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    Midland College
   
 
  Sep 21, 2017
 
 
    
2011-2012 Catalog & Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Upper-Level Degrees



Bachelor of Applied Technology in Organizational Management

Midland College offers a four-year degree, a Bachelor of Applied Technology in Organizational Management.

The bachelor degree serves professionals with Associates of Applied Science degrees and is designed to broaden career opportunities by providing the core courses and managerial training to help technical specialists advance into management positions.

The program provides a career ladder for students who have already completed their Associates of Applied Science, or extensive coursework in a career/technical field.

Overall objectives include:

  1. The development of leaders who can identify opportunities, demonstrate the ability to embrace change, take the initiative to apply new technologies and the courage to empower others in the enterprise to achieve greater positive results.
  2. The preparation of students for success in positions such as technology project managers, new business entrepreneurs, customer service managers, and to take other roles in small to midsize companies that require a cross-functional understanding of business operations in a complex and challenging global economy.

Upper division management course work focuses our students’ perspective of operations, decision-making, and requires an understanding of different facets of an enterprise operation. In addition to the common body of knowledge in management, students will be introduced to information technology in enterprise management, organizational design and management, leadership, fiscal and ethical aspects of management, human resource management, and the emerging technologies required to manage in a competitive business environment.

Who to Contact:

Julia Vickery — 685-4704
 Student Development Coordinator

 Gavin Frantz — 685-4657
Dean of Business Studies 
    

Midland College's University Center

Midland College provides opportunities to earn upper-level degrees without leaving Midland. Or, students can have a seamless transfer to a partner university.

For further information regarding the University Center, please contact the Office of the Associate Vice President of Instruction - Transfer Studies,

Dr. Stan Jacobs, at (432) 685-6829.

Bachelor Program

Midland College Business Studies Division

Bachelor of Applied Technology in Organizational Management

For more information, contact Julia Vickery at (432) 685-4704

Bachelor & Master Programs

Sul Ross State University

Bachelor of Science in Biology
Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management
Bachelor of Science in Earth Science

Contact Lady Jena Carey at (432) 685-6454

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Master of Physician Assistant Studies

A separate application is required.

Contact Ms. Debbie Christensen at (432) 620-9905

The University of Texas of the Permian Basin

Bachelor of Arts in Child and Family Studies
Bachelor of Arts in English
Bachelor of Arts in History
Bachelor of Arts in Humanities
Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
EC-Grade 4 Teacher Certification
Grades 8-12 Teacher Certification

Contact Mr. Hector Govea at (432) 552-2635

Western Governors University

Over 50 Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree programs in:

Business
Health Professions
Information Technology
Teachers College

For more information about WGU’s degrees Contact Mr. Bob Rustad at (239) 980-2263

www.wgu.edu/transferstudent

 All University Center books are available at the Midland College Bookstore.  

Transfer Programs

Midland College partners with area universities to provide special transfer opportunities just for Midland College students. These transfer agreements are designed to provide a seamless transfer to those institutions.

Angelo State University’s Access ASU Program
Texas Tech University’s Pathways Program
University of Texas of the Permian Basin’s Direct Connect Program
UT Dallas Comet Connection Program

For information on these partner programs, contact Dr. Ryan Gibbs at (432) 685-5502.

