional program core, and 7 hours of electives.
R. Curtis Sparling, Assistant Professor
“Computer and information technology is one of the fastest growing fields in the nation. The Department of Labor anticipates nearly half a million new jobs by 2024, which is faster than the average for all other occupations, and we are uniquely qualified to prepare students to work within this field. All of our faculty have prior experience in the subject they’re teaching and remain current with emerging technologies. As many of our students work full-time, they appreciate the flexibility our technology classes offer both on campus and online. At RSU, we truly value real-world experience and practical application of this growing field of study.
Student Learning Outcomes:
- Students will demonstrate competence in oral, written, and technology-based communication methodologies, which are heavily used in current business environments.
- Students will demonstrate an understanding of management principles and marketing principles.
- Students will demonstrate an understanding of how to manage risk in current and future business environments.
Department Mission: The mission of the Department of Applied Technology is to support the School of Business and Technology and RSU in their mission to prepare students to achieve professional and personal goals in dynamic local and global communities.
Degree Program Mission: The Bachelor of Technology in Applied Technology is designed to provide educational opportunities for individuals who possess an Associate in Applied Science degree or equivalent and need additional education in order to perform job requirements or to advance their professional careers.