Course Transfer Guide

Midland College   Angelo State University     Howard Payne University    Lubbock Christian University    Sul Ross State University    Texas A&M University    Texas Tech University    University of Texas of the Permian Basin    University of Texas at Austin  
ACCT 2401  ACC 2301  ACC 2311 ACC 2301 ACC 2330 ACCT 229 ACCT 2300 ACCT 2301 ACC 311
ACCT 2402  ACC 2302 ACC 2321 ACC 2302 ACC 2331 ACCT 230 ACCT 2301 ACCT 2302 ACC 312
ARTS 1301  ART 1301 ART 1361   ART 1301   ART 1309 ARTS 1301 ARH 301
ARTS 1303  ART 2301   ART 2309   ARTS 149 ART 1310   ARH 302
ARTS 1304  ART 2302       ARTS 150 ART 2311   ARH 303
BIOL 1406  BIO 1480 BIO 1459     BIOL 111 & 123 BIOL 1403 BIOL 1306/1106  
BIOL 1407  BIO elective BIO 1469     BIOL 112 & 124 BIOL 1404 BIOL 1307/1107  
BIOL 1408    BIO 1409 BIO 1401          
BIOL 2401  BIO 2423 & 2424 BIO 2489 BIO 2401 BIO 2404   ZOOL 2403   BIO 416K
BIOL 2402  BIO 2423 & 2424 BIO 2499 BIO 2402 BIO 2405   ZOOL 2404   BIO 416L
BIOL 2421        BIO 2406        
BUSI 1301    BUS 1311 BUA 1300   MGMT 105      
BUSI 2301      BUSI 4301   MGMT 212      
CHEM 1411  CHEM 1411 CHE 1479 CHE 1107/1307 CHEM 1401 CHEM 101/Lab CHEM
1307/1107
CHEM 1311 &
1111
CH 301 & 204A
CHEM 1412  CHEM 1412 CHE 1489 CHE 1108/1308 CHEM 1402 CHEM 102/Lab CHEM
1308/1108
CHEM 1312 & 1112 CH 302 & 204B
CHEM 2423  CHEM 2153 & 2353 CHE 2331/2139   CHEM 2401 CHEM 227 & 237     CH 310M &
110K
CHEM 2425    CHE 2341/2149     CHEM 228 & 238      
COMM 1307  JOUR 2305 RTV 1311     JOUR 102 MCOM 1300 COMM 1307 RTF 305
COMM 2311    DRL 2312     JOUR 203 JOUR 2310 COMM 2311 J 315
COMM 2327                 
CRIJ 1301  CRIJ 1301 CRJ 1310   CJ 1301     CRIM 2336  
CRIJ 1307    CRJ 1320   CJ 1305        
DRAM 1310  DRAM 1311 THR 1311 THA 1361   THAR 101 THA 2303   TD 301
DRAM 1351  DRAM 1321 THR 2371 THA 2302 THEA 1301 THAR 110 THA 2302 DRAM 2302 TD 313C
ECON 2301  ECO 2301 ECO 2321 ECO 2301 ECO 2305 ECON 203 ECO 2302 ECON 2301 ECO 304L
ECON 2302  ECO 2302 ECO 2311 ECO 2302 ECO 2300 ECON 202 ECO 2301 ECON 2302 ECO 304K
ENGL 1301  ENGL 1301 ENG 1311 ENGL 1301 ENG 1301 ENGL 104 ENGL 1301 ENGL 1301 RHE 306
ENGL 1302  ENGL 1302 ENG 1312 ENGL 1302 ENG 1302 ENGL 203 ENGL 1302 ENGL 1302 RHE 309K
ENGL 2322  ENG LIT   ENG 4315   ENGL 231 ENGL LIT ENGL 2322 E316K
ENGL 2323  ENG LIT   ENG 4323   ENGL 232 ENGL LIT ENGL 2323 E316K
ENGL 2326  ENG LIT ENG 2373       ENGL LIT   E316K
ENGL 2327  ENG 2324   ENG 3313   ENGL 227 ENGL LIT ENGL 2327 E316K
ENGL 2328  ENG LIT   ENG 3315   ENGL 228 ENGL LIT ENGL 2328 E316K
ENGL 2331  ENG 2325 ENG 2353 ENG 2301     ENGL LIT   E316K
ENGL 2332  ENG LIT     ENG 2302 ENGL 221 ENGL LIT   E316K
ENGL 2333  ENG LIT     ENG 2303 ENGL 222 ENGL LIT   E316K
FREN 1411  FREN 1301 FRE 1411   FREN 1401 FREN 101 FREN 1501   FR 506
FREN 1412  FREN 1302 FRE 1412   FREN 1402 FREN 102 FREN 1502   FR 507
GEOG 1301                 
GEOG 1303    GEG 2310   GEOG 1302 GEOG 202     GRG 305
GEOL 1403  GEOL 1401 GEO 1419   GEOL 1401 GEOL 101 GEOL 1303 GEOL
1301/1101
GEO 401
GEOL 1404  GEOL 1402 GEO 1429   GEOL 1402 GEOL 106 GEOL 1304 GEOL
1302/1102
GEO 405
GOVT 2301  GOVT 2301 *POS 2311 POS 2301 *PS 2305 *POLS 206 POLS 1301 *PLSC 2305 GOV 310L
GOVT 2302  GOVT 2302 *POS 2321 POS 2302 *PS 2306 *POLS 207 POLS 2302 *PLSC 2306 GOV 312L
HIST 1301  HIST 1301 HIS 1310 HIST 2301 HIST 1301 HIST 105 HIST 2300 HIST 1301 HIS 315K
HIST 1302  HIST 1302 HIS 1320 HIST 2302 HIST 1302 HIST 106 HIST 2301 HIST 1302 HIS 315L
HIST 2301          HIST 226      
HIST 2321        HIST 2301 HIST 103 HIST 2322 HIST 2321  
HIST 2322        HIST 2302 HIST 104 HIST 2323 HIST 2322  
MATH 1314  MATH 1302 MAT 1351 MAT 1311 MATH 1315 MATH 102 MATH 1320 MATH 1314 M 301
MATH 1316  MATH 1303   MAT 1312 MATH 1316 MATH 103 MATH 1321   M 304E
MATH 1324  MATH 1311   MAT 1315   MATH 141 MATH 1330 MATH 1324 M 303D
MATH 1325  MATH 1312   MAT 1316 MATH 1325 MATH 142 MATH 1331 MATH 1325 M 303K
MATH 1342  MATH elective   BUA 2310 MATH 1342 STAT 201 MATH 2300   M 316
MATH 1348 MATH 1321         MATH 1350   M305G
MATH 1350  MATH 1341 MAT 1371       MATH 2370   M 316K
MATH 2412  MATH 1367 MAT 1381 MAT 1313   MATH 150 MATH 1550 MATH 2412 M 405G
MATH 2413  MATH 2331 MAT 2351 MAT 1402 MATH 2413 MATH 151 MATH 1351 MATH 2413 M 408K
MATH 2414  MATH 2332 MAT 2361 MAT 1403 MATH 2414 MATH 152 MATH 1352 MATH 2414 M 408L
MATH 2415    MAT 2371 MAT 2404 MATH 2415 MATH 253 MATH 2350 MATH 2415 M 408M
MUSI 1306  MUS 1341 MUS 1353     MUSC 201 MUHL 1308 MUSI 1306 MUS 302L
MUSI 1310 MUS 1342             MUS 307
PHIL 1301  PHIL 2301 PHI 1310   PHIL 1301 PHIL 251 PHIL 2300   PHL 301
PHIL 2303  PHIL 2321 PHI 1311 ENG 3307 PHIL 1303 PHIL 240 PHIL 2310 PHIL 2303 PHL 312
PHIL 2306  2306 PHIL 2311   ENG 3304 PHIL 1302 PHIL 111 PHIL 2320   PHL 318
PHYS 1401  1401 PHYS 1421 PHY 1419 PHYS
1303/1103
PHYS 1401 PHYS 201 PHYS 1403 PHYS 1401 PHY 302K &
102M
PHYS 1402  PHYS 1422 PHY 1429 PHYS
1304/1104
PHYS 1402 PHYS 202 PHYS 1404 PHYS 1402 PHY 302L &
102N
PHYS 1415  PS 1101             PSY FLAB
PHYS 2425  PHYS 1441 PHY 2439 PHY 2301 PHYS 2401 PHYS 218 PHYS 1408 PHYS 2325 PHY 303K &
103M
PHYS 2426  PHYS 2442 PHY 2449 PHY 2302 PHYS 2402 PHYS 219 PHYS 2401 PHYS 2326 PHY 303L &
103N
PSYC 2301  PSY 2301 PSY 1311 PSY 1300 PSY 1302 PSYC 107 PSY 1300 PSYC 1301 PSY 301
PSYC 2308            PSY 2301   PSY 304
SOCI 1301  SOC 2301 SOC 1311 SOC 1300 SOC 2303 SOCI 205 SOC 1301 SOCI 1301 SOC 302
SOCI 2301    PSY 2311 SOC 2240 SOC 2305   SOC 2331    
SOCI 1306  SOCI 2303 SOC 2322 SOC 2320     SOC 1320   SOC 308
SOCW 2361 SOCI 2305 SOC 1315 SWK 2300     SW 2301 SOWK 2361 SW 310
SPAN 1411  SPAN 1301 SPA 1411 FOL 1401 SPAN 1401 SPAN 101 SPAN 1501 SPAN 1411 SPN 406
SPAN 1412  SPAN 1302 SPA 1412 FOL 1402 SPAN 1402 SPAN 102 SPAN 1502 SPAN 1412 SPN 407
SPAN 2311  SPAN
2311/2312
  FOL 2301   SPAN 201 SPAN 2301 SPAN
2311/2312
SPN 312K/312L
SPCH 1311  COMM 1351 COM 1310   COMM 1303 COM 101 COMS 1300    
SPCH 1315  COMM 2301   COM 2311   COM 203 COMS 2300 COMM 1315 CMS 305
SPCH 1318    COM 2320 COM 2313     COMS 1301 COMM 1318 CMS 315M
SPCH 1321      COM 3340       COMM 1321 CMS 306M
SPCH 1342    COM 2344            

 Note: This is not a complete listing of transferable courses.

It is also recommended that you contact your advisor to verify transferability of Midland College coursework and requirements for your major. 

*MUST TAKE BOTH SEMESTERS AT MC IN ORDER TO TRANSFER